Sewn perfect bound for longer life. They were executed — most shot in the head — and buried into a well on August 1, 1857. From agrarian uprisings to the jagirdari system, the Sikhs to the Zamindars, this book presents a bold new interpretation of an important transition in this period. Text is Clean and Unmarked! When Sehrawat was called in, the unscientific digging was almost over. Within three days of digging, nearly hundred human skulls, teeth and bones were exhumed. Others were taken to the Ajnala police station to be hanged, while some were forced into a dungeon. About this Item: Oxford, 1986.
Printed on acid free paper. Printed on acid free paper. We are professionally publishing these works using the classic text and artwork. About this Item: Oxford University Press, 1993. The crowd gathered around the site got emotional on seeing the mortal remains of the martyrs after 157 years.
Some edge wear to card covers and some light creasing on front cover; otherwise a solid, clean copy with no marking or underlining; collectible condition. At the time of this article going to press, the cremation was scheduled to take place on August 1. The author was Medical Officer to the Corps of Madras Sappers and Miners, and when his story begins, on 31st May 1857, he has just arrived in Bombay with 'B' Company from operations in Persia with orders to return to its own Presidency. The digging started on February 28, 2014, and went on till March 2. Some wear to edges and corners of dustjacket, edges creased and worn, Underjacket in good condition, some wear to edges and corners, Corners bumped, Top and bottom of spine bumped, Internally in good condition, pages crisp and clear. Fold-outs if any not included.
The British army was able to capture 283 sepoys, who were tied with a rope and were brought to Ajnala. From United Kingdom to U. Before beginning the work, they tried their best to involve the State and Central Governments, but their efforts were futile as no agency, including the Archaeological Survey of India showed interest. About this Item: Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin Institute, Toronto, Ontario, 1985. They were nearly all dead! Sewn perfect bound for longer life. This book is an important reading for students, scholars, and teachers of Mughal history and early modern India.
The period following the death of Aurangzeb has usually been viewed from the perspective of the decline and subsequent decay of the Mughal empire. The 282 bodies were thrown into a dry well, 100 yards from the police station. Book is in Used-Good condition. We are proud to offer numerous titles all at incredible prices with worldwide delivery to over 100 countries. Readers are encouraged to flag the comments they feel are inappropriate.
The Crisis in Punjab, Frederic Cooper, Page 177, Elder and Son, Smith, London, 1858 On July 30, nearly 500 disarmed sepoys rebelled near Ajnala. About this Item: Raj Publication, 2015. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. The well used as a mass grave has been covered by a 10- feet layer of soil. Pour continuer à magasiner sur Indigo. We are professionally publishing these works using the classic text and artwork. Pages and cover are clean and intact.
A typical punjabi is often considered as an extrovert, a social fellow who likes to eat well ,dress well and to live in chardi kala. This is an account of the operations of the British Forces under Major-General Sir Hugh Rose, from the suppression of the mutiny in Arungabad, some 180 miles east of Bombay to the capture of Gwalior from the rebels and the reinstatement of the Maharajah. Due to rain, the execution was postponed until the next morning. In 2012, the town people formed an 11-member committee of all practising Sikhs, led by trade unionist Amarjit Singh Sarkaria, to honour the martyrs by disinterring their remains from the well. The well was filled with sand. About this Item: Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India, 2001.
User Review - It clearly shows the imperial mind set. Their names having been taken down in succession, they were pinioned… and marched to execution; a firing-party being in readiness. According to Cooper, 282 captured soldiers were thrown into the well. The Punjab government flatly told Sehrawat that no money would be paid. The other, published in the 1920s, was a nationalist version, by Giani Hira Singh Dard, a respected Punjabi writer, historian and editor of the Punjabi magazine Phulwari from Amritsar.
If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume, if you wish to order a specific or all the volumes you may contact us. On August 1, 237 rebel sepoys were taken out to an open ground in front of the police station and killed in turns of 10. He secured close to over 6,000 teeth in airtight boxes. Muzaffar Alam focuses on the interplay of imperial collapse with regional restructuring. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions.
About this Item: Oxford University Press 2012-08-27, 2012. In 1957, the centenary celebrations of 1857 were observed here in the presence of the then Chief Minister Pratap Singh Kairon. Around 500 Indian soldiers of Regiment 26 of Bengal Native Infantry had fled the Mia Meer Cantonment of Lahore. The committee said the excavation work will continue on Sunday to trace remaining mortal remains of 182 human soldiers. His focus was on finding teeth of soldiers.