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Indian Communalism (in Hindi)
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Muslim league founded in 1906
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  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India unacadeny By Aartee Mishra National Movement-1919-1939 Era of Mass Nationalism Movement Part H Hindi


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  3. Growth of Communalism Characteristic Features of Indian Communalism. Communalism is basically an ideology which evolved through three broad stages in India A. Communal Nationalism: the notion that since a group or a section of people belong to a particular religious community, their secular interests are the same, i.e., even those matters which have got nothing to do with religion affect all or them equally. B. Liberal Communalism: the notion that since two religious communities have different religious interests, they have different interests in the secular sphere also (i.e., in economic, political and cultural spheres). C. Extreme Communalism: the notion that not only different religious communities have different interests, but these interests are also incompatible i.e., two communities cannot co-exist because the interests of one community come into conflict with those of the other


  4. British' policy of divide and rule The Government used persons like Sir Syed Ahmed Khan to counter the growing influence of the Congress Sir, Syed Khan had a broadminded and reformist outlook initially but latei he started supporting the colonial government, exhorting the Muslim masses to stay away from the Congress and not to get politicised. He also started talking of separate interests of Hindus and Muslims Evolution of the Two-NationTheory 1907: The All India Muslim League was founded by Agha Khan, Nawab Salimullah of Dacca, Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk and Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk to preach loyalty to the British Government and to keep the Muslim intelligentsia away from the Congress -1909: Separate electorates were awarded under MorleyMinto Reforms. "1909: Punjab Hindu Sabha was founded by U.N. Mukherji and Lal Chandl " 1915: First session of All India Hindu Mahasabha was held under the aegis of the Maharaja of Qasim Bazar


  5. Evolution of the Two-Nation Theory 1912-24: During this period, the Muslim League was dominated by younger Muslim nationalists such as Mohammad Ali, Maularia Azad and Jinnah. But their nationalism was inspired by a communal view of political questions 1916: The Congress accepted the Muslim League demand of separate electorates and the Congress and the League presented joint demands to the Government. But the Congress and the League came together as separate political entities and the Congress gave political legitimacy to the existence of the Muslim League 1920-22: Muslims participated in the Rowlatt and Khilafat Non-Cooperation agitations but there was a communal element in the political outlook of Muslims March 24, 1940: The Pakistan Resolution' was passed at the Lahore session of the Muslim League calling for "grouping of all geographically contiguous Muslim majority areas (mainly north-western and eastern India) into independent states in which the constituent units shall be autonomous and sovereign


  6. During Second World War The British Indian Government a virtual veto to the League on political settlement The League made full use of this privilege and stuck to its demand of a separate Pakistan throughout the negotiations under the August Offer, Cripps' proposals, Shimla Conference and Cabinet Mission Plan Kashmir Pun Sikkim merged with Iodia la India in 1958) Junagadh Dadra and Daman Nagar Haveli and Diu lannesed by India East Pakistan i97a) ued by Indin Hyderabad nesed by Indi in 1961) Finally, it got what it had aspired for-an independent Pakistan comprising Muslim majority areas of Punjab, Sindh, Baluchistan, North-West Frontier Province and Bengal in 1947 Inda anoend by in 1961) Parttioned provinces (ceded to India in Radcie Uine Movement of


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