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Gandhi-Prophet of Satyagraha


An Acquaintance with the political saint, who brought down an empire by preaching brotherhood and non-violence, whose very name has become synonymous with non-violence and freedom, whose life volumes of books can’t do justice to, whose sacrifices rightly earned him the title of‘Father of the nation’-Mahatma Gandhi is more than an individual, he is a movement that still exists today in the hearts of people.

The honorific ‘Mahatma’ (Sanskrit: high-soul, venerable) employing non-violence Civil Disobedience, Gandhi led India to independence and inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. It is undoubtedly South Africa, which the whole world is indebted to, for providing the circumstances for the nurturing and the blossoming of a world figure who would change the contemporary world history in the years to come.

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Struggle of Independence-III Phase (AD 1927-1939)


The India’s struggle for freedom against despotic British rule took decisive turns towards a broad-based popular struggle under the M.K Gandhi’s leadership. This was the phase of real awakening against tyranny of minority and full-fledge movement for the getting Poorn Swaraj.

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Struggle of Independence- II Phase(1919- 1927 AD)


The World War I play important role in mass awakening in India and eroded the Myth of White Man’s prestige. And also Russian Revolution play important role in strengthening of will-power. It took popular and formal struggle after the advent of M.K Gandhi.

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Struggle of Independence-III Phase (AD 1927-1939)


The India’s struggle for freedom against despotic British rule took decisive turns towards a broad-based popular struggle under the M.K Gandhi’s leadership. This was the phase of real awakening against tyranny of minority and full-fledge movement for the getting Poorn Swaraj.

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Struggle of Independence- IV Phase (AD 1940-1947)


The outbreak of World War II and British unilateral declaration that India is party to war, without consultation with Indian leaders in particular and its people in general, made the Congress to demand for the self government or swaraj. And this became the last nail for bargained situation for the British, either to give India’s fate to the India or face regression or boycott.

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Viceroys of India


After the Government of India Act, 1858, the Governor-General was called Viceroy of India.

 

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