In which year was the history of British India written?

Who wrote the book History of British India in 1817?

1817: In ‘The History of British India’, James Mill first exploded the myth of India’s economic and cultural riches, perpetuated by the “susceptible imagination” of men like Sir William Jones.

Who wrote History of India?

Answer: The “First comprehensive history of India” was written by Henry Beveridge. Explanation: The first comprehensive history of India was written in three volumes that cover different periods of India such as an ancient, a medieval, and a modern.

Who made the first map of India?

James Rennell, (born Dec. 3, 1742, Chudleigh, Devon, Eng. —died March 29, 1830, London), the leading British geographer of his time. Rennell constructed the first nearly accurate map of India and published A Bengal Atlas (1779), a work important for British strategic and administrative interests.

How did the British historians wrote history of India?

Solution: British historians in India wrote about the Governor Generals and Viceroys who ruled India. Their History books contained the activities, policies and achievements of the Governor Generals and nothing more. All the recorded events with specific dates were linked to the lives of these Governor Generals.

Who wrote History of Great Britain?

The History of England (Hume)

Author David Hume
Country Great Britain
Language English
Genre History
Published 1754–1761
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