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What was the second largest religion in British India? A. Islam B. Sikhism C. Hinduism D. Buddhism
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User: What was the second largest religion in British India? A. Islam B. Sikhism C. Hinduism D. Buddhism

Weegy: ISLAM was the second largest religion in British India.



User: What did the Lahore Resolution include? A. dominion status to India B. the establishment of an Indian Federation C. the creation of the Muslim state of Pakistan D. restrictions on Indians, such as the removal of freedom of the press

Weegy: The Lahore Resolution include : the creation of the Muslim state of Pakistan.
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User: In what part if India was Sikhism predominant? A. northwest India B. southwest India C. northeast India D. southeast India

Weegy: The northeast region of the nation tended to support the Second National Bank.


User: Which English institution was initially tasked with governing British India? A. the Raj B. the British Crown C. the British Prime Minister D. the British East India Company

Weegy: The British East India Company was initially tasked with governing British India.

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User: What was the state of the many, diverse, religions in India under British rule? A. They were, for the most part, united behind a goal for independence. B. There was almost constant conflict between Hindus and Muslims. C. India was almost entirely Hindu, so there was not much religious diversity. D. Most religions were outlawed under British rule, with the exception of Christianity.

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The state of the many, diverse, religions in India under British rule was : They were, for the most part, united behind a goal for independence.
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