1.) At the moment much the same as they still regard them as a colonial asset rather than a partner per se.How Indians will be viewed by British in this timeline? Will there be white man's burden? Can we expect to see various political parties in india mirroring that of England? Will we see more universalist interpretation of christianity due to presence of neo vedanta and translation by max Muller? Will we see theosophy and occultist movement mature further due more tolerant mindset? Maybe even create more interfaith Dialogue between religions?
I see the use of English being something that will be advantageous to the Unionist Government, as I can see Gaelic and Welsh Movements in Ireland and Wales forming part of the opposition to the Unionist Government and their Anglicizing initiativesDo you think there will be something different policy than English Education Act 1835 in india? Any more support to indology and archeology over all?
I don't think there'll be a strict policy of intermarriage and prevention of white women in passage.What is your plans with aryan myth? With discovery of Vedas and Darwin's theories will british try divide and rule or we will see a version of https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blanqueamiento using low level British officials to marry among natives by restricting passage of white woman in colonies?
Fair enough, as I say it’s not my area of expertise so I’m learning as I goIf you look at historical facts you will find most of anglo Indians born due to lack of eligible white woman which forced English officials to marry native womans. Many white woman tried to visit India due to their belief that every white official in india is rich beyond belief and acted as proto gold diggers. With high mortality due to climate forced white officials either to marry local girls or with for a white woman who might marry him which was not certain due to fierce competition among would be grooms.
Thanks for the feedback, it’s much appreciated! In my plan, I’m looking at really focusing on India in the 1890s and 1900s, while China will be a focus around 1910. This will build a lot of the world in regards to India and Asia.I am certainly enjoying story, your focus to political evolution is superb. But I am mostly looking forward for changes in india and asia. Really like to see some cross pollination between east and west without racism maybe a bit less compared to canon timeline. Maybe more interacial marriages and social changes along with that.