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Revealing Facts about India’s Freedom Struggle by Rajnikant Puranik

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Timured/Mughal

Reign:

Alamgir III 2012-Present

Subject Year (Time):

1857

Author:

Rajnikant Puranik

Volume:

-

Edition:

-

Publisher & Place:

Rajnikant Puranik

Publisher Date:

2017

Languages:

English

ISBN 10|13:

978-1549967009 | 1549967002

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-250304

Description

This book presents a comprehensive view of all the main groups and individuals associated with the Indian Freedom Movement right since the late nineteenth century: Political Parties, Revolutionary Groups, INA, Revolutionaries, Gandhians, and Non-Gandhians. Particular of the prominent Muslim leaders, Britishers, and Governor Generals are also included. ‘Relevant International Timelines’ includes prominent international timelines relevant from the Indian angle. The mega chapter ‘Interesting Indian Timelines’ chronologically covers all timelines, events, and developments relevant to the Freedom Movement right since 1600 CE.

The last chapter ‘What Really Led to Freedom & Partition’ summarises the REAL reasons behind the Freedom, Partition, and Pakistan..

Table of Contents:-
1. Notable Personalities
DoB, DoD of Notable Personalities
Political Parties & Groups
Indian National Congress (INC)
All India Muslim League (AIML)
Hindu Mahasabha
Swaraj Party
The Unionist Party
Revolutionary Groups
Abhinav Bharat Society
Anushilan Samiti
Ghadar Party
Hindustan Republican Association (HRA/HSRA)
India House
Revolutionaries
Anant Laxman Kanhere
Batukeshwar Dutt
Bhagat Singh
Bhagawati Charan Vohra
Bhai Parmanand
Bhikaiji Rustom Cama
Birsa Munda
Chapekar Brothers
Jatin Das
Jatindranath Mukherjee aka Bagha Jatin
Khudiram Bose
Lala Har Dayal
Madan Lal Dhingra
Pandurang Sadashiv Khankhoje
Pulin Behari Das
Ram Prasad Bismil
Sachindra Nath Sanyal
Shivram Rajguru
Shyamji Krishna Varma
Sri Aurobindo
Sukhdev Thapar
Surya Sen
Taraknath Das
Udham Singh
Gandhi-Nehru’s Condemnable Condemnation:
Vasudev Balwant Phadke
Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Others
Personalities that Inspired Revolutionaries
Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
Giuseppe Mazzini
Swami Dayanand Saraswati
Swami Vivekananda
Bose(s) & INA
Rash Behari Bose
Subhas Chandra Bose
Indian National Army (INA)
Associated with Gandhi
Azad, Maulana Abul Kalam
Bordoloi, Gopinath
Gandhi , Mohandas Karamchand
Nehru, Jawaharlal
Patel, Vallabhbhai
Rajagopalachari, Chakravarti
Dr Rajendra Prasad
Non-Gandhians, Others
Baba Ram Chandra
Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Bipin Chandra Pal
Chittaranjan Das
Dadabhai Naoroji
Garhwali, Veer Chander Singh
Gopal Krishna Gokhale
Lala Lajpat Rai
Motilal Nehru
Shyama Prasad Mukherjee
Swami Shraddhanand
Vithalbhai Patel
VP Menon
Prominent Muslim Leaders
Aga Khan
Ali Brothers
Fazli Husain
Jinnah, Muhammad Ali
Iqbal, Sir Muhammad
Sir Sikandar Hyat Khan
Sir Syed Ahmad Khan
Zafrullah Khan
Prominent Britishers
Robert Clive
Allan Octavian Hume
Clement Richard Attlee
Winston Churchill
Prominent Governor-Generals
Warren Hastings
Charles Cornwallis
Richard Wellesley
Lord Minto I
Rawdon-Hastings (Earl of Moira)
William Bentinck
Lord Dalhousie
Charles Canning
Charles Lytton
Lord Ripon
Lord Curzon
Lord Minto II
Lord Hardinge II
Lord Chelmsford
Lord Reading
Lord Irwin
Lord Willingdon
Lord Linlithgow
Lord Wavell
Louis Mountbatten
2. Relevant International Timelines
Timelines of Prominent International Events
1915–17: Armenian Genocide by the Ottomans
7 November 1917 : “October” Revolution
18 July 1925
29 October 1929
1932-33 : Soviet Famine
WW-I Chronology & India’s Role
28 July 1914 to 11 November 1918
18 January 1919 to 21 July 1919
WW-I & India’s Massive Contribution
WW-II Chronology & India’s Role
India’s Role in WW-II
WW-II as a Military Training Opportunity for Indians
WW-II Chronology
3. Interesting Indian Timelines
A Few Significant Pre-1880 Timelines
1615–1757
31 December 1600, 1615: EIC
1751 : Robert Clive seizes Arcot
23 June 1757 : Battle of Plassey Heralds Company Rule
1769–70 : Great Bengal Famine
1772–1880
1772
1773
Sanyasi Revolt, 1773
1783–84 : Chalisa Famine
1791-92 : Famine in Madras Presidency
1799
1817-18
1828
1835
1837-38 : Agra Famine
1853
Santhal Rebellion, 1855
1857-58: First War of Independence Heralds British Raj
1859-60 : Indigo Revolt
1860-61 : Agra Famine
1865-67: Odisha Famine
1868-70: Rajputana Famine
1874-75: Deccan Riots
1876: Queen Victoria
1876-78: The Great Famine
Interesting Timelines : 1880–1910
1880–1897
1882 (1875): Vande Mataram
1883 : Revolutionary Phadke martyred
1883: Separate Muslim Electorates—Aga Khan
28 December 1885 : Foundation of INC
1886: Muhammadan Educational Conference
1896-97 Famine
1899-1900 Famine
Act of 1892
22 June 1897 : Chapekar Brothers’ Revenge
1897 : Tilak Sentenced
1899-1900: Birsa Munda’s Tribal Revolt/Ulgulan
1900–1910
24 March 1902: Anushilan Samiti
18 February 1905 : Shyamji’s IHRS
1 July 1905 : Shyamji’s India House
16 October 1905: Bengal Partition
1905 onwards : Swadeshi Movement
December 1906: AIML
1907: Shyamji Shifts to Paris
1907: Radicals vs. Moderates in the Congress
30 April 1908 : Khudiram Bose & Chaki throw Bombs
11 August 1908 : Khudiram Bose Hanged
1908 : Tilak Jailed
1909: The Indian Councils Act (Morley-Minto Reforms)
1909 : Savarkar’s Book
1 July 1909 : Madan Lal Dhingra’s Revolutionary Act
1909: Nasik Conspiracy Case
1910 : Savarkar’s Kalapani
Interesting Timelines : 1911–1920
1911–1915
12 December 1911: Bengal Partition Annulled
12 December 1911: Decision to Shift Capital to Delhi
15 December 1911: New Delhi Foundation Stone
Edwin Lutyens’ Contempt for Indians
27 December 1911: ‘Jana Gana Mana’
1913: Tagore gets Nobel
9 January 1915: Gandhi’s Return to India
1915: The Grand Ghadar Mutiny
1916 : The Lucknow Pact
1915–18 : All India Home Rule League
10 April 1917 : Champaran & Gandhi
1917–18: Sardar Patel’s Successful Agitations
1917: Start of Sardar Patel’s Association with Gandhi
1917 : Sardar Patel’s Fight Against Veth & Plague
1918 : Sardar Patel’s Kheda Agitation
1918 : Mainpuri Conspiracy
1918–19: Mont-Ford Reforms & the GoI Act
1919: Rowlatt Acts & Satyagraha
1919 : Jallianwala Bagh Massacre
Interesting Timelines : 1920–1922
1920
Kisan Movement in UP in 1920s
1920 : Chamber of Princes
1920–22: Khilafat & Non-Cooperation Movement (KNCM)
1922: Swaraj Party
1924: Atatürk Abolishes Caliphate
Failure of Gandhi’s KNCM
Aug-Sep 1921 : Moplah Anti-Hindu Attacks
Interesting Timelines : 1923–1927
1923: Jabalpur & Nagpur Satyagraha
Jabalpur National Flag Hoisting
Nagpur Satyagraha
Sardar Patel’s Winning Role
1923: Patel’s Successful Borsad Satyagraha
9-11 September 1924 : Kohat Anti-Hindu Attacks
9 August 1925 : Kakori Train Robbery
17–19 December 1927 : Ram Prasad Bismil and Others Hanged
Interesting Timelines : 1929–1933
1928: Patel’s Successful Bardoli Satyagraha
3 February 1928 : Simon Commission
17 November 1928 : Lala Lajpat Rai Martyred
1928: Motilal Nehru Report
1929–30: Nehru’s Unjust Anointment as Congress President
1930: CV Raman gets Nobel
18 April 1930 : Surya Sen & Chittagong Armoury Raid
1928–31 : Lahore Conspiracy Case, etc.
17 December 1928: Saunders’ killing
8 April 1929: Assembly Bombing
1929: Further Arrests
Jun-Oct 1929 : Memorable Hunger Strike by Revolutionaries
Jatin's Famous Fast & Martyrdom
Gandhi’s Convoluted Reaction
February 1931 : Azad Met Nehru
27 February 1931 : Chandrashekhar Azad Martyred
23 March 1931 : Bhagat Singh & Others Martyred
No Effort by Gandhi or Congress to Save Bhagat Singh & Co.
Gandhi’s Comments on Bhagat Singh
1930: Congress Call for “Purna Swaraj”
1930: Dandi March & Salt Satyagraha
21 May 1930: Dharasana Salt Works
1930: Qissa Khwani Bazaar Massacre & Garhwali
Gandhi’s Shameful Stand
1930–31: First Round Table Conference (RTC-1)
10 February 1931: The New Capital New Delhi Inaugurated
1931: Gandhi-Irwin Pact
March 1931 : Karachi Congress; Sardar Patel as President
Sep–Dec 1931: Second Round Table Conference (RTC-2)
1932: Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM), Phase-II
Aug–Sep 1932: The Communal Award &Gandhi–Ambedkar Poona Pact
1932: Third Round Table Conference (RTC-3)
November 1932: Name ‘Pakistan’
Interesting Timelines : 1934–1938
Government of India (GoI) Act 1935
1934-37: Elections
Rebuff to Jinnah by Nehru that proved costly.
Interesting Timelines : 1939–1942
Jan-1939: Gandhi vs. Subhas: Presidential Election
October 1939 : Anti-Hindu Riots in Sindh
1940 : Udham Singh Avenges Jallianwala
Congress, Britain & WW-II
3 September 1939: Declaration of WW-II
Oct-1939: Congress Conditions
Nov-1939: Resignation of Congress Ministries
March 1940 : League’s Lahore Resolution
1940–46: Congress Descent & League Ascendency
July 1940–1941
July 1940 : Rajaji’s Proposal
October 1940: Selective Individual Disobedience
May 1941
August-September 1941
23 December 1941: Congress Reviews its Stand
1940-42: Netaji Subhas Escapes
March-April 1942 : Cripps Mission
Apr-1942: CR’s Formula on Pakistan
August-1942: Quit India Movement
Interesting Timelines : 1944
May 1944 Onwards: Gandhi’s Major Come-Down Moves
Sep 1944: Gandhi’s Parleys with Jinnah
Side-lining of Gandhi
1943–44: British Gift—The Great Bengal Famine
Interesting Timelines : 1945–1946
15 June 1945: Release of Nehru, Patel, etc.
25 June 1945 : Shimla Conference
Bose, INA Trials & Mutiny
18 August 1945: False Claim of Netaji’s Death
November 1945—May 1946 : INA Red-Fort Trials
February 1946 : Mutiny in the Indian Army
End 1945—1946 : Elections
Election Results
1945–46: Azad’s Blunders in Sind, Punjab and Bengal
26 April 1946 : Nehru Usurps Congress Presidentship
March—June 1946 : Cabinet Mission Plan
1946: Muslim League’s Direct Action (Riots)
2 September 1946 : Interim Government
Oct–1946: Noakhali Anti-Hindu Killings
Dec–1946 : Constituent Assembly
Interesting Timelines : 1947
Feb–1947: Attlee’s “Quit India” Deadline
8 March 1947: Patel & Partition, the Lesser Evil
22 March 1947: Mountbatten Arrives
Gandhi’s 1-Apr-1947 Offer for Jinnah
May-1947 Onwards: Freedom & Partition
May 1947: Mountbatten’s Initial Plan that Failed
10 May 1947 : Patel Agrees to Partition
30 May 1947 : Patel Refuses East-West Corridor to Jinnah
June 1947: VP Menon–Mountbatten Plan
2 June 1947 : CWC Ratification of Partition Plan
3 June 1947 : Mountbatten announced the Partition Plan
14 June 1947 AICC Meet to Ratify Partition, backed by Gandhi
August 1947 : Radcliffe Lines
14-15 August 1947
Aug-Dec 1947 : Partition of Assets
4. What Really Led to Freedom & Partition
What Really led to Freedom
What Really led to Partition & Pakistan

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