Found 69 Articles for Mediveal Indian History

Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:57:55
Introduction Bal Gangadhar Tilak other name was Lokmanya Tilak was the head of the Indian Independence Movement. He was part of the extremist faction. His other name was Father of India Unrest. He was the head of the Fergusson College in Pune. He was head of the Indian Home Rule League. The Lucknow Pact with Mohammad Ali Jinnah was finished by him in the year 1916 and concluded Hindu- Muslim unity as a national struggle. Who was Bal Gangadhar Tilak? Bal Gangadhar Tilak was born in Ratnagiri in the year July 23, 1856. He was a famous scholar and mathematician ... Read More

August Offer

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:57:07
Introduction August offer was proposed by that time Viceroy of India and it was suggested in August month of 1940 for this reason this offer was named August offer. The August offer mainly originated in May 1940 when a modification was going on in the government in Britain. The Prime minister of Britain was changed and France also falls that altered the characteristics of the Indian Congress from stunning to delicate. At that time Britain was in fear that the Nazi occupation would take over. The Congress government determined to give a hand to the British government in that tough ... Read More

The Rise of Gandhi in Indian Freedom Struggle

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:56:10
Introduction India got freedom after the contribution of lots of freedom fighters. Mahatma Gandhi was one of the Indian freedom fighters who believed in non-violent movements to force the Britishers to quit India and bring freedom. He also emerged in the political strategy in India due to his ability of leadership skills. Gandhi’s contribution to the Indian struggle for freedom Gandhi’s return to India from South Africa in 1915 added significant changes to bring freedom to India. He performed as a leader in the national campaigns that had demanded Swaraj or brought freedom for India, along with women's rights, ... Read More

The Regulating Act of 1773

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:55:27
Introduction In the year 1773, the Regulating Act was mainly introduced to form an administrative system as the central part of British India. The East India Company required some operational changes. The act was introduced not to take full control but to regulate various activities of the company Overview of the Regulating Act, 1773 The Regulating Act was an act introduced by the British Parliament. It was passed for controlling major territories of Bengal under the East India Company. The company faced financial issues at a very high level by 1773. The trading firm was constituted in a monopolistic manner ... Read More

The Permanent Settlement of Bengal

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:54:47
Introduction The PSB system was introduced in India in 1793 with the active support and participation of Lord Cornwallis. England’s prevailing system, associated with land revenue is one of the main sources of the emergence of the PSB system. This system of England presents maximum benefits to the property owners, as they were the permanent master of all of their individual holdings. In return, the property owners used to collect taxes and revenues from all peasants and take care of their interests. Introduction The PSB system was introduced in India in 1793 with the active support and participation of Lord ... Read More

The Lucknow Pact, 1916

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:54:05
Introduction Lucknow Pact was very significant in the history of India as this pact increase the power in the politics of India. After the pact, communalism was set up because this pact made a mutual understanding between the two parties in terms of their struggle process against the torture of the British. The Lucknow Pact: Background Muslim League was established in the year 1906 and at the initial stage; it was a moderate institution to be focused on the officials of the British. Lord Chelmsford solicited suggestions for reformation from all political parties to support them to ... Read More

The Government of India Act 1919

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:53:28
Introduction The Government of India Act 1919 was an administrative act that was launched in 1919 to accommodate Indians in the governance of their very own country. This Bill was launched as per the recommendations of the then secretary of state for India, Edwin Montagu, and Lord Chelmsford, India’s victory, (1916-1921). Important features of the Government of India Act 1919 Some of the notable attributes are mentioned below Provincial government Executive Diarchy was brought forth to divide the power between executive councillors and the ministers. Governor was acknowledged as the executive head of a province Reserved and transferred lists ... Read More

The Charter Act 1853

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:52:43
Introduction Britishers entered India in the year 1600 on August 24 in form of EIC. At the time when this charter was issued by the Queen of Great Britain (Elizabeth I), the Britishers achieved their rights of trading in India. EIC then also got the privilege and freedom over the money that can be earned in Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa. The Britishers started to rule the territories of India through the guidelines of this act. Overview of The Charter Act 1853 The sepoy mutiny outbreak and EIC captured the power to govern the Indian government and forged direct ... Read More

Subsidiary Alliance

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:52:01
Introduction The Nawab of Awadh was the first person to enter into that treaty after the battle of Buxar during the period of the Subsidiary Alliance. This treaty was first formed by the governor-general of India whose name was Lord Wellesley. It first came into use by the French governor-general Marquis Dupleix. It was also pioneered by the French East India Company governor who later on created the treaties with the Nizam of Hyderabad and with other princes of India. What was the Subsidiary Alliance? The Subsidiary Alliance was actually a policy of Non-Intervention that was mainly made to develop ... Read More

Revolutionaries in the Indian Freedom Movement

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 02-Feb-2023 10:51:01
Introduction The Indian freedom fights tell the saga of sacrifice and bravery. Many young men and women had sacrificed their lives to achieve the country’s freedom from the British Raj. Some famous revolutionaries who have sacrificed their lives for this cause were Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Subash Chandra Bose, Lala Lajpat Rai, Bhagat Singh, Rani Lakshmi Bai and many more. All the historic fights fought by these fighters happened from 1857-1947 What was the Indian Freedom Movement? Figure 1: Revolutionary Movements of India Indian Freedom Movement was a series of various revolutionary movements by their revolutionary ... Read More
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