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|BA.LLB (Hons.) 5 Year||IV||History -II|
HISTORY – II
A new phase in Indian History began with the coming of the British in 17th century. . The British also opened our society to Liberal and Western ideas. The social and religious reforms and Liberal ideas gave rise to Nationalism in India which was followed by Freedom movement in our country. The freedom movement took the form of National Movement under Indian National Congress and Mahatma Gandhi. In the late 19th and early 20th century.
The study of the course Aims at understanding various cultural heritages of modern India and to preserve our entity in the present trend of changing cultural phenomena.
MODULE-1 Social Religious Reform Movements in the 19th Century in India.
- Brahmo Samaj (1828 AD) Raja Ram Mohan Roy.(1774-1833 AD)
- Arya Samaj (1875AD) Swami Dayanand Saraswati
MODULE-II Rise of Nationalism in India
Rise of Nationalism in India during 19th Century,
The Causes of its rise.
MODULE-III Indian National Movement
- Indian National Movement (1885-1947)
- Birth of Indian National Congress. (1885
- Period of Moderates in Indian National Congress ( 1885-1905)
- Indian Councils Act of 1892
- Rise of Extreme nationalism in India.
- The era of Extreme nationalism; its causes, Its leadership;
- Lal Bal Pal.
- Act of 1909: Morely Minto Reforms
- Government of India Act, 1919
- Gandhian Era in Indian National Movement..1919- 1947)
- Non -Cooperation Movement (1920)
- Simon Commission, Nehro Report, Jinnah Fourteen Point Formula.
- Civil Disobedience Movement (1931)
- Round Table Conference, Government of India Act, 1935
- Quit India Movement.
- Indian National Army under Subhash Chander Bose.
- Partition of India and Role of Revolutionaries in the freedom struggle of India.
- Independence of India Act 1947