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    available and largely consumed during the British rule, to make him sleep. “Opium and its derivatives, as the most effective pain relievers then available, were socially acceptable in the earlier 19th century.” (Forster. Mangal Pandey: drug-crazed Fanatic Or canny revolutionary? University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Pg. 18). Paul Winther has written, “an important factor for the indifference [to anti opium-trade arguments] was massive opium consumption in the British Isles. There was no stigma associated with the habit so there was no problem linked to consumption elsewhere in the world.” In the later scenes in the film, the woman is shown being beaten up by her husband for arguing with him and coming back…

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    instead lacking a place within a culture. However, this still compares to Alsana, in her similar phase, as she struggles to find her place within Britain and Bengal. While the female characters struggle to find a secure place within one culture or another, the male characters fight to maintain their place and determine themselves a member of a certain culture. Samad and Millat are the most notable male characters that exemplify this characteristic. Samads greatest tie to his roots is the story…

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    It at that point emitted into different uprisings and non-military personnel uprisings mainly in the upper Gangetic plain and focal India, however episodes of revolt additionally happened more remote north and east. The resistance represented an impressive danger to British power in that locale and was contained just with the dissidents' thrashing in Gwalior on 20 June 1858. On 1 November 1858, the British conceded acquittal to all dissidents not associated with a kill, however, they didn't…

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    religious beliefs, women were emancipated, and a bill removed the legal obstacles for widows wishing to remarry. The people in India believed that the British wanted to take down the caste system. All of this angered the people and led to the rebellion. Because the Indians were only organized in the Bengal army, the rebellion broke out there. It was because the British got new rifles called Enfield rifles. These rifles had cartridges that had to have the tips bitten off before firing. A rumor…

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    In Westerners, the lateral occipital complex remained active whereas in East Asians, it responded minimally. According to Professor Park, East Asian cultures are more interdependent, thus individuals focus more on the environment, whereas Western cultures tend to be independent and self focused, thus individuals focus on central objects. The conclusion showed that culture can alter and influence our brain’s perceptive mechanism (perception). On the other hand, an individual may develop an…

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