Explain the Rise of Nationalism, with reference to the great uprising 1857

QUESTION: The great rising of 1857 was an important event that produced far-reaching results. Explain the Rise of Nationalism, with reference to the great uprising 1857

ANSWER: The sacrifices of the great Indian leaders during the revolt gave birth to a nationalistic movement in India. Nana Sahib, Laxmi Bai, Bahadur Shah became national celebrity. The revolt soon became a challenge to the mighty British empire and the memory of it caused greater damage to the British rule in India than the revolt itself.


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