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Civil Disobedience Movement, Repression and Reaction 1930-35

S Ram (Author) R. Kumar (Author)
Synopsis With the commencement of the fourth decade, the book gained momentum on account of significant events. The Lahore Congress under the Presidentship of Jawaharlal Nehru gave the final verdict of complete independence on the banks of river Ravi. The political programme commenced with the Dandi March under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi resulting into the historic salt satyagraha. It greatly awakened the masses and made them aware rather well awakened towards the path to Swaraj. People now began to feel that the Gandhian technique of satyagraha must pay them the desired dividends. The theme has been covered into nineteen chapters along with comprehensive index. It has dealt with Nehru's ideology from 1930 onward, specially when he declared the complete independence as the main clause of its manifesto. With the relevant historical background, it has touched upon the march on foot from Sabarmati Ashram to Dandi with 78 followers. The next chapter has covered the public response to the Dandi March and breach of salt law. Indeed the commencement of civil disobediance movement in 1930 is a unique phenomenon in the annals of Indian sub-continent. The role of women has been highlighted. Besides the role of Sardar Patel gives us a glimpse of his patriotic fervour, commencing from the Bardoli Satyagraha to the Congress session at Karachi. The Government of India Act 1935 has been assessed. In fact Dr. Rajendra Prasad played the significant role in the long-drawn political developments in our country.
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About the authors

S Ram

Dr. S. Ram, is a versatile genius. A wide spectrum person – an educational scientist and administrator, and a celebrated author, having over three decades professional standing, currently he is an Advocate, Supreme Court of India.

R. Kumar

Dr. R. Kumar is an accomplished writer,prominent ophthalmologist, eminent socio-medical scientist, diligent social worker, organizer par excellence and a noted public health educator of North India. He has been writing in English, Hindi and Punjabi. He has written on all aspects of health and has over 60 books to his credit. He has been writing regularly for the health columns of different newspaper e.g. The Tribune, The Indian Express, Danik Bhaskar, etc. Besides, he has organized several seminars and conferences to further the cause of medical science and to bolster the aspect of continuing medical educating for the benefit of doctors in practice or in service. Born at Keorak (Haryana) on January 26, 1946, he worked at Nehru Hospital, Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh (PGI), Chandigarh from 1968-73. He had his early education at DAV College, Jalandhar (1961-63). He joined Govt. Medical College, Patiala and passed in flying colours (19668). Then he acquired his higher degree of specialization in Opthalmology in 1971 from PGI, in first attempt. He had set up his own private modern Eye Clinic for consultation/treatment of patients, first in Sector 15 in the year 1974 and then shifted. He has been President/Secretary of several medical association from time to time. He continues to organize seminars and CMEs for the benefit of doctors and health education and awareness programmes for the public.

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Bibliographic information

Title Civil Disobedience Movement, Repression and Reaction 1930-35
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8131101292
length v+394p
Subjects History