Solution : • British colonialism, which was based on capitalism, intervened directly to secure the maximum profit and benefit to British capitalism, and every policy was aimed at growing and expanding British capitalism.
- It amended the law of land in the following ways:
(a)It changed not only land ownership rules, but also decided what crops should be cultivated and which should not.
(b)It changed the way commodities are manufactured and distributed.
(c)It began to affect the manufacturing industry.
(d)It began occupying forests, clearing trees and planting trees.
(e)Colonialism brought about the forest acts, which drastically altered the livelihoods of tribals and pastoralists.
- f) It also resulted in people moving from one section of India to another, resulting in a rise in nationalist and anti-colonial awareness among the Indian population.
Colonialism had an impact on our lives in terms of culture, politics, and a combination of the two.People began to think about freedom, liberty, and human rights as a result of their mobility and exposure to modern western ideas, which created the foundation for India’s liberation struggle.
Colonialism had far-reaching societal implications, including the gradual modification of Indian culture, notably that of the emerging middle class, in terms of lifestyle, eating habits, languages, and attire.
The political impact of colonialism on Indian society was substantial, affecting our national movement, political system, parliamentary and judicial system, constitution, education system, police traffic rules, and, in general, the entire political framework.