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The three administrative regions of India; Bombay, Madras and Bengal each maintained their own army of 'sepoys', a large majority of who were high castes Hindus.
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The phrase 'Bombay, Madras and Bengal' is called a list appositive. Appositives are usually set off from the rest of the sentence by commas, but with a list, the commas may be confusing. You have used a semicolon at the start, but no punctuation at the end. A better technique is to use the dash to separate the list appositive. I would also put a comma after 'Madras', but it is optional. You should use 'of whom' because 'whom' is the object of the preposition.
The three administrative regions of India - Bombay, Madras and Bengal - each maintained their own army of 'sepoys', a large majority of whom were high castes Hindus.
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