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2015-06-24T16:19:07+05:30
Interpretations differ in history as individuals and groups interpret events differently. For example, the British wanted to downplay the popular nature of the revolt of 1857. So they termed it a 'sepoy mutiny', thereby implying that only some sepoys of the English East India company revolted on the issue of greased cartridges. The masses , they say , were left untouched by this sequence of events . Indian historians , however, treat it differently . contemporary records also support them. They tell us that the common people played vital part in event and the real reasons for this uprising was the exploitative nature of British rule
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