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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