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History

1773-1947

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Pitt’s India Act 1784
The Rohilla war 1774
First Maratha War 1775-82
Treaty of Salbai 1782
Second Mysore war 1780-84
Asiatic society of Bengal 1784
Third Mysore War 1790-92
Treaty of Seringa-patam 1792
Cornwallis Code 1793
Permanent settlement of Bengal 1793
The Viceroy that introduced Civil Services Lord Cornwallis
Battle of Kharda between the Nizam and the Marathas 1795
Subsidiary alliance (first with the Nizam of Hyderabad) 1798
Fourth Mysore War 1799
Second Maratha War 1803-1805
Treaty of Bassein 1802
Vellore Mutiny 1806
Treaty of Amritsar with Ranjit Singh 1809
Anglo-Nepal War 1814-1816
Treaty of Sugauli 1816
Third Maratha War 1817-19
Creation of Bombay Presidency 1818
Pindari War 1817-1818
Ryotwari system 1820
Ryotwari system was introduced by Thomas Munro, Governor of Madras
First Burmese War 1824-1826
Abolition of sati and other cruel rites 1829
Suppression of Thugi 1830
Introduction of English as the official language 1835
Treaty of “Perpetual friendship” with Ranjit Singh 1831
First Afghan War 1838-1842
Death of Ranjit Singh 1839
Annexation of Sindh 1843
First Anglo-Sikh War 1845-1846
Treaty of Lahore 1846
Viceroy who abolished female infanticide and human sacrifice Lord Hardinge
Second Anglo-Sikh war 1848-1849
Annexation of Punjab 1849
Doctrine of lapse 1848
Annexation of Satara 1848
Annexation of Jaitpur and Sambhalpur 1849
Annexation of Udaipur 1852
Annexation of Jhansi 1853
Annexation of Nagpur 1854
Annexation of Awadh 1856
Charles Woods Dispatch 1854
Opening of Anglo-vernacular schools and government colleges 1854
Railway minute 1853
First railway lines in India between these two places Bombay and Thane
Telegraph and Postal reforms 1854
Ganges canal declared open in the year 1854
Establishment of separate Public Works Department(PWD) in every province 1854
Widow remarriage act 1856
Establishment of three universities at Calcutta, madras and Bombay 1857
Transfer of control from East India Company to the crown 1858
‘White mutiny’ by European troops 1859
Wahabi movement happened during 1830s to 1860s
Bhutan war 1865
Setting up of the high courts at Calcutta, Bombay and madras 1865
Opening of the Rajkot college in Kathiawar and the Mayo college at Ajmer for political training of Indian princes Lord Mayo
Viceroy who established Statistical Survey of India Lord Mayo
Kuka movement 1872
Royal Titles Act 1876
The Vernacular Press Act 1878
The Arms Act 1878
The Second Afghan War 1878-1880
Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act 1882
The first Factory Act 1881
Hunter Commission 1882
Resolution on local self-government 1882
Father of local self-government in India Lord Ripon
The Ilbert Bill controversy 1883-1884
The Third Burmese War 1885-1886
Establishment of the Indian National Congress 1885
The Mountbatten Plan June 3, 1947
June Third Plan is also known as The Mountbatten Plan
Indian Independence Bill introduced in July 18, 1947
Announcement of end of British rule in India by Clement Attlee (prime minister of England) in February 20, 1947
Elections to the Constituent Assembly, formation of Interim Government by the Congress September 1946
Direct Action Day by the Muslim League August 16, 1946
Quit India Resolution August 8, 1942
August Revolution 1942
Cripps Mission March, 1942
Escape of Subhash Chandra Bose from India 1941
Establishment of the Indian National Army 1942-1945
Indian National Army is also known by these names Azad Hind Fauj & Swatantra Bharat Sena
Headquarters of the INA Moirang, Manipur
August Offer 1940
August Offer was introduced by Viceroy Linlithgow
Lahore Resolution (demand for separate state for Muslims) March, 1940
Formation of the Forward Bloc 1939
Subhash Chandra Bose elected as the president of Congress at the fifty-first session of the Congress 1938
Resignation of the Congress ministries after the outbreak of the Second World War 1939
First general elections 1936-1937
Burma separated from India 1935
Establishment of All India Kisan Sabha in the year 1936
All India Kisan Sabha was founded by Sahajanand Saraswati
All India Kisan Sabha was formed by this party CPI
Establishment of Congress Socialist Party in the year 1934
Congress Socialist Party was founded by Acharya Narendra Dev, Jayaprakash Narayan, Ram Manohar Lohia
Launch of Individual Civil Disobedience 1933
Third Round Table Conference 1932
Poona Pact 1932
Announcement of Communal Award 1932
Second Round Table Conference 1931
Chittagong Armoury Raid 1930
Chittagong Armoury Raid was conducted by Surya Sen
Surya Sen is also known as Master Da
Indian Republican Army founded in 1930
Indian Republican Army founded by Surya Sen
First Round Table Conference 1930
Gandhi-Irwin Pact 1931
Deepavali Declaration 1929
Dandi March March 12, 1930
Purna Swaraj Resolution 1929, Lahore
Murder of Saunders, bomb blast in the Assembly Hall of Delhi, bomb accident in train in Delhi 1929
Lahore Conspiracy Case and death of Jatin Das after prolonged hunger strike 1929
Harcourt Butler Indian States Commission 1927
Nehru Report or the Nehru Constitution 1928, Lucknow
Simon Commission 1928, Constitutional Reforms
Decision to hold simultaneous examinations for the ICS both in Delhi and London 1923
Categorisation of civil services into imperial, provisional and subordinate Lord Lansdowne
Setting up of Durand Commission (To define the Durand Line between India and Afghanistan) 1893
Two British officials assassinated by Chapekar brothers 1897
Appointment of Police Commission 1902 under Sir Andrew Frazer
Appointment of Universities Commission 1902
Establishment of Department of Commerce and Industry Lord Curzon
Calcutta Corporation Act 1899
Ancient Monuments Preservation Act 1904
Partition of Bengal 1905
Curzon-Kitchener controversy Lord Curzon
Younghusband’s Mission to Tibet 1904
Anti-partition and Swadeshi Movements was popularised during Lord Minto II
Surat split 1907
Congress president during Surat Split Rash Behari Ghosh
Establishment of Muslim League 1906
Muslim League founders Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Aga Khan III, Khwaja Salimullah, Hakim Ajmal Khan
Morley Minto reforms or Indian Councils Act 1909
Nasik conspiracy 1909
Creation of Bengal Presidency 1911
Transfer of capital from Calcutta to Delhi 1911
Establishment of the Hindu Mahasabha 1915
Hindu Mahasabha founded by Madan Mohan Malaviya
Coronation durbar of King George V held in Delhi 1911
Formation of Home Rule Leagues by Annie Besant and Tilak 1916
Lucknow pact between the Congress and Muslim League 1916
Foundation of Sabarmati Ashram 1916
Montagu’s August Declaration 1917
The Rowlatt Act 1919
Jallianwalla Bagh massacre 1919
Launch of Non-Cooperation and Khilafat Movements August 1, 1920
Foundation of Women’s University at Poona 1916
Death of Tilak August 1, 1920
The first Indian to become a governor SP Sinha
Chauri Chaura incident February 5, 1922 and the subsequent withdrawal of Non-Cooperation Movement
Moplah rebellion in Kerala 1921
Repeal of the Press Act of 1910 and the Rowlatt Act of 1919 1922
Abolition of cotton excise 1926
Kakori train robbery 1925
Murder of Swami Shraddhanand 1926
Establishment of Swaraj Party 1922
Swaraj Party was founded by CR Das and Motilal Nehru
Launch of Champaran Satyagraha 1917
Indian Universities Act 1904
Saddler Commission 1917
Trial of Indian National Army at Red Fort 1945
S.C. Bose forms Provisional Government of Free India and Indian National Army in Singapore; Bengal famine. 1943-1944
WW2 Begins September 3, 1939
Death of Lala Lajpat Rai 1928
Second Anglo-Burmese War 1852
Death of Raja Rammohan Roy at Bristol, England 1833
Birth of Mahraja Ranjit Singh 1780
Founding of the Indian Museum, Calcutta 1814
MacDonnell Commission 1900, Famine
Floud Commission 1940, Tenancy in Bengal
Delhi Chalo Movement 1940
Tebagha Movement 1946-1947
Tebagha Movement started as a result of Bengal Famine
Kansari Halder, Ila Mitra are associated with this movement Tebagha Movement
Hindu Mela, National Gymnasium and National Circus was founded by Nabagopal Mitra
Chittaranjan Das is also known as Deshbandhu
Anushilan Samiti was founded by Pramathanath Mitra
Ghadar Mutiny 1915
Ghadar Mutiny was organised by Rash Behari Bose
Plot to kill Lord Hardinge by Ghadar Mutiny, Rash Behari Bose
Handed over INA to SC Bose Rash Behari Bose
Ghadar Party founded in the year 1913
Ghadar party founded by Lala Hardayal
Ghadar party was founded in the country USA
Two wings of Anushilan Samiti Dhaka Anushilan Samiti and Jugantar
Kakori Case and Chittagong Armoury Raid orchestrated by Anushilan Samiti
Munda Rebellion (Ulgulan) happened in the year 1899-1900
Birsa Munda associated with this rebellion Munda Rebellion (Ulgulan)
Theosophical Society's HQ in India Adyar, Chennai
Theosophical Society established in India in the year 1882
Santhal Rebellion happened in the year 1855
Santhal Rebellion happened here Jharkhand
Sidhu and Kanu are assocated with this rebellion Santhal Rebellion
Poona Sarvajanik Sabha was founded in 1870, MG Ranade
'Liberator of the press' Lord Metcalfe
India's first census taken in the year 1872
India's first census taken during this viceroy Lord Mayo
Deepavali Declaration was passed during the tenure of Lord Irwin
Bardouli Satyagraha took place in 1928, Gujarat
Bardouli Satyagraha was organised by Sardar Vallabhai Patel
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