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Freedom Movement & Constitutional Development in India

S.P. Nanda (Author)
Synopsis Freedom Movement in India forms an important epoch in the pages of history. Nationalism and patriotism are valuable sentiments as they generate a passion for political regeneration leading to the achievement of freedom. The great upheaval of 1857 was in reality a product of the accumulated grievances of the people against the British Rule. It became a prelude to the long drama of the epoch making Freedom Movement. The colonial character of the British Rule led to the development of a powerful anti-imperialist movement in India. The year 1885 witnessed the birth of the Indian National Congress. Till the end of 19th century, the congress primarily demanded only Reform, not Freedom. Indian nationalism nurtured by constitutional agitation and watered by the revolutionaries assumed a new dimension with the entry of Gandhi in Indian politics in 1919. The present publication is not only useful as a textbook to the students of several universities but also helps to stimulate an awakening of National consciousness among the younger generation.
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About the author

S.P. Nanda

Dr. S.P. Nanda is in the P.G. Department of history, Rajendra College (Autonomous), Bolangir. He has contributed a number of Researc papers in various journals. He is also a member of a number of professional institutions. He has authored History of Modern World, Economic and Social history of Modern India, Modern Europe and the World, History of Modern India, Landmarks in present preparing the History of Ancient India and Medieval Indian History.

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Title Freedom Movement & Constitutional Development in India
Author S.P. Nanda
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178882051
length xii+287p., Appendices; Bibliography; 23cm.
Subjects History