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The rule by the British Crown on the Indian subcontinent from 1858 to 1947. Wikipedia

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    • Most sports played in Pakistan originated and were substantially developed by athletes and sports fans from the United Kingdom who introduced them during the British Raj.Pakistan-Wikipedia
    • Although the rebellion was suppressed by 1858, it led to the dissolution of the East India Company and the direct administration of India by the British government.India-Wikipedia
    • There emerged a view that Nepal remained the true bastion of unadulterated Hinduism at a time when Indian culture had been influenced by centuries of Mughal, followed by British rule.Nepal-Wikipedia
    • The British Empire was expanded to include India, large parts of Africa and many other territories throughout the world.United Kingdom-Wikipedia
    • Japanese curry, since its introduction to Japan from British India, is so widely consumed that it can be termed a national dish, alongside ramen and sushi.Japan-Wikipedia
    • Despite most of the professional theatre groups that formed during the British Raj having disbanded by the 1950s, Mumbai has developed a thriving "theatre movement" tradition in Marathi, Hindi, English, and other regional languages.Mumbai-Wikipedia

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