Mahatma Gandhi sent a letter to Viceroy Irwin in January 1930 with 11 demands. What was the most stirring demand?
The most stirring demand was the demand to abolish the salt tax. Salt was the most essential food item and the tax on salt revealed the most oppressive face of the British rule in India.
When did the Jallianwala Bagh incident occur?
The Jallianwala Bagh incident occurred on April 13, 1919.
On March 5, 1931, Mahatma Gandhi agreed to enter into a pact with:
On March 5, 1931, the Gandhi-Irwin pact was signed, and Mahatma Gandhi consented to participate in a Round Table Conference in London.
An offer of 'Dominion Status' to India was announced by:
An offer of 'Dominion Status' was announced by Viceroy Irwin in October 1929.
Which of these is a book written by Mahatma Gandhi?
Hind Swaraj was written by Mahatma Gandhi in 1909.
Satyagraha is the power of truth based on non-violence. It is a pure soul force in which the oppressed appeal to the conscience of the oppressor.
A significant and unique feature of the Civil Disobedience Movement, which lacked in the Non-Cooperation Movement, was the participation of:
Women participated in the Civil Disobedience Movement widely, as they felt serving the nation was the sacred duty of women.
What is 'Vande Mataram?'
'Vande Mataram' is a hymn to the motherland, and now India's national song.
Who designed the Swaraj flag?
By 1921, Mahatma Gandhi had designed the Swaraj flag.
FICCI was formed in:
FICCI (the Federation of the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries) was formed in 1927.
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar demanded separate electorates for the:
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar demanded separate electorates for the Dalits.
What does a picket mean?
Picketing is a form of demonstration in which people block the entrance of a factory or an office.
Who wrote 'Vande Mataram'?
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay wrote 'Vande Mataram'.
The Swaraj Party was formed by:
Motilal Nehru and C. R. Das formed the Swaraj Party to press for a return to council politics.
Through the summer of 1920, with whom did Mahatma Gandhi tour India extensively to mobilise support for the upcoming Non-Cooperation Movement?
Through the summer of 1920, Mahatma Gandhi toured India extensively with Shaukat Ali to mobilise support for the upcoming Non-Cooperation Movement.
The nationalist movement in India was connected to:
The nationalist movement in India is connected to the anti-colonial movement as people began discovering their unity in the process of their struggle against colonialism.
Mahatma Gandhi decided to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement in:
Mahatma Gandhi decided to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement in February 1922.
In which year did the prices of commodities increase two-fold, leading to extreme hardships for the common man?
Through the war years, the prices increased two-fold, between 1913 and 1918, leading to extreme hardships for the poor and common people.
The Salt March was from Sabarmati Ashram to:
The Salt March was from the Sabarmati Ashram to the coastal town of Dandi. The distance was over 240 miles.
The Patidars are rich peasants of:
The Patidars are rich peasants of Gujarat.
Mahatma Gandhi's novel method of mass agitation was:
Mahatma Gandhi's novel method of mass agitation was called Satyagraha.
What was Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan also known as?
Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan - a devout disciple of Mahatma Gandhi - was also known as Frontier Gandhi.
Around World War I, what was the new policy introduced by the British in India?
Around World War I, since defence expenditure increased, the British government raised custom duties and introduced income tax in India.
In the cities, the Non-Cooperation Movement started with the participation of the:
In the cities, the Non-Cooperation Movement started with the participation of the middle class.
The Hartal led by Mahatma Gandhi on April 6, 1919, was against ____.
The Hartal led by Mahatma Gandhi on April 6, 1919, was against the Rowlatt Act.
Who led the Khilafat Movement?
The Khilafat Movement was led by Shaukat Ali.
The Justice Party belonged to:
The Justice Party was the party of non-Brahmins in Madras.
The officer who ordered his soldiers to fire upon the people at Jallianwala Bagh was ____.
General Dyer was the officer who ordered his soldiers to fire upon the people at Jallianwala Bagh.
After the failure of the Round Table Conference, who spread militant activities?
After the failure of the Round Table Conference, the bussiness groups that were assisting financially, were not uniformly enthusistic and spread the militant activities.
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