Plantation Workers Had Their Own Understanding of Mahatma Gandhi’s Ideas and the Notion of ‘Swaraj’. Support the Statement.

According to the Inland Emigration Act 1859, the plantation workers in Assam were not allowed to leave the tea garden. Therefore they also joined the Swaraj movement. For the plantation workers in Assam the notion of Swaraj was to get the right of free movement in and out of the confined space, retaining a link …

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How Did the Colonial Government Repress the ‘Civil Disobedience Movement’? Explain.

The three measures taken by the British administration to repress the movement started against the Rowlatt Act were: 1. To suppress the nationalists the British administration picked up the local leaders and barred Gandhiji from entering Delhi. 2. Martial law was imposed. 3. The Satyagrahis were forced to rub their nose on the ground, crawl …

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Describe Any Three Suppressive Measures Taken by the British Administration to Clamp Down on Nationalists.

The three suppressive measures taken by the British administration to clamp down on nationalist were: 1. To suppress the nationalist the British administration picked up the local leaders and barred Gandhiji from entering Delhi. 2. Martial law was imposed. 3. The Satyagrahis were forced to rub their nose on the ground, crawl on streets and …

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How Had the First World War Created a New Economic Situation in India? Explain With Three Examples.

The First World War created a new economic situation in India. The three examples are: 1. The defence expenditure was financed by the war loans. The increased taxes, raising the custom duties and introducing the income tax, and increased prices of the commodities caused economic hardship for the common people. 2. For the continuous supply …

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‘Nationalism Spreads When People Begin to Believe That They Are All Part of the Same Nation.’ Justify the Statement.

It is true to say that ‘Nationalism spreads when people begin to believe that they are all part of the same nation.’ Nationalism is a belief that all are a part of the same nation which binds the people together and make different communities, regions and language groups united. This came through the united struggles …

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Which Were the Two Types of Demands Mentioned by Gandhi Ji in His Letter to Viceroy Irwin on 31st January 1930? Why Was the Abolition of ‘salt Tax’ Most Stirring Demand? Explain.

On 31st March 1930, Mahatma Gandhi sent a letter to Viceroy Irwin. Mahatma Gandhi had stated eleven demands in this letter out of which some were of general interest and some were specific demands of different classes. The demands were wide ranging in order to bring together everyone under a united campaign. The abolition of …

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Explain the Effects of ‘Worldwide Economic Depression’ on India, Towards Late 1920s.

The effects of ‘worldwide economic depression’ on India, towards late 1920s were: 1. The defence expenditure was financed by the war loans. The increased taxes, raising the custom duties and introducing the income tax, and increased prices of the commodities caused economic hardship for the common people. 2. For the continuous supply of the soldiers …

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How Did the People Support the Civil Disobedience Movement as It Spread in Different Parts of the Country? Explain With Examples.

The people supported the Civil Disobedience Movement as it spread in different parts of the country due to the following reasons: 1. Due to the worldwide economic depression the agricultural prices began to fall, demands for agricultural goods fell and the export declined. 2. This resulted in a countryside turmoil because now it was difficult …

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