Thus the influence of the English in the South increased through Clive

Thus the influence of the English in the South increased through Clive

Thus the influence of the English in the South increased through Clive

Meanwhile, Bhulpe tried to keep the French intact. But on the orders of the French authorities, he had to return home. With Dupleix's return, the dream of socializing with the French in the Indian subcontinent faded. The Battle of the Banana: The Anglo-French Conflict was suspended for several years after Dupleix's return to the Deccan. 1857. When the seven-year war between Europe and America started, it was again open in India between the English and the French. Begins. This time Bangladesh was the main reason for the Hungarian-French self. During the Seven Years' War, the French government sent a general named Camel Lali with
the task of conquering Fort St. David, a British stronghold. Redness.


       May conquered Fort St. David

 but was completely defeated in the attack on Tanjore. At such times. Lolly made a fatal military mistake. He ordered Busy to return from Hyderabad. Lali's intention was to expel the English by attacking Madras with Bussi. But in Busir's case, the man he sent to the Deccan was defeated by Colonel Ford, the British commander. Meanwhile, Nizam Salabat donated Chikakol, Iler, Rajmahentri etc. to the English. Considering the situation, he gave his support to the English. Meanwhile, the French could not capture Madras even after the invasion of Lali and Busi era. In the battle of captivity, Lali was defeated by the English general Sir Ayr Kut. Lali was released from captivity in Pondicherry. But the English troops blockaded Pondicherry. After being trapped for many days, Lali finally surrendered. The English troops entered Pondicherry with everything. Lets dust. With the fall of Pondicherry, the dream of the French to expand their empire in India came to an end forever. As a result, the prestige and influence of the English was strong in India and then they started on the path of establishing empire. The reasons for the success of the English and the failure of the French Causes of the success of the English and the failure of the French There were various reasons for the failure of the French to establish the empire in India. The English company was more prosperous than the French company in terms of organizational and financial abundance. The French were not financially able to wage war for long. The English Company participated in the politics of India but did not abandon the commercial ideology. Dupleix forgot the commercial ideology and became more involved in Indian politics, leading the French company to a financial crisis. Removing Bussey from the Deccan was a fatal mistake by the French company. As a result, French influence in the Deccan diminished and English influence and prestige increased. Lack of a strong navy is another reason for the failure of the French to establish an empire in India. The English with their best navy | It had a monopoly on the coast of South India. Since the French arrived in India at the last stage, they could not get the huge number of trading houses and financial abundance according to the East India Company, which is one of the reasons for their failure. | The British East India Company was a people's organization free from government control. The national interest of the English was involved in this. So it was able to gain the sympathy of the people and the help of the British government in times of crisis. The French company, on the other hand, was completely dependent on state aid. The financial backbone of the company was weakened as it failed to get government help during the crisis. One of the reasons for the defeat of the French was the wrong decision of the authorities.


       Military error of the Deccan commander

Thus the influence of the English in the South increased through Clive

Moreover the personal quarrels of the French employees, the character weaknesses and Sony. Lack accelerates their downfall. In a nutshell, the French were defeated by the British tactics and conspiracies. In the war, the English pushed the French even further. As a result, the French took over the French factories in Bengal. When the Fami Company was defeated during the war in Karnataka, they left the country. As a result, the British became a force in India. Arrival of other companies. Encouraged by the commercial success of European merchants in India, the merchants of Flanders in 1822. He came to this country by forming a company. The Swedish merchant community The Swedish East India Company in 1831 and the Austrian merchants came to India in 1855 to trade with the Austrian East India Company but none of them had commercial success in India.

East India Company's Gaining Dewani: Lord Clive and Dual Governance by Gaining Dewani by East India Company Gains massive progress. Despite the abundance of money at that time, due to the strict policies of the Mughal rulers, they did not move towards establishing an empire. However, in 1613, Emperor Jahangir allowed the company to build a trading post, creating an opportunity for them to establish their empire. Behind the emperor's permission was to appease the English and weaken the Portuguese power. When the English weakened the Portuguese power in their favor, the emperor was pleased and allowed them to build a trading post as a reward. Later, when the central Mughal power was weakened by the infighting and palace conspiracies of the Mughal Empire, the British were encouraged to adopt a policy of coercion. 


The Board of Directors of the company encouraged 

The company to adopt a policy of coercion for trade as well as colonization in India. Other European trading communities were cornered by them. They blockade the Mughal bases on the west coast of India and expel other European merchants from India.

Image: East India Company claims Mughal court. Following this, the Mughals tried to capture the port of Hughli. The Anglo-Mughal Hungarians were expelled from Bengal. Fort William Fort, built in 1800 AD, became a fort in India. The center of expansion and conspiracy. They continued to engage in commercial activities as well as trying to dominate the night


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