In 1859, the British authorities carried out a limited land reform in India. Taxes were streamlined, part of the peasants received the right to permanently lease and dispose of land. Soon the Sipai army was reorganized and the half-defeated Sipai army, in which there were many more English soldiers and officers. In India, the construction of railways began, and by the end of the 19th century. their total length exceeded 30 thousand kilometers. But the peasantry, that is, the majority of the country’s population, continued to grow poor. Hunger, poverty, outbreaks of various epidemics have become permanent, in the XX century. India entered a backward agrarian country with a slowly developing industry. India’s national wealth was still pumped to Great Britain, only a small part of it remained in the country.
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