The Great Ghadar of 1857, somtimes referred as the First War of Indian Independence or according to the British view, the Great Indian Mutiny of 1857. Regarded as one of the most one-sided stories ever written as history, only the British impressions, documents and point of view. The British suppressed any chronicling and very little research into anti-colonial struggles even after independence were made.
The story is too stirring and inspiring even today. The message and vision of 1857 threatened the Capitalist and landlord classes of India and the state, which were created by British colonialism, in order to rule the Indians.
The presentation below reviews the events of the Great Ghadar. (Also attached as PDF below)