Britain Rule in India
By - Tyler Dunn
British Rule Was Helpful Because...
To me the British Rule on India was helpful because it brought major benefits to India and also helped India when they were fighting each other. Britain made India a Better country because...
Rail and paved roads helped India because it helped them transport goods faster which means more money for India. That extra money could be use to pay their taxes to Britain and they would be more rich and that is why British helped by building the rail and paved roads in India. Rail and paved roads helped also by making transportation faster so people in India could get to places faster.
Source - DBQ questions
This is slavery, slavery is a terrible thing that happened. Britain stopped slavery in India which I think made India a better country with more free men and women in India. Britain stopped this horrible thing in India which made it a better country. India freed and saved lives of a thousand men and women.
Source - DBQ questions.
Britain brought an industrial amazement to India and India's factories. This means more money for India and Britain which made India's men and women more wealthy and that helped them. This also helped India in the long run by bringing more factories and this set a good idea for India in the long run.
Source- DBQ questions
BUT WHAT WAS BAD FOR INDIA!
In the DBQ Gandhi wrote that Britain wouldn't let India do anything in their own government. If India was so great under Britain or in "the long run" then why would India have no ability to be in their own government.
Source - DBQ question document 7.
Also if Britain was so great why would they forbid India do their own religious practices such as sati.
But Again They Were Good for India...
Britain didn't let India be in their government because their might be a revolution if Britain let India run themselves and India might not pay taxes so thats a rebellion and then Britain will lose money. The prevented sati to save lives and britain probity saved a thousand lives preventing sati.