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2021, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Moral and economic bases for the legitimacy of British Raj in colonial India (1757-1858): An overview


Author(s): Harish Kumar

Abstract: In the present Research Paper I Attempt to focus upon the colonial policies and programmes which were responsible for the establishment of a moral and economic base to British Raj in India. I am discussing the tools, techniques and policies and programmes and their implementation and validation in India. From Placecy to Regulating act and from Regulating act to Victoria declaration I am evaluating how the East India company became a colonial power. I also discussed the Role of Executive, legislation, Judiciary, Role of patterns of Colonialism and Role of western Orientalist school who established the theory of Whitemen's burden and Provide a moral base to the India as a Backward country and India society was a closed and not changing society.

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Harish Kumar. Moral and economic bases for the legitimacy of British Raj in colonial India (1757-1858): An overview. Int J Hist 2021;3(1):24-27.
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