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Day 37 – Q 2.Why did Indian youth resort to revolutionary terrorism during freedom struggle? Critically analyse.

2. Why did Indian youth resort to revolutionary terrorism during freedom struggle? Critically analyse. स्वतंत्रता संग्राम के दौरान भारतीय युवाओं ने क्रांतिकारी आतंकवाद का सहारा क्यों लिया? समालोचनात्मक  विश्लेषण करें। Synopsis: Not contented with the political mendicancy of the ‘moderates’ and the inefficient decision making of the ‘extremist’, the advent . . . Read more

Day 37 – Q 1.Many institutions were established by reformers in the 19th century. What were their characteristics? What did they intend to achieve? Discuss.

1. Many institutions were established by reformers in the 19th century. What were their characteristics? What did they intend to achieve? Discuss.  य19वीं शताब्दी में सुधारकों ने कई संस्थान स्थापित किए थे। उनकी विशेषताएं क्या थीं? वे क्या हासिल करने का इरादा रखते थे? चर्चा करें। Approach: Introduction Prominent institutions- . . . Read more

Day 36 – Q 5.The 1930s mark the development of new strands in Indian political landscape. Do you agree? Substantiate by taking suitable examples.

5. The 1930s mark the development of new strands in Indian political landscape. Do you agree? Substantiate by taking suitable examples. 1930 का दशक भारतीय राजनीतिक परिदृश्य में नए पहलुओं के विकास को चिह्नित करता है। क्या आप सहमत हैं? उपयुक्त उदाहरण ले कर पुष्टि करें। Introduction: Indian freedom struggle . . . Read more

Day 36 – Q 4.Who were ‘swarajists’? What did they want to achieve? Did they succeed?

4. Who were ‘swarajists’? What did they want to achieve? Did they succeed?  ‘स्वराजवादी’ कौन थे? वे क्या हासिल करना चाहते थे? क्या वे सफल हुए? INTRODUCTION      Post Non Cooperation movement, a question arose in Indian National Congress about the future course of action, i.e – whether to . . . Read more

Day 36 – Q 3.The Non-Cooperation movement and the Khilafat agitation represented a new stage in the national movement. Elaborate.

3. The Non-Cooperation movement and the Khilafat agitation represented a new stage in the national movement. Elaborate.  गैर-सहयोग आंदोलन और खिलफाट आंदोलन ने राष्ट्रीय आंदोलन में एक नए चरण का प्रतिनिधित्व किया। विस्तृत करें। Introduction: Mahatma Gandhi promised to Indians that if Non Corporation Movement was fully implemented throughout nation . . . Read more

Day 36 – Q 2.Discuss the contribution of Dadabhai Naoroji in Indian national movement.

2. Discuss the contribution of Dadabhai Naoroji in Indian national movement.  भारतीय राष्ट्रीय आंदोलन में दादाभाई नौरोजी के योगदान पर चर्चा करें। Synopsis: Popularly known as the “Grand Old Man of India”, Dadabhai Naoroji was born Bombay on 4 September 1825 in a Parsi family with a prominent lineage of . . . Read more

Day 36 – Q 1.What was the Young Bengal Movement? What were its objectives?

1. What was the Young Bengal Movement? What were its objectives?  युवा बंगाल आंदोलन क्या था? इसके उद्देश्य क्या थे? Approach: Introduction- About Young Bengal Movement Its objectives Analysis- Criticism and success Conclusion Introduction: The Young Bengal movement was a group of radical Bengali free thinkers emerging from Hindu College, . . . Read more