Explain Brahmans offering the Shastras to Britannia, frontispiece to the first map produced by James Rennel, 1782

 Brahmans offering the Shastras to Britannia, frontispiece to the first map produced by
James Rennel, 1782 Rennel was asked by Robert Clive to produce maps of Hindustan. An enthusiastic supporter of British conquest of India, Rennel saw preparation of maps as essential to the process of domination. The picture here tries to suggest that Indians willingly gave over their ancient texts to Britannia – the symbol of British power – as if asking her to become the protector of Indian culture
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Ha
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Ya you r correct siddhant
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Brahmans offering shastras to britannia
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Brahmanas offering the shastras

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yeah, its right Brahmans offering the Shastras to Britannia, and the map produced by James rennel in 1782.
Robert asked to Rennel to produced map of hindustan. the eager supporter of British conquest of India, Rennel saw preparation of maps as essential to the process of domination. and the picture tries to tell that Indians willingly gave over their ancient texts to Britannia- the symbol of British power as if asking her to become the protector of Indian culture....
 
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Al_idrisi before James rennel produced a rough map of India in 1154 ce. Isn't that ?
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