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When did the Indian Mutiny end?
Last Updated: 17th June, 2020
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In this way, how did the mutiny end?
The mutiny broke out in the Bengal army because it was only in the military sphere that Indians were organized. The pretext for revolt was the introduction of the new Enfield rifle. To load it, the sepoys had to bite off the ends of lubricated cartridges.
Likewise, when did the Indian mutiny began? May 10, 1857
Subsequently, question is, what happened after the Indian Mutiny?
After the outbreak of the mutiny in Meerut, the rebels quickly reached Delhi, whose 81-year-old Mughal ruler, Bahadur Shah Zafar, was declared the Emperor of Hindustan. Soon, the rebels had captured large tracts of the North-Western Provinces and Awadh (Oudh). The East India Company's response came rapidly as well.
Why did the Indian Mutiny fail?
Reasons for the Failure of the India's Revolt of 1857 are: There was no cooperation from Educated class. It was extremely localized in nature. The localized nature of the revolt help the British to tackle the rebellion one at a time. Premature outbreak of the Revolt before the fixed date.