Indian Freedom Struggle Significant Contributors
- What were Objectives and Weaknesses of Indian National Movement Till 1905?
- In what ways did the naval mutiny prove to be the last nail in the coffin of British colonial aspirations in India?
- What were the major political, economic and social developments in the world which motivated the anti-colonial struggle in India?
- Describe the objectives of the Deoband School. How much it was different from the Aligarh school? Evaluate their role in the 19th century reform movement.
- Highlight the differences in the approach of Subhash Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi in the struggle for freedom.
- Discuss the circumstances leading to alliance between Khilafat and Congress during Non-cooperation Movement. Do you think that it was a politically wise move of Congress to associate with Khilafat? Substantiate.
- The gradual industrialization of India did not only bring the Indian capitalists into the foreground of public life, it also created an industrial working class". Objectively analyze this statement along with giving reference to major working class movements in India in early 20th century.
- Constitutionally, the princely states were not part of British India nor were their inhabitants British subjects. The British Parliament had no power to legislate for the States or their people. Elucidate the ways in which crown's relationship with the Indian states was maintained during pre-independence era.
- When, how and why the Home Rule Movement (HRM) originated in India? Critically discuss its significance in national struggle of India.
- Highlight the role of capitalist class in Indian independence movement.
- Why did the 'Moderates' fail to carry conviction with the nation about their proclaimed ideology and political goals by the end of the nineteenth century?
- Highlight the importance of new objectives that got added to the vision of Indian independence since twenties of last century.
- What were the major reformist and revivalist movements in 19th century India? How they were similar to, or different from each other? Discuss with suitable examples.
- Elucidate the positive and negative effects of India's contact with the West during 18th and 19th century.
- What were the key changes that took place in Gandhi's mass mobilization strategy from the 1919 Rowlatt Satyagraha onward as compared to his earlier movements in Champaran, Kheda and Ahmedabad? How these changes affected the further course of freedom struggle? Critically analyze.
- "The inclusion of Princely States in the Federation Scheme of 1935 Act was the last resort of the British to balance the reactionary elements with the progressive forces."Critically discuss while elucidating the initial reactions of the princely states.
- Provide the sequence of events that led to formation of INA. What was impact of INA on India's freedom struggle? Discuss.
- How the efforts of Swami Dayanand Saraswati revolutionised Indian society?
- Explain in brief the significance and contribution of Veer Savarkar in Indian freedom struggle movement.
- Discuss the importance and role of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in India history.
- What administrative changes were introduced in India after 1858? What were the objectives of these changes?
- How the Paika Rebellion shook the foundations of the British Rule in India?
- President Kovind recently laid the foundation stone for a memorial of 200 years of the Paika Rebellion, in Odisha. Describe the situation of Odisha at that time and what led to the rebellion.
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