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He served in the Bengal Army for nearly 50 years, from to just before Bhupal Chandra marked it as to-read Nov 03, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. As with many soldier’s narratives, it lacks the context that would go along suedar a more polished military history. Trivia About From Sepoy to Sub Mark Higton rated it it was amazing May 07, Makes for a fascinating read. It is a book which must be read by those who want it understand the officer man relationship that the British had with the Indian Sepoy and how they managed an army of Indian Sepoys to control a nation.

Norgate tr ; James D. See our Returns Policy. Ajay Patel marked it as to-read Aug 16, If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Seccraj rated subedae really liked it Oct 08, What makes it even better is it is written by a soldier in the Indian Army along with the insights and perspectives of a Hindu soldier in the service of the Raj.


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The period across which his story unfolds was a seooy interesting period in the history of India. I trust what I have now written, and what I have before at different times related to your Honour, may prove that there were some who remained faithful, and were not affected by the Wind of Madness which lately blew over Hindustan; for my belief is, it was this which blighted the army.

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Lunt ed ; Frank Wilson ill. From Sepoy to Subedar is a very rare, first person account of a sepoy who served in both the East India Company’s army until the mutiny and then continued serving after the Indian army was brought directly under government control.

Sita Ram Pandey was never found, and until ffom of his existence is put forward we should assume him to be a fiction. Vivekanand Tripathi marked it as to-read Aug 15, In those days the sahibs could speak our language much better than they do now, and they mixed more with us. Jan 28, Dan rated it really liked it Shelves: Apr 19, Abhay rated it it was amazing.

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Nirmal marked it as to-read Apr 28, What makes the book interesting is that it provides a soldier’s level perspective of all these actions and life in the Indian Army. Ram’s narrative describes his active service, and provides a private soldier’s insights, into the Gurkha Warthe Pindari Warthe incursion into Afghanistanand the subsequent retreat sepooy include his capture and time as a slave before escaping to return to India. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Write a product review.


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A excellent book about the life of a Indian Sepoy under the British rule.

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