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Indian freedom movement

Indian freedom movement

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Published by Knowledge Pub. House in Kolkata .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementArjun Goswami
The Physical Object
Pagination160 p.
Number of Pages160
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25368467M
LC Control Number2012354616

  The epoch names in the history of freedom struggle, are a testimony to the fact that men dominated most aspects of our social the women’s movements such as Abolition of Sati and Widow Remarriage were triumphed by men. However, the national awakening in the 19th century gave rise to many new faces in the freedom movement. Though the Indian freedom struggle post was largely free of violence, there was a revolutionary movement also aimed at winning India independence involving a lot of young Indian men and women. They believed that only an armed struggle against the government would deliver India from British rule. They employed violent means.

Contents: Introduction, The Nationalist Ideas Behind the Revolt of , Nationalism Takes Root: The Moderates, The Indian Struggle for Independence to , Politics of Indian Revolutionaries , Armed Struggle for the South-East, The Indian Self-Government as Advocated by Annie Besant, Quit India Movement, Tribals and Freedom Struggle, Muslim Nationalism and Freedom Struggle Reviews: 1. known figures from the Indian freedom movement. In a new book on his life, Gayathri D Naik finds a man who was a staunch supporter of press freedom and the power of education. Madan Mohan Malaviya and the Indian Freedom Movement. Jagannath Prasad Misra. Oxford University Press. Seventy years after gaining independence from British rule.


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