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Immediately after Independence, the country had to face serious problems of rehabilitation of millions of refugees due to the unfortunate partition of
Indian Subcontinent benefitted more than it lost from the experience of British Colonialism - A Critical Analysis The apologists of the colonialism gi
The Revolt of 1857 is one of the most important chapters in the history of India’s struggle for freedom. There is a lack of consensus among historians
National Consciousness was an outcome of the overall impact of British rule and its exploitative policies. The British colonial rule not only affected
The war ended in Europe in April 1945 and with it India’s struggle for independence entered a new phase. The 1942 Revolt and the INA episode revealed
Gandhi was a profound political leader and thinker who constantly experimented with truth and therefore changed and developed his understanding of soc
Within few years of his return from South Africa, Gandhi emerged as an undisputed leader of the Indian national Congress as well as that of the Indian
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A careful study of the nineteenth century India suggests that following causes/reasons were responsible for the socio-religious reform movements and c
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