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Non-Cooperation Movement and Khilafat Aandolan

Non-Cooperation Movement and Khilafat Aandolan

Non-Cooperation Movement and Khilafat Aandolan:- During 1919-22, the British were opposed through two mass movements—the Khilafat and Non-Cooperation. Though the two movements emerged from separate issues, they adopted a common programme of action—that of non-violent noncooperation. The Khilafat issue was ...

Emergence of Gandhi

Emergence of Gandhi

Emergence of Gandhi :- Towards the end of the First World War, various forces were at work in India and on the international scene. After the end of the war, there was a resurgence of nationalist activity in India and ...

First World War and Nationalist Response 1914-1918

First World War and Nationalist Response 1914-1918

In the First World War (1914-1919), Britain allied with France, Russia, USA, Italy and Japan against Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey. This period saw the maturing of Indian nationalism. The nationalist response to British participation in the First World War was ...

First Phase of Revolutionary Activities (1907-1917)

First Phase of Revolutionary Activities (1907-1917)

Why the Surge of Revolutionary Activities First Phase of Revolutionary Activities (1907-1917) :- The activities of revolutionary heroism started as a byproduct of the growth of militant nationalism. The first phase acquired a more activist form as a fallout of ...

Era of Militant Nationalism (1905-1909)

Era of Militant Nationalism (1905-1909)

Growth of Militant Nationalism Militant Nationalism :– A radical trend of a militant nationalist approach to political activity started emerging in the 1890s and it took a concrete shape by 1905. As an adjunct to this trend, a revolutionary wing ...

Beginning of Modern Nationalism in India

Beginning of Modern Nationalism in India

Factors in the Growth of Modern Nationalism Beginning of Modern Nationalism in India :- The rise and growth of Indian nationalism has been traditionally explained in terms of Indian response to the stimulus generated by the British Raj through creation ...

Socio-Cultural Reform Movements and their Leaders

Socio-Cultural Reform Movements and their Leaders

Socio-Cultural Reform Movements and their Leaders Young Bengal Movement and Henry Vivian Derozio Socio-Cultural Reform Movements :- During the late 1820s and early 1830s, there emerged a radical, intellectual trend among the youth in Bengal, which came to be known ...

Prarthana Samaj

Prarthana Samaj

In 1867, Keshab Chandra Sen helped Atmaram Pandurang found the Prarthana Samaj in Bombay. Earlier, the Brahmo ideas spread in Maharashtra. A precursor of the Prarthana Samaj was the Paramahansa Sabha, something like a secret society to spread liberal ideas ...

Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj

Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj

Raja Rammohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj Raja Rammohan Roy (1772-1833), often called the the father of Indian Renaissance and the maker of Modern India, was a man of versatile genius. Note :- This post will be available in Hindi soon ...