Indian National Movement (10)

From 1857 to 1917: The First War of Independence, 1857; Factors leading to the growth of Nationalism; Indian National Congress; First Phase of the Indian National Movement (1885-1907); Second Phase of the Indian National Movement (1905-1916)

By 1857, conditions were ripe for a mass uprising in the form of the Great Revolt of 1857

By 1857, conditions were ripe for a mass uprising in the form of the Great Revolt of 1857. In this context, explain the following:

  1. Any three Economic causes for the revolt of 1857.
  2. Any three Military causes.
  3. Any three Political causes of the revolt.
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October 16, 1905 regarded as an important day in the history of the Indian National Movement

Why is October 16, 1905 regarded as an important day in the history of the Indian National Movement?

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Methods adopted by the Early Nationalists in the National Movement

State any two methods adopted by the Early Nationalists in the National Movement.

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Contributions of Bipin Chandra Pal in promoting Nationalism

Mention any two contributions of Bipin Chandra Pal in promoting Nationalism.

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State any four changes in the administration of the British Government as a consequence of the Revolt

State any four changes in the administration of the British Government as a consequence of the Revolt.

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Explain any three political causes of the Revolt of 1857

Explain any three political causes of the Revolt of 1857.

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State any two objectives of the Muslim League

State any two objectives of the Muslim League.

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Name the nationalist who said, ‘Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it’

Name the nationalist who said, ‘Swaraj is my birthright and I shall have it’. State any one of his contributions to the National Movement.

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Name the two Presidents under whom the first two sessions

Name the two Presidents under whom the first two sessions of the Indian National Congress were held.

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Mention any two economic factors responsible for the growth of nationalism in India

Mention any two economic factors responsible for the growth of nationalism in India.

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Differences in the methods adopted between the Early Nationalists and Radicals

The Second half of the 19th century witnessed the growth of a strong feeling of Nationalism. With reference to the statement, answer the following: Explain briefly any three differences in the methods adopted between the Early Nationalists and Radicals, in the National Movement.

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State any three ways in which the Press played an important role

The Second half of the 19th century witnessed the growth of a strong feeling of Nationalism. With reference to the statement, answer the following: State any three ways in which the Press played an important role in developing nationalism amongst Indians.

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Write any three repressive Colonial policies of the British

The Second half of the 19th century witnessed the growth of a strong feeling of Nationalism. With reference to the statement, answer the following:Write any three repressive Colonial policies of the British.

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Write any two contributions of Lala Lajpat Rai to the National Movement

Write any two contributions of Lala Lajpat Rai to the National Movement.

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Name each of the organizations founded by Jyothiba Phule and Raja Rammohan Roy

Name each of the organizations founded by Jyothiba Phule and Raja Rammohan Roy.

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Name the two books that Dadabhai Naoroji authored

Name the two books that Dadabhai Naoroji authored explaining the ‘Drain of India’s Wealth’.

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What was the General Service Enlistment Act

What was the General Service Enlistment Act?

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Briefly explain the immediate cause of the Great Revolt

Briefly explain the immediate cause of the Great Revolt.

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The conflict between the two sections of the Congress

The conflict between the two sections of the Congress came to surface in its Session in 1906 at Calcutta. In this context, State any four methods that they advocated for the achievement of their aims.

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Explain the Split in the Congress in 1907

The conflict between the two sections of the Congress came to surface in its Session in 1906 at Calcutta. In this context explain the Split in the Congress in 1907

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Explain the development of Modern means of Transport and Communication

With reference to the rise of ‘National Consciousness’ in India, Explain the development of Modern means of Transport and Communication.

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Explain any three contributions of Raja Rammohan Roy

With reference to the rise of ‘National Consciousness’ in India, Explain any three contributions of Raja Rammohan Roy

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Explain the influence of Western Education

With reference to the rise of ‘National Consciousness’ in India, Explain the influence of Western Education.

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Give the names of two leaders who led the Home Rule Movement

Give the names of two leaders who led the Home Rule Movement in India.

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Name the two main Associations that were the precursors

Name the two main Associations that were the precursors of the Indian National Congress.

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Mention any two Repressive Colonial policies of Lord Lytton

Mention any two Repressive Colonial policies of Lord Lytton.

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