In the previous post, we have read Champaran Satyagraha. It was the first movement under the leadership of Gandhi. Now in this post, we shall read about the Ahmedabad Mill Strike. Ahmedabad Mill Strike 1918 Issue In 1918, Saurashtra region faced plague. So, with the end of the plague, Mill owner of Ahmedabad Mill decided to …

In the last post, we have read about Ahmedabad Mill Strike and Champaran Satyagraha. We have understood the method and contribution of Gandhi in these two movements. Now we shall read about Kheda Movement under the leadership of Gandhi. Kheda Movement In the Kheda Movement, the government officials demanded rent at the time of Famine. …

In the previous post, we have read about the coming of Rowlatt Act and Jallianwallah Bagh Massacre. Jallianwallah Bagh incident was the most henious crime of that time. Many innocent people lost their lives. People were suffering due to the exploitative policies of the government. So, in this situation, British Government once again after a …

In the previous post, we have read about the Montagu-Chelmsford Reform of 1919. This act increased dissatisfaction among the masses. Gandhi wrote to the Lord Reading to have a look on the pity condition of Indians. But, government was not in the mood of doing anything. It was because of the World War-I dynamics. Actually, …

In the previous post, we have read about Non-Cooperation Movement. After Non-Cooperation Movement, Gandhi was imprisoned for 6years and due to Chauri-Chaura incident. As Gandhi was in jail for 6years, so his followers got divided into two groups. Indian National Congress got divided as Swarajist and Gandhiates. Swarajist or Pro-Changers Preface In 1922, Chitranjan Das …

In the previous post, we have read about the Swaraj Party. Swarajists entered the legislature to have changes in the system. Whereas, the other group Gandhiates, ie stunch followers of Gandhi did not change their method. They were commonly called as No-Changers or Gandhiates. Gandhiate or No-Changers Dr Rajendra Prasad, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel and …

In the last post, we have studied about the Pro-Changers and No-Changers group of Congress. The both groups did their job with full of zeal and enthusiam. These groups gave the flow to the Indian National Freedom Movement. Therefore the mid 1930s was the Golden Era of Communism in India. In this post, we will …

In the previous post, we have read about the Second Phase of Revolutionary Nationalism in India. Now, in this post, we shall critically evaluate the role of revolutionary leaders in India. We have read that Hindustan Socialist Republican Association came into existence in 1924. So, the leaders or the associates of this group were having influence …

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