The second half of the nineteenth century, particularly the period after the suppression of the revolt of 1857, is considered to be the high noon of British imperialism in India. A self-confident paternalism tended to turn into a despotism, which was not prepared to accept any self-governing right for the Indians. But still many constitutional reforms were brought. How do you explain constitutional reforms brought by the imperial British? Give different views.

This content is only for paid members. To access this content, you need to enroll for UPSC previous years solved questions Program. Go through the following page for enrollment:

Existing Users Log In

Prove your humanity

New User Registration
Please indicate that you agree to the Terms of Service *
*Required field