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68th Independence Day:

68 th Independence Day Happy Independence Day


Introduction Vasco Da Gama landed at Calicut on the western coast of India The Dutch, the British, and the French traders came to India in the seventh century At the time, the Mughals were the mighty power in India

Activites of the European Nation:

Activites of the European Nation To facilitate their trade permits from the Mughal emperor the Portuguese,Dutch,British and the French trading companies had established their factories on India. The European traders exploited this situation to their own advantage

Conflict between British and Marathas:

Conflict between British and Marathas Mumbai was the chief centre of British in Western India. After the death of Peshwa Madhavrao, Raghunathrao in his greed for the seat of the Peshwa, asked the British. Thus the British entered into the Marathas politics The first Anglo-Marathas war ended with treaty of Salbai in 1782

The Flare up:

The Flare up The First salvo of the uprising was fired on 29 March 1857 in the Barrackpore Cantonment The British Officer who was forcing the use of cartridges was shot by Mangal Pandey. The entire battalion of Indian Soldiers in Merath Cantonment rose in the revolt. Bahadur Shah Jafar, the Mughal Emperor was given the leadership of this uprising

Foundation of Indian National Congress:

Foundation of Indian National Congress The first session of Indian National Congress was held in The Gokuldas Tejpal Sanskrit Pathshala in Mumbai on 28 December 1885 Wyomesh Chandra Banerjee was the first president of this session. Seventy-two representatives from different state were included in the session.

Gandhiji arrives in India:

Gandhiji arrives in India Gandhiji returned in India in 1915 from South Africa. He took up the cause of the peasant and workers in India . He took the novel path of the way of Satyagraha for this cause.

Jallianwala Bag Massacre:

Jallianwala Bag Massacre Gandhiji was not allowed to enter Punjab. General Gyre issued orders banning public meetings in Amritsar. A meeting was called at Jallianwala Bag Massacre in Amritsar on 13 April 1919 on the occasion of Baisakhi festivals. About four hundreds men and women were killed in the massacre and hundreds were wounded

Non-co-operation Movements:

Non-co-operation Movements The Indian National Congress passed the resolution of the non-co-operation movement. Gandhiji was vested with full power regarding the Non-co-operation A programme regarding the boycott of all government offices, foreign goods, schools and colleges was finalized

Video on Civil Disobedence Movement:

Video on Civil Disobedence Movement

Quit India Movement:

Quit India Movement The Congress Working Committee passed at Wardha that British Should leave India. The movement was moved by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 8 August. Gandhiji said,” Every one of you should from this moment consider yourself a free man and women”. The mantra was “ Do or Die”.

Indian National Army:

Indian National Army Subhash Chandra Bose was twice elected for president of Indian National Congress. He made opinion the while England was engaged in Second World war, India should take advantages of this situation. Subhash Chandra Bose had made the Indian National Army.

India became free:

India became free After a long time the second World War came to an end. England lost many things in this World War. England realized that it was very difficult for them to continue their rule in India . Afterwards, India got Independence on 15 th August 1947.Pandit Nehru took the responsibility power as the first prime minister of free India. The Indian constitution come into - 26 th January 1950

We should always remember our Martyrs and Missile Man of India- Abdul Kalam.:

We s hould always remember our Martyrs and Missile Man of India- Abdul Kalam.

APJ Abdul Kalam:

APJ Abdul Kalam

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