Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Nationalism in India

Q.1 Why did Gandhiji decide to launch a nationwide Satyagraha against the proposed Rowlatt Act 1919? Explain any three reasons.

Q.2 Mention any three efforts made by Gandhiji to get Harijans their rights.

Q.3 Describe briefly any three economic effects of Non-Cooperation Movement.

Q.4 Mention any three reasons by which the rich peasant communities took active participation in the civil disobedience movement.

Q.5 Describe in brief the reactions of the people immediately after Jallianwalla Bagh incident.

Q.6 Describe the main features of the Civil Disobedience Movement in 1930.

Q.7 Explain the reasons for relaunching the Civil Disobedience Movement by Gandhiji.

Q.8 Explain the new political and economic situations, created during First World War in India.

Q.9 Explain the circumstances in which Non- Cooperation Movement gradually slowed down in cities.

Q.10 Mention three main proposals with reference to Non-Cooperation Movement a suggested by Mahatma Gandhi.

Q.11 How did the First World War help in the growth of the National Movement in India?

Q.12 What is meant by Satyagraha, as advocated by Gandhiji?

Q.13 Examine the Satyagraha movement organised by Gandhiji between 1916-1918.

Q.14 Why did Gandhiji decide to organise 'hartal' on 6th April 1919. How did the police react to it?

Q.15 Why was the Khilafat Movement supported by Gandhiji in 1919? What was his main aim?

Q.16 Examine the main features of Gudem Rebellion.

Q.17 State any four factors responsible for the growth of nationalism in India.

Q.18 Examine the methods adopted by Indians during the Non-Cooperation Movement.

Q.19 Explain the condition of the plantation workers during colonial rule.

Q.20 What is known as Gandhi-Irwin Pact?

Q.21 Examine the role of women in the course of Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.22 Why did the Muslims fail to respond to call of a united struggle  during during Civil Disobedience Movement?

Q.23 Describe briefly the 'Salt March' undertaken by Mahatma Gandhi.

Q.24 Examine incidents leading to the Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre. How did the Government react to Satyagrahis?

Q.25. Explain the grievances of the peasants against the government. What steps were taken to organise peasant movement to fulfill their demands?

Q.26 Examine the main features of peasant movement during Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.27 Why did the growth of nationalism in the colonies linked to anti-colonial movements?

Q.28 Critically examine the main aspects of Indian National Movement during the period between 1920 to 1935.

Q.29 How was Civil Disobedience Movement different from the earlier movement?

Q.30 Assess the role of Mahatma Gandhi in the National Movement with special reference to the methods adopted by him.

Q.31 Why di Indian National Congress change its goal from Swaraj to Purna Swaraj?

Q.32 Examine the role of different groups of people during the Non-Cooperation Movement. How did these movements merge into one movement under the leadership of Gandhiji?

Q.32 Describe the new method of agitation started by Gandhiji.

Q.33 Describe the early experiments on Satyagraha initiated by Gandhiji.

Q.34 Why is Satyagraha not to be classified as passive resistance according to Gandhiji?

Q.35 Describe the reaction of the people to Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre. How did the British respond?

Q.36 How did the Non-Cooperation Movement unfold?

Q.37 What were the demands made by the peasants of Awadh during the Non-Cooperation Movement?

Q.38 When and why was the Rowlatt Act passed?

Q.39 How did the plantation workers of Assam interpret the idea of Swaraj?

Q.40 How did the First World War help in the growth of the National Movement in India?

Q.41 How did the popular prints and symbols led to the rise of the sense of collective belonging in India?

Q.42 Prove, giving evidences, that India was emerging as a nation with voices wanting freedom from colonial rule.

Q. 43 Describe the two important factors that shaped the political situation in the late 1920s.

Q.44 In what ways did Gamdhiji inspire Alluri Sitaram Raju of Andhra Pradesh?

Q.45 Describe the reaction of the people to the SimonCommission.

Q.46 Describe the reaction of Congress leaders to Lord Irwin's proposals in October 1929.

Q.47 List the important pledges taken on 26th January, 1930.

Q.48 What were the decisions made in the Lahore session of the Congress in 1929?

Q. 49 What were the agreements reached in the Gandhi-Irwin Pact?

Q.50 When and why did Gandhiji call off the Civil Disobedience Movement?

Q. 51 Describe the reaction of the British to the Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.52 Who was Abdul Gaffar  Khan? What was his contribution to the Civil Disobedience Movement?

Q.53 Describe the attitude of the business classes towards the Civil Disobedience after the failure of the Round Table Conferences.

Q.54 Bring out the attitude of th Congress towards the Dalits.

Q.55 How did Gandhiji view the Dalits?

Q.56 Who organised the Depressed Classes Association and with what aims?

Q.57 What was the outcome of the Poona Pact? How did it benefit the Dalits?

Q. 58 What were the solutions found by the Dalit leaders for the problems faced by the community?

Q. 59 Explain the role played by the national flag in unifying the people of India.

Q. 60 Analyse the ways in which the image of Bharat Mata became an integral part of the national struggle .

Q. 61 Evaluate the response to the Muslims to Gandhi's call for Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.62 Describe the important incidents of people's participation during civil disobedience movement (other than Dandi March).

Q.63 Mention the provisions of Gandhi-Irwin Pact.

Q.64 Describe the contribution made by Alluri Sitarama Raju to the non-cooperation movement in Andhra Pradesh.

Q.65 Describe the important developments that took place in the years of World  War I and after in the Indian National Movement.

Q.66  What was the impact of the Rowlatt Act Satyagraha on the political situation in India?

Q.67 Trace the rise of peasant agitation under the leadership of Baba Ramchandra and J.L.Nehru in Awadh.

Q.68 Examine the interpretation of Swaraj made by tribals of Andhra Pradesh and how did they participate in theNon-Cooperation Movement.

Q.69 How did the plantation workers of Assam interpret Mahatma Gandhi's notion of Swaraj?

Q.70 Describe the nature of demands made by Gandhiji in the 11-point ultimatum made to Irwin in 1930.

Q.71 Describe the reaction of the Congress leaders to Lord Irwin's proposal in October,1929.

Q.72 Describe the 'Dandi March'.

Q.73 Why did rich peasant communities join Civil Disobedience Movement?

Q.74  Describe people's participation in the Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.75 Describe the response of the business classes to Gandhi's call for the Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.76 Describe the response of the working classes to Gandhiji's call for the Civil Disobedience Movement.

Q.77 "An important feature of the Civil Disobedience Movement was th  large-scale participation of women". Elucidate.

Q.78 Bring out the differences that emerged between Congress and the Muslim League on political issues.

Q.79 Describe and analyse the processes that helped India emerge as a nation in the late 19th century.

Q.80 Assess the role played by folk lores in spreading the ideas of nationalism in India.

Q.81 In what ways did reinterpretation of history help in creating a sense of unity and nationalism?

Q.82 Analyse the role played by icons/symbols in unifying the people of India.









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