What are the consequences of the British colonization of India?

Numerous fragmented Indian principalities could not form a single state: in addition to religious conflicts between Muslims and representatives of Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism, the population of India was also heterogeneous.

Britain systematically conquered India, leaving the princes and kings in their places if they were loyal to the crown. The rest were suppressed by force without much effort.

Establishing their administration, the British did not change local orders and laws; the goal was to enrich the metropolis.

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