India’s freedom struggle was accompanied by the moderate leadership, extremist leadership, and revolutionary activities of Indian youth, but all they were fighting with their own methodologies to end the British rule. In this article, we have given a list of famous conspiracy cases that contributed to the end of British Rule in India.
Indian Council Act of 1909 is also known as Morley- Minto Reform. It was instituted to placate the Moderates (Congress) and introduces separate electorates on the basis of religion. Therefore, Lord Minto came to be known as "Father of Communal Electorate in India".
The Champaran Satyagraha is considered to be a vital event in the history of India’s freedom struggle. It was India’s first Civil Disobedience movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi to protest against the injustice meted out to tenant farmers in the Champaran district of Bihar. Let us read in detail about Champaran Satyagraha.
The arrival of Vasco da Gama in Calicut on May 20, 1498, opened a sea route from Europe to the East. After that India became the focal point of Europe's trade and also the realm of European ambitions. Here, we have provided an interesting glimpse into when and why British first landed on Indian Territory.
Education policy of the British: In pre-British days, Hindus and Muslims were educated through Pathsala and Madrassa respectively, but their advent created a new place of learning i.e. Missionaries. So that, they can create a class of Indian who would be “Indian in blood and colour, but English in taste” who would act as interpreters between the Government and the masses.
The Revolt of 1857 was not merely a product of Sepoy mutiny but was accumulated grievances of the people against the Company’s administration and of their dislike for the foreign regime. Here is the List of important leaders Associated with the Revolt of 1857.
The Revolt of 1857, also regarded as India's First War of Independence is an extremely important event of Indian history. In this article, we have summarized the causes, impact, importance, and outcomes of the revolt.
What India is today, is because of the contribution of several leaders from the ages. These leaders contributed to various spheres of life which have been of great importance to the Indian Society.
Shaheed Rajguru Birth Anniversary: He was born on 24 August, 1908 into a Deshastha Brahmin family at Khed near Pune, Maharashtra, British India. His full name was Hari Shivaram Rajguru. On his birth anniversary let us have a look at 10 key facts about his life history, freedom struggle, etc.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is an Indian Nationalist whose patriotism towards India has left a mark in the hearts of many Indians. Today is the 76th death anniversary of Subhas Chandra Bose.
The Indian National Movement was an organised mass movement concerned with the interests of the people of India and affected by both internal and external factors. It led to the formation of Indian National Congress in 1885 and several revolts broke out across the country. Formation of Muslim League in 1906, Swadeshi Movement 1905 etc. which spearheaded the freedom struggle in India from 1885 to 1947.
Inqilab Zindabad, 'Do or die' and Dilli Chalo are some famous slogans given by our freedom fighters to encourage our general public to fight against the cruel British rulers. On the occasion of 74th Independence Day, read these inspirational and powerful slogans.
Independence Day 2020: In the struggle for India’s Independence from the colonial rule or British Raj contribution of the women can't be neglected. They faced various tortures, exploitations, etc. to earn freedom for us. Let us have a look on 10 forgotten women freedom fighters of India.
Indian Independence Day 2020: On 15 August India celebrates 74th Independence Day with full enthusiasm. Lord Mountbatten on June 3, 1947 put forward his plan which outlined the steps for the solution of India’s political problem. Let us read about it in detail.