Rajnish Optimist 146 Questions 256 Answers 237 Best Answers 1k Points View Profile Rajnish Asked: July 28, 20202020-07-28T16:57:59+05:30 2020-07-28T16:57:59+05:30In: UPSC CSE When Abolition of Sati, The Religious Disabilities Act, The General Service Enlistment Act took place? When Abolition of Sati, The Religious Disabilities Act, The General Service Enlistment Act took place? ancient historyhistory Share Facebook 1 Answer Recent Sweety Stay Original. 142 Questions 116 Answers 102 Best Answers 782 Points View Profile Best Answer Sweety Stay Original. 2020-07-28T17:03:26+05:30Added an answer on July 28, 2020 at 5:03 pm Abolition of Sati: Sati, also spelled as Suttee, is a practice among Hindu communities where a recently widowed woman, either voluntarily or by force, immolates herself on her deceased husband’s pyre. The Bengal Sati Regulation which banned the Sati practice in all jurisdictions of British India was passed on December 4, 1829 by the then GovernorGeneral Lord William Bentinck. The Religious Disabilities Act: The Religious Disabilities Act of 1850 was a law passed in British India under East India Company rule that abolished all laws affecting the rights of persons converting to another religion or caste. The new Act allowed Indians who converted from one religion to other religion equal rights under no law, especially in the case of inheritance. The General Service Enlistment Act: The General Service Enlistment Act passed in the year 1856 contained the provision that mandated soldiers or recruits of the Bengal Army to serve within or outside India when ordered. It meant that they were too sent overseas and sea voyages to serve. 1 Reply Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer. Related Questions What are the Issues with Government of India Act, 1935? Tell us about the Government of India Act, 1935.