Swarajists VS No-Changers

Swarajists and No-Changers

This article covers everything relevant you need to study about the topic Swarajists and No-Changers. Important Points:  After the arrest of Gandhi in March 1922, there was complete chaos and disorganization among the nationalist leaders. One section of leaders including Chitranjan Das, Motilal Nehru etc wanted an end to the Read more…

Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh

This article covers everything important you need to know about the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. During 1919, massive anger against the British government was growing in Punjab. Important reasons for this anger: Due to the first World War, common people were facing repressive wartime measures and high prices on daily products. Read more…

Rowlatt Act

Rowlatt Act

Important points related to the Rowlatt Act 1919: Rowlatt Act is also known as Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act or Black Act. It was passed in March 1919, even after being opposed by every Indian member of Central Legislative Council. This act authorized the government to imprison any person without Read more…

Surat Split

Surat Split

Important points of Surat Split (1907) and Moderates and Extremists   Difference Between Moderates and Extremists Moderates Extremists Their social base was zamindars, intellectuals and upper-class population in towns. Social base consists of youth and middle-class society in town. Moderate’s ideology was inspired by western liberal thoughts and European history. Read more…

Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi

Important points to remember about Mahatma Gandhi: Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869 in Porbandar in the princely state of Kathiawar. He studied in England and went to South Africa in relation of a case of his client Dada Abdulla. Over there he witnessed extreme racism by the Read more…

Marley - Minto Reforms

MARLEY MINTO REFORMS

Introduction to Marley Minto Reforms: Marley Minto Reforms are also known as Indian Council Act 1909. Marley was the Secretary of State whereas Minto was Viceroy of India. In October 1906, a group of Muslim elites called Shimla Deputation, led by Agha Khan, met Minto and demanded separate electorate for Read more…

Lucknow Pact

Lucknow Pact

Congress and Muslim League together signed Lucknow pact of 1916 with common demands. Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Tilak were main architects of this pact. The main reasons for both the parties to come together: a. During 1st world war, Britain and Turkey were waging war against one another. Turkey was Read more…