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The Trial of Mangal Pandey

Leela Sarup (Author)
Synopsis The Trial of Mangal Pandey: State Papers presents the official records of the trial that culminated in the death sentence of Mangal Pandey, hailed by some as the one who initiated India’s First War of Independence in 1857, and dismissed by others as a disgruntled sepoy, who under the influence of bhang, defied the writ of the British.
The trial records throw fresh light on Mangal Pandey’s role in the First War of Independence in 1857, leaving the responsibility of discerning an accident from a deliberate act of rebellion solely with the reader.
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About the author

Leela Sarup

Leela Sarup, née Gujadhur, the presenter was born in Calcutta, India. Initially educated in Mauritius, she returned to India to complete her studies. With her keen interest in History, Leela Sarup has compiled the Colonial Emigrants Acts (1932-1983) on Indentured Labour, and is now in the process of completing various writing projects amongst which is the Narratives of the Sepoy Mutiny of India.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Trial of Mangal Pandey
Author Leela Sarup
Format Softcover
Date published: 29.06.2008
Edition Ist ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788189738235
length 268p., 12 Plates; 24cm.
Subjects History