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Heard the name #JamesMill?
James Mill's highly influential History of British India(1817), most particularly the long essay 'Of the Hindus' comprising ten chapters – is the single most important source of British Indophobia and hostility to Orientalism.
Dear Readers, this thread
with brief history and quotes will leave you distraught for sure and in the end, all you can do is weep, blame the destiny and will be searching for words in the end.
#JamesMill (6 April 1773 – 23 June 1836) was from Scotland, was ordained as a minister by church.
By 1802,
unable to find a parish and disillusioned with a religious career, he "emigrated" to England. There he quickly obtained a position as editor and writer, married, and began to raise a family. To secure his position & to defend the reason behind British intervention in Indian
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