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The Revolt of 1857 was started by
Indian Mutiny, also called Sepoy Mutiny, widespread but unsuccessful rebellion against British rule in India in 1857–58. Begun in Meerut by Indian troops (sepoys) in the service of the British East India Company, it spread to Delhi, Agra, Kanpur, and Lucknow.
An effect of the 1857 revolt was that
The most important impact of revolt of 1857 is that the administration of India was transferred from the East India Company to the British Crown. The queen’s proclamation of 1858 announced that the policy of territorial extension was to be abandoned. Unity was forged between the Hindus and Muslims.
Who told that Indian National Congress represents only microscopic minorities?
Lord Dufferin initially did not take Congress much seriously. He initially called Congress as representative of “microscopic minority of India” but later in the fourth session of Allahabad, the Government servants were disallowed to take part in the proceedings of the Congress.
The Non-Cooperation Movement was suspended in February 1922 on account of
The Non-cooperation movement was withdrawn because of the Chauri Chaura incident. Although he had stopped the national revolt single-handedly, on 10 March 1922, Gandhi was arrested. On 18 March 1922, he was imprisoned for six years for publishing seditious materials.
Which of the following statements is not correct with reference to the Indian Freedom Struggle?
The Gandhi Irwin Pact was endorsed by the Congress in the Karachi Session of 1931, that was held from March 26-31. Gandhi was nominated to represent Congress in the Second Round Table Conference. So, there was anger in the public whose point was that why Gandhi did accept to sign the pact.
Which of the following event was the reason for the withdrawn of non cooperation movement?
The Non-cooperation movement was withdrawn because of the Chauri Chaura incident. Although he had stopped the national revolt single-handedly, on 10 March 1922, Gandhi was arrested. This led to suppression of the movement and was followed by the arrest of other leaders.
Which of the following was the main part of Aurobindo’s programme to achieve independence?
Sri Aurobindo Ghosh (1872-1950) who used the theory of Passive Resistance as a technique for social change during the period of India’s national liberation movement.
One of the earliest and the best known mutinies before the Revolt of 1857 was
The Vellore Mutiny was one of the earliest sign of a great mutiny coming up in 1857. The Vellore Mutiny was a major act of defiance that took place on July 10, 1806 and marked the first ever large-scale and violent mutiny by Indian sepoys against the East India Company.
The Ghadar Party was founded (November 1913) at San Francisco USA by
In 1913, Pacific Coast Hindustan Association was founded by Lala Hardayal with Sohan Singh Bhakna as its president, which was called Ghadar Party. The members of this party were the immigrant sikhs of US and Canada. The first issue of The Ghadar, was published from San Francisco on November 1, 1913.
What was the main objective of the Wahabi movement which during 1852-70 was particularly active in the Punjab, Bengal, Bihar and the NWFP?
The main objective of the Wahabi movement which during 1852-70 was particularly active in the Punjab, Bengal, Bihar and the NWFP was To overthrow the Sikhs in the Punjab and the British in Bengal and to restore Muslim power in India.