The Kiplings and India: A Collection of Writings from British India, 1870-1900Main MenuWorks by the KiplingsDigital Editions of Works by the KiplingsBy AuthorSocial Movements in British IndiaRepresenting FamineMaterials related to the Famines of the 1870s on this siteTimeline: The Kiplings and IndiaA visual guide to dates and events involving the Kiplings and Indian culture 1870-1900GlossaryA Path containing Glossary entriesMap: Place Names in 19th-Century British-IndiaGoogle Map, Dublin Core Term: SpatialWorks CitedGeneral BibliographyEditorial TeamBios of Individuals Involved in this ProjectAmardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1
12016-05-23T13:07:14-04:00Amardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1422Glossary, Historicalplain2016-05-31T14:03:45-04:00Sarita Mizinf3227efb2a3c20c94b23681a0d509e36b12805e9The Ilbert Bill was introduced in 1883 for British India by Viceroy Ripon. It proposed amending existing laws to allow Indian judges and magistrates the jurisdiction to try British offenders in criminal cases at the district level. The law provoked an outrage amongst the Anglo-Indian community. The bill was introduced shortly after Rudyard Kipling returned to India, and left a substantial mark on his sense of race-relations in British India.
12016-05-23T12:24:52-04:00Amardeep Singhc185e79df2fca428277052b90841c4aba30044e1The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes, C.E. (Rudyard Kipling)26Rudyard Kipling story first that appears in Quartette (1885). Reprinted in modified form in "The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Stories"plain2016-06-30T21:42:32-04:001885Short StoryRace, Colonialism, Civil Service, AdventureRudyard KiplingSarita Mizinf3227efb2a3c20c94b23681a0d509e36b12805e9