SSC History Sample Paper NCERT Sample Paper-5

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    Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the code given below the lists:
    List- I (Rebellion/Uprising) List- II (Leader/Leaders)
    A. Cutch rebellion 1. Chittur Singh
    B. Khasi uprising 2. Kanhu and Sidhu
    C. Ramosi uprising 3. Rao Bharmal
    D. Santal uprising 4. Tirat Singh

    A)  A\[\to \]2, B\[\to \]1, c\[\to \]4, D\[\to \]3

    B)  A\[\to \]2, B\[\to \]4, C\[\to \]1, D\[\to \]3

    C)  A\[\to \]3, B\[\to \]1, C\[\to \]4, D\[\to \]2

    D)  A\[\to \]3, B\[\to \]4, C\[\to \]1, D\[\to \]2

    Correct Answer: D

    Solution :

    [d] CUTCH REBELLION: The British interfered in the internal feuds of the Cutch and, in 1819, defeated and deposed the Cutch ruler Rao Bharamal in favour of his infant. A British resident governed the areas as the de facto ruler with the help of a regency council. The administrative innovations made by the regency council coupled with excessive land assessment caused deep resentment. KHASI UPRISING: After having occupied the hilly region between Garo and Jaintia Hills, the East India Company wanted to build a road linking the Brahmaputra Valley with Sylhet. For this, a large number of outsiders including Englishmen, Bengalis and the labourers from the plains were brought to these regions. The Khasis, Garos. Khamptis and the Singhpos organized themselves under Tirath singh to drive away the strangers from the plains. The uprising developed into a popular revolt British rule in the area. By 1833, the superior English military force had suppressed the revolt. RAMOSI RISINGS: The Ramosis, the hill tribes of the Western ghats, had not reconciled to British rule and the British pattern of administration. They rose under Chittur Singh in 1822 and plundered the country around Satara. Again, there were eruptions in 1825-26 and the disturbances continued till 1829. The disturbance occurred again in 1839 over deposition and banishment of Raja Pratap Singh of Satara, and disturbances erupted in 1840-41 also. Finally, a superior British force restored order in the area. SANTAL UPRISING: The Santhal rebellion (sometimes referred to as the Sonthal rebellion), commonly known as Santal Hool, was a native rebellion in present day Jharkhand, in eastern India against both the British colonial authority and upper caste zamindari system by the Santal people. It started on June 30, 1855. The rebellion was led by the four Murmu Brothers - Seedo, Kanhu, Chand and Bhairav.

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