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 …

In the previous post, we have read about the Second phase of Revolutionary Nationalism and particulary about Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. So, the second phase of Revolutionary Nationalism created pressure on the British Government. Therefore the Simon Commission, Commission to recommend the admistrative changes in government came before its schedule time. Simon Commission, 1927 In …

In the previous post we have read abouot the Simon Commission and Nehru Report. Nehru Report did not accept by the all the parties. So, Secretary of States rejected it. So, in this situation, Gandhi reappeared on the political platform of India. Gandhi demanded dominion status and he threatened to start Civil Disobedience Movement in …

In the last post, we have read about the Civil Disobedience Movement of 1930. Gandhi again proved himself as the leader of masses. So, Gandhi became the unrivalled leader. But during 1929, world faced Economic Crisis, afterwards First World War. So, Britain was in trouble in Europe, whereas in India, Civil Disobedience Movement was going on. …

In the previous post, we have read about the Gandhi-Irwin pact and its consequences. Now, in this post, we are going to discuss Karachi Session of Indian National Congress in 1931. Karachi Session of 1931 Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel presided the Karachi Session of Indian National Congress in 1931. In this session of Indian National …

In the previous post, we have read about the Karachi Session of Indian National Congress. After the Karachi Session Gandhi as a representative of Congress went to Britain to attend Second Round Table Conference there. But on the issue of Ramsay MacDonald’s Communal Award, Gandhi left the round table conference and strongly opposed the communal award. …

KARGIL WAR 1999 “Friends can change but not neighbours who have to live together”, said Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Unfortunately, after partition, India had to live with a hostile neighbour Pakistan. The main reason for animosity between the India and Pakistan is Kashmir. Kargil war is the recent armed conflict between India and Pakistan. BACKGROUND: …

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ACT (GIA) 1935 After the Poona Pact of 1932, Britishers failed to Balkanise the Indian Subcontinent on the basis of Casteism. The next development in Indian Politics was coming of Government of India Act 1935. The Government of India Act 1935 contained many revolutionary features. But now, Indian were ready to surrender …

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