In the previous post, we have read about the Surat Split of 1907. The Moderates and Extremists got splited due to the ideological differences. Britishers were successful in applying their formula of divide and rule in the case of Indian National Congress. Now, they were having their evil eye on the Hindu-Muslim unity during Partition …

In the previous post, we have read about the birth of Muslim League with the help of Lord Minto. The feeling of hatred between the Hindus and Muslims successfully sown by the Britishers. Now from the India Council Act of 1909, they started watering the feeling of hatred. So, here, in this post, we shall …

In the last post, we have read about the India Council Act 1909. This act widened the scope of communalism in India. This act came with a feature of separate electorate, which divided Indian society on the basis of religion. Though this was a well-planned move of Britishers. But, our people unknowingly became the victim …

In the last post, we have read about the first phase of Revolutionary Nationalism. The next important event was Ghadar Movement 1907-1914. Here, in this post, we shall read about the important features and sequences of the Ghadar Movement. Ghadar Movement Phase-I: Seattle Plan With the coming of immigration act of 1908, G.D. Kumar and …

In the previous post, we have read about the Ghadar Movement. This was the phase of Revolutionary Nationalism. Now we will move towards the time of World War-I and Contemporary impact on India World War-I and Impact on India Mature nations and mature people never fight on double fronts. In 1914, Britain was facing a …

In the previous post, we have studied about the Home Rule League and the imminent leaders associated with it. In this post, we shall read about the features of the Home Rule League. Features of Home Rule League Home Rule league was the revival of mass movement in 1915. Because after the long era of …

Home Rule league prepared the ground for the Lucknow Pact of 1916. Here, in this post we shall read about the Lucknow Pact of 1916. INC Lucknow Session: Lucknow Pact In 1916, Lucknow Session of the Indian National Congress held under the presidentship of Ambika Charan Majumdar. In this session both the Moderates and Extremists …

In the previous post, we have read about the Lucknow Pact of 1916. It was a kind of intermission of the Freedom Struggle. Because after this a very magnificient character came into the Indian Freedom Struggle. It was Mohandas Karamchanda Gandhi. Gandhian Era (1915-1948) So, from here starts the Gandhian Era in the Freedom Struggle. …

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