Mangal Pandey was an Indian soldier who played a key part in the events immediately preceding the outbreak of the Indian rebellion of 1857. He was a sepoy in the 34th Bengal Native Infantry regiment of the British East India Company. In 1984, the Indian government issued a postage stamp to remember him. His life and actions have also been portrayed in several cinematic productions.
|Born:||Nagwa, Ballia district, Ceded and Conquered Provinces, Company India|
|Died:||April 08, 1857, Barrackpore, Calcutta, Bengal Province, Company India|
|Cause of death:||Execution by hanging|
|Occupation:||Sepoy (soldier) in the 34th Bengal Native Infantry (B.N.I.) regiment of the British East India Company|
|Known for:||Indian independence fighter|
About Mangal Pandey
Indian war hero who was an important soldier during the time of the Indian rebellion of 1857. He was a private in the 34th Bengal Native Infantry regiment of the British East India Company.
Mangal Pandey Before Fame
He joined the East India Company's army when he was 18 years old in 1849.
Achievement of Mangal Pandey
The Government of India issued a postage stamp in his honor in October 1984.
Mangal Pandey Family Life
He was born into a Bhumihar Brahmin family in the village of Nagwa.
Associations of Mangal Pandey
The 2005 film The Rising was based on the events he went through and starred actor Aamir Khan.
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- British East India Company Army soldiers
- People executed by British India by hanging
- 19th-century executions by British India
- Indian independence activists from Uttar Pradesh
- Prisoners and detainees of British India
- Indian independence activists