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Rujuta Killedar

Mar 5, 2015

Why growth of nationalism is linked to an anti colonial movement.?

why growth of nationalism in the colonies is linked to an anti colonial movement.???

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Aruna kumari Sripada

The growth of modern nationalism is intimately connected to the anti-colonial movement in India, just like in any other country.

In the process of their struggle with colonialism people began discovering their unity.

Anti-colonial movement gave a strong issue to the people with which they could identify and could come on a common platform.

All though each class or group of people felt that they were being oppressed under colonialism, the effects of colonialism were felt differently.

Hence, the growth of nationalism in the colonies is linked to an anti-colonial movement. 

Syeda

Answer.

The growth of modern nationalism is intimately connected to the anti-colonial movement in India, just like in any other country.
In the process of their struggle with colonialism people began discovering their unity.
Anti-colonial movement gave a strong issue to the people with which they could identify and could come on a common platform.
All though each class or group of people felt that they were being oppressed under colonialism, the effects of colonialism were felt differently.

Agam Gupta

India was one of the colonies of Britain, which was in the need of nationalism to gain freedom. This scenario can also be interpreted as an anti-colonial movement, since Indians were wanted the eradication of colonial rule from Britain.
In India the Ali-Brothers started the Khilafat movement to influence the British Empire to protect Ottoman King, who was regarded as the leader of Muslim's world-wide. This movement soon won the support of Mahatma Gandhi and the Hindu Congress, for the cause of uniting India's two most populous religions, namely Hinduism and Islam.
Therefore, the foreign ruler Ottoman King's struggle against anti-colonial rule from another kingdom, became closely connected with India's nationalist movement.

Satishchandra Chitrapu

India was one of the colonies of Britain, which was in dire need of nationalism to gain freedom. This scenario can also be interpreted as an anti-colonial movement, since Indians were wanted the eradication of colonial rule from Britain.
In India the Ali-Brothers started the Khilafat movement to influence the British Empire to protect Ottoman King, who was regarded as the leader of Muslim's world-wide. This movement soon won the support of Mahatma Gandhi and the Hindu Congress, for the cause of uniting India's two most populous religions, namely Hinduism and Islam.
Therefore, the foreign ruler Ottoman King's struggle against anti-colonial rule from another kingdom, became closely connected with India's nationalist movement.
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