Who was the prominent Indian Historian who did not accepted 1857 Revolution as a Revolution?

(A) Tarachand
(B) Dr. S.N. Sen
(C) Sawarkar
(D) Dr. RC. Majumdar

Correct Answer : Dr. RC. Majumdar
Question Asked : Chhattisagarh PCS (Pre) 2016
Explanation : Indian Government appointed R.C. Majumdar to write the history of revolt of 1857. But due to some differences he refused, and published his own book ‘The Sepoy Mutiny and the Rebellian of 1857’ independently in 1957. Dr. R.C. Majumdar, however, considers the revolt of 1857 as neither the first, nor national nor a war of independence as large part of the country remained unaffected and many sections of the people took no part in the upsurge.
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