The coinage 'revolt' always comes to one's mind associated with insurgencies, unrests, reckless crusades, surreptitious endeavours or just revolting in a rebellious note. And revolts in India are something that every Indian is absolutely acquainted with. It is universally recognised that since ancient Indian times, the country had stayed a mute witness to umpteen and uncountable revolts and invasions, post the Indus Valley Civilization. The Ancient Age or the Stone Age was one that had paved way for western and Persian civilisations to establish their sight upon India, laden with mysterious gifts and fineries, mysticisms, prowess and everything occult. This very tempting theory was carried on to Aryan invasion into India that had paved way for significant succession of Indian humanity to evolve still to this date. The Middle Ages, with the advent of Islamic rule with the Slave Dynasty, the Tughlaqs or the Lodis, culminated with Mughal rule establishment in India, once more profoundly altering the course of residing natives and its society. As such, Indian revolts was not much thing of innovation or awe, with every ruler and their subjects preparing themselves against sudden attacks and incursions, some with triumphant end-results, some the contrary, Yet, as is presently and truly accepted of what is termed as 'revolts in India', was horrifically ushered in by the British Empire during their early advent by sea during mid-1600s, the intention of whom had changed massively with time. The trade-makers had gradually and cleverly grounded themselves as nepotist rulers and colonialists, with the rulers turning into the ruled.

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Indian revolts possess historical lineage of being bloody and gory, almost every time won by native armies.
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