Modern History Simplified: Kutch Revolt (1816-1832)

Kutch Revolt
  1. There was a treaty between the British and Maharaja Bharamal II of Kutch in 1816. The administrative innovations made by the British Resident with excessive land assessment caused deep resentment. 
  2. Also, the British interfered in the internal feuds of the Kutch
  3. In 1819, Raja Bharmal II raised Arab and African troops with the firm intention of removing the British from his territory.
  4. After extensive military operations failed to control the situation, the Company’s authorities were compelled to follow a conciliatory policy.

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