What did the Rowlatt Act, 1919 presume?
Rowlatt Acts, (February 1919), legislation passed by the Imperial Legislative Council, the legislature of British India. The acts allowed certain political cases to be tried without juries and permitted internment of suspects without trial.
Satyagraha was ?
M K. Gandhi introduced a new weapon in the Indians' campaign for justice. That weapon, satyagraha, was the culmination of a profound development in Gandhi himself.
By whom was the first image of Bharat Mata painted?
The first image of Bharat Mata was created as a watercolor painting by Abanindranath Tagore in 1905.
When was the Non-Cooperation programme adopted by the Congress?
At Nagpur in December 1920, a compromise was worked out and the Non-Cooperation programme was adopted by congress.
Which among the following was the reason for Indian opposition to the Rowlatt Act (1919)?
This act was firmly opposed by the Indian people because this act gave unjust right to Police to detain any person without listening to his/her favor. Indian Leaders thought that this act can cause a big blunder in the country and hence the opposition.
Under the Inland Emigration Act of 1859 the peasants were not permitted to ?
Under the Inland Emigration Act of 1859, plantation workers were not permitted to leave the tea gardens without permission.
What did the term 'picket' refer to?
Picketing is a form of protest in which people congregate outside a place of work or location where an event is taking place. Often, this is done in an attempt to dissuade others from going in, but it can also be done to draw public attention to a cause. Picketers normally endeavor to be non-violent.
What was the effect of the Non-cooperation movement on the plantation workers in Assam?
After hearing about the Non-Cooperation Movement, thousands of workers defied the authorities,left the plantation and started moving towards their homes.
What does the term Khalifa refer?
Khalifa or Khalifah is a name or title which means "successor", "deputy" or "steward". It most commonly refers to the leader of a Caliphate, but is also used as a title among various Islamic religious groups and orders. Khalifa is sometimes also pronounced as "kalifa".
When did Mahatma Gandhi return to India from South Africa?
After over 21 years stay in South Africa, Gandhi returned to India on January 9, 1915 with his wife Kasturba.
Who wrote the 'Vande Matram'?
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay was a Bengali, writer, poet and journalist who composed our National Song 'Vande Mataram' during India's freedom struggle
Why did the Indians oppose the Rowlatt Act?
The Indians opposed the Rowlatt Act because according to this Act, the British government could imprison any person without a trial and search any place without a warrant.
This Act was strongly opposed by the Indians.
Who was Sir Muhammad Iqbal?
The leadership of the Muslim League was taken over by, Sir Muhammad Iqbal, who in 1930 first put forward the demand for a separate Muslim state in India.
The Non-Cooperation Movement was started by Mahatma Gandhi in support of which movement?
At the Calcutta session of the Congress in September 1920, he convinced other leaders of the need to start a non-cooperation movement in support of Khilafat as well as for Swaraj.
Rowlatt Act was passed in
Passed by the Imperial Legislative Council in February 1919, the Rowlatt Act enabled British government to jail anyone suspected of plotting to overthrow them for as long as two years without trial and also to try them summarily without any jury.
Who led the peasants in Awadh?
Baba Ramchandra was the main leader of Peasant movement in Awadh during the Non-Cooperation Movement
Where was Gandhi's ashram located?
The Satyagraha Ashram was founded on May 25, 1915, in Ahmedabad at Kochrab, when Gandhi returned from South Africa, with 25 inmates. The Ashram was shifted on the bank of river Sabarmati in July 1917
In which year did Gandhiji return to India from South Africa?
January 9, 1915, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi returned to India from South Africa after twenty years
In which city Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy took place?
The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, also known as theAmritsar massacre, took place on 13 April 1919 when troops of the British Indian Army under the command of Colonel Reginald Dyer fired rifles into a crowd of Punjabis, who had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab.
By whom was the Swaraj Party formed?
The Swaraj Party was established as the Congress-Khilafat Swaraj Party. It was a political party formed in India in January 1923 after the Gaya annual conference in December 1922 of the National Congress, that sought greater self-government and political freedom for the Indian people from the British Raj.
It was inspired by the concept of Swaraj. In Hindi and many other languages of India, swaraj means "independence" or "self-rule." The two most important leaders were Chittaranjan Das, who was its president and Motilal Nehru, who was its secretary.
Which among the following was the prime factor in the emergence of modern nationalism in India?
The anti-colonial movement was the prime factor in the emergence of modern nationalism in India.
What was the main problem with the Simon Commission?
The Simon Commission was opposed primarily because it did not have any Indian representation in the assemblage. The government of Britain had appointed this Commission in 1927. The goal of the Simon Commission was to give an account of how the Indian constitution was working.
What did the term 'begar' mean?
Our constitution prohibits forced labour or begar in any form. It is a practice where the worker is forced to render services to the merchant free of cost or in exchange of nominal amount.
What kind of movement was launched by the tribal peasants of Gudem Hills in Andhra Pradesh?
The militant Guerrilla Movement was launched by the tribal peasants of Gudem Hills in Andhra Pradesh.
The militant guerrilla movement was led by Alluri Sitaram Raju, the follower of Mahatma Gandhi. The colonial government had closed large forest areas to prevent people from entering the forest to graze their cattle, to collect firewood and fruits which enraged the hill people. The hill people revolted when the government forced them to contribute. The Gudem rebels attacked police stations, attempted to kill British officials and carried on guerrilla warfare for achieving Swaraj.
Who organised the dalits into the Depressed Classes Association?
Dr. BR Ambedkar after joining politics in 1930 organised an association namely the Depressed Classes Association for uplifting the dalits. He also signed the poona pact to ensure that the upliftment occurs at a faster rate.
Who led a peasant movement during the Non- Cooperation Movement ?
Baba ramchandra was a indentureed labour in Fiji during colonial period and he started peasant movement in Awadh.
What moved Abanindranath Tagore to paint the famous image of Bharat Mata?
In the swadeshi movement many national leaders along with Mahatma Gandhi Bankim Chandra chattopadhay wanted to create a nationality among the citizens
for creating nationality many things were presented before the citizens as
(i) many folk songs were composed
(ii) along with the female figures were portrayed it symbolises nationality
(iii) anandmath with the national song
(iv) revolutionary tricolour and many more things were created to present nationality
Hind Swaraj' was written by?
Hind Swaraj or Indian Home Rule is a book written by Mohandas K. Gandhi in 1909. In it he expresses his views on Swaraj, modern civilization, mechanisation etc.
What did Mahatma Gandhi in his book, Hind Swaraj, declare?
Mahatma Gandhi, in his famous book Hind Swaraj ( 1909), declared that British rule was established in India with the cooperation of Indians and had survived only because of this cooperation. If Indians had refused to co-operate, British rule in India would have collapsed within one year.
Who wrote the 'Vande Mataram'?
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay was a Bengali, writer, poet, and journalist who composed our National Song 'Vande Mataram' during India's freedom struggle