Today the AIP #MondayMusings series takes us back to an early AIP post regarding the presidencies of British India. This has proved to be one of the most visited posts so far – perhaps because the topic appears on educational curricula around the world. Importantly, this provides important context to the organisation of British India between 1612 and 1947.
The administration of British India was divided into three Presidencies: Bengal, Bombay and Madras. These had developed from the East India Company’s* factory bases and existed, in various forms, between 1612 and 1947, conventionally divided into three historical periods: 1612–1757, 1757–1858 and 1858–1947.
Read more about this post at: The Presidencies of British India: Bengal, Bombay and Madras
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