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Abdul Ghaffar Khan was commonly known as the Frontier Gandhi. He was born in the year 1890. He was also known as Bacha Khan and… Read More
The Rowlatt Satyagraha was formed against the Rowlatt Act. Rowlatt’s Satyagraha took place in 1919. The Rowlatt Act was one of the most challenging laws… Read More
Periodization enables us to comprehend the order of distinct occurrences as well as their outcomes. It captures the key characteristics of a specific era and… Read More
Nationalism emerged as a political and social ideology in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, stressing the significance of a nation or people based… Read More
Tipu Sultan, the monarch of the Kingdom of Mysore in Southern India from 1750 to 1799, was recognized for his military strength as well as… Read More
Even after independence from British rule, women still hadn’t achieved independence and are struggling for it. But reformers have tried to reform our society and… Read More
Mahatma Gandhi had a perception that English education has enslaved Indians as colonial education created a certain sense of inferiority in the minds of Indians… Read More
The August Movement, also known as the Quit India Movement, was a watershed moment in the Indian National Movement. It was an August 1942 civil… Read More
Indian education was examined both historically and sociologically during British colonization. It is worth noting that British colonial authorities implemented policies and initiatives aimed at… Read More
The period between 1919-1948 is known as the “Gandhian Era” because of the initiatives which were taken by Mahatma Gandhi to attain independence for India… Read More
Birsa’s vision of a golden age refers to the utopian vision and ideal society imagined by Birsa Munda, a 19th-century tribal leader and folk hero… Read More
In the nineteenth century, Jyotirao Phule was a social crusader and reformer in India. He is regarded as a prominent figure in India’s social and… Read More
Lower-caste populations, which had previously faced substantial discrimination and exclusion based on the caste system, had the opportunity to benefit from the significant changes to… Read More
The national personification of India as a mother goddess is known as Bharat Mata (Hindi, from Sanskrit ), Mother India, or Bharatamba (from amba’mother’). She… Read More
B. R. Ambedkar (1891-1956) was an Indian jurist, economist, politician, and social reformer who is considered the father of the Indian Constitution. He was a… Read More

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