The East Indian Company Attempting to Abolish the Indian Practice of Suttee (Self-Immolation of a Wife After the Death of Her Husband)

The East India Company tried to abolish the Indian practice of “suttee” which was the live burning of widows after the deaths of their husbands so that they could meet and be with their husbands in heaven...

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