Home Rule League Movement Introduction: The Surat Congress led to the split of the Indian National Congress. It affected the national movement which lost momentum. But the World War I offered an opportunity for the union of the Extremists and the Moderates. As a result, the national movement was … [Read more...] about Brief History of Home Rule League Movement
Modern History of India
Introduction: Gandhiji moved his resolution on non-cooperation movement in a special session of the Congress held in Calcutta in September 1920. In its annual session at Nagpur in December, the Congress confirmed a resolution. The resolution stated, ‘The only effectual means to vindicate the … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Why Non-cooperation Movement Failed in India
India's First War of Independence The First War of India's Independence started with the Sepoy's revolt. The Sepoy uprising of 1857 had started from the military camp and spread from one Cantonment to another till it was joined by ex-rulers and their supporters. That way, it can be called a Sepoy … [Read more...] about India’s First War of Independence
Causes of Failure of Revolt of 1857 The Great rebellion of 1857 (also Sepoy mutiny, Indian rebellion of 1857, First War of Indian Independence) lost its vigor after a few months and within a year it was completely put down by the government. This failure surprised many but it was not … [Read more...] about What were the causes for the failure of the 1857 Revolt in India?
Simon Commission Background: Indian nationalists had declared the constitutional reforms of 1919 as inadequate. They had been demanding for an early reconsideration of the constitutional question. Formation of Simon Commission: So, the British government appointed the Simon Commission in 1927 … [Read more...] about Brief Note on Simon Commission