How did British rule lead to growing Indian nationalism?

1 Answer
Feb 14, 2016

A factor of Indian nationalism is the Sepoy rebellion.


Sepoy Rebellion is when Indian soldiers rebelled against the British because the rifles' bullets were made from pig and cow fat. That time, the religion in India is commonly Hinduism where cows are sacred and Islam where pigs are sacred. So the Muslim and Hindu Indians united to rebel against the British.

Apologies for lack of info as it is from my notes of AP