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10 thoughts on “Besieged

  1. says:

    It s a scholar s collection of documents showcasing the lives caught up in the 1857 Soldier s Revolt against the British in Delhi It shows the order amidst the chaos of the time It s indispensable for a student or follower of the 1857 Mutiny I prefer calling it rebellion For a general reader of history Pleas


  2. says:

    The year 1857 symbolizes the year of the mutiny or the First War of Independence which witnessed armed uprising against the British with the aim to re establish the authority of a fading Mughal power over the subcontinent and its consequent failure leading to deportation of the last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar


  3. says:

    A fascinating account of life in Delhi during the peak of the 1857 Indian revolt against the British Composed of letters, telegrams and notes of the era, translated beautifully and importantly, faithfully, by the author the book provides an amazing glimpse of a city far removed and different from the one that we know today


  4. says:

    I read this book with a lot of anticipation, but I felt a bit of a let down While the commentaries themselves are very good, the writings, or the Voices themselves, if taken out of context do not reveal the anguish of a people who had to go through 18 months of mayhem It is a pity that there are no voices of ...


  5. says:

    fascinating walk thru delhi and 1857 India.


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