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Asked by Minna Basheer

Oct 9, 2014

Please provide the political map of India with the main centres of revolt marked on it.

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Asked by Rythem

Sep 12, 2014

Who are Dikus?


The word Dikus means outsiders.Dikus were the people who made the tribal people depend on them, thereby causing them a lot of misery and suffering. The outsider...

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Asked by Anirudhan

Jun 28, 2014

why dates are important?


Dates act as a milestone. They help us to differ different types of events, they tell us about the events positionand different development which took place. They also act as a la...

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Asked by Manal V

Jan 5, 2015

What was the difference between the educational views of Mahatma Gandhi and Rabindranath Tagore?

Mahatma Gandhi thought that the western education was hampering the Indian culture .He also felt that the ideas of western education could modernise the Indian people but could not educate them .
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Asked by Manal V

Jan 5, 2015

Why did Mahatma Gandhi think that English education had enslaved Indians?

Mahatma Gandhi felt that colonial education had enslaved Indians and created a sense of inferiority in the minds of Indians. It made them see Western civilisation as superior, and destroyed the pride they had i...

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Asked by Dn Singh

Jan 4, 2015

Why Gandhiji choose to break the salt law?

The British introduced a law stating that the Government had control over the manufacture and sale of salt. It also impose...

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Asked by Ratnadeep Mishra

Feb 24, 2015

Who were moderates?How did they propose to struggle against the British rule?

Those Congress leaders were called Moderates who were "moderate" in their o...

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Asked by Eshita Mehta

Dec 17, 2014

Describe the roles of revolutionaries in the freedom movement in India?

Role of Revolutionaries in the Indian Nationalist Movement:

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Asked by Saranya Sabarinath

Feb 20, 2015

What helped TISCO expand steel production during the First World War? 

In the late nineteenth century, India was importing steel that was manufactured in Britain.
Expansion of the railways in India had provided a huge market for rails that Brit...

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Asked by Atharva Anturkar

Apr 15, 2015

How did James mill divided Indian history?

James mill a Scottish economist and political philosopher published a massive three volume work - a history of British . In this he divided indian history into three periods- hindu; Muslim and British

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