Britain's control of India

Britain's control of India
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  • The people of India are family and community based people. They held many celebrations. Women had few rights in their culture, unlike the men.
  • Nearly 80% of Indians practice Hinduism
  • The British wanted their land and resources
  • The British were able to take control of India mainly because India was not united.
  • The British signed treaties and made military and trading alliances with many of the independent states that made up India.
  • They often left the local princes in charge of the various parts of India. They gained much from being loyal to the British.
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