British colonialism in India

Until 1813, the British East India company still followed a major ideal that did not interfere with religion, society and the cultural life of India. After 1813 the British began to take steps to change social and cultural change in this colony. Policies for social and cultural modernization India is encouraged by missionaries and in major change religious books of the British East India Company.

There are two main bases to establish: one is, the main purpose of the platform it is upholding the law, order and the sustainability of the ruler; second, the British in India are foreign powers, they are very hard to hope to receive sympathy and support from the indigenous people. Therefore, it is necessary to rely on forces standing higher than the people to maintain their control over Indian territory. We could be seen in ‘Colonialism and Its Forms of Knowledge”, The underlying implication of college data is to form these parts of the population to generate hatred among religious groups instead of focusing on British rule and the exploitation of Indian resources. It can be said that the most serious and long-term consequences of the owner colonialism in India is a conflict of religion, ethnicity, nation; is division; is decades of enmity between nations – nations on the Indian subcontinent; are the contradictions long-term conflict with neighboring countries.

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