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Partition of India: Background
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In this lesson, Roman has explained all the background events, political, social, religious conflicts that eventually lead to the partition of India.

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hey plz make an video mains answer wrting patterns ...like how to answer the qsn when there is different words..in the end of qsn like elucidate, examine,elaborate,explain,etc. it would be helpful for us.
Arpit P singh
a year ago
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a year ago
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no proper explanations. hard to link your lines with the slides. rest slides are well made. thank you.
"Awesome " course. Thanks sir
Make courses on standard textbook nah. Ie :spectrum =modern india, environment =shankar, economics =sri ram etc
Awesome lesson sir thank you so much and please make it in hindi also thank you
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6 months ago
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  1. Partition of India Background Roman Saini


  2. Partition of India - Introduction 1947 Dominion of India Dominion of Pakistan 15 August 19471 Aust 194 PARTITION Radcliffe Line MAP OF INDIA AS AT 14TH AUGUST 1947 British India Raj District-wise Hindu majorities Indian Independence PARTITIONor Muslim Land State Assets Act 1947


  3. Background 19th Century Post 1857 Mutiny and Anglo Afghan wars Indian Muslims rebelling against the Crown Map Showing Muslim Population concentration Increased populations in regions of Muslim majority 1871 Census OrganisationsRise of The Arya Rise of Hindu Organisations Rise of The Arya Samaj anti-cow-killing Muslims became riots of 1893 Hindi-Urdu controversy arious in the lateBRITISH INDIA arevailing Religions anxious in the late Prevailing keligions British Indian Em MUHAMMADANS 5 TO 0 PER CENT, OF POPUL 10 TO 2O 20 TO 50 50 TO 70 19th century MAP 1909 Caliet


  4. Formation of Muslim Leaque Viceroy, Lord Curzon divided the Bengal Presidency 1905 Partitiondivided the Bengal Muslim Majority East Bengal Hindu Majority Bengal of Bengal The Muslim elite in India met with the = Marginalised the ew viceroyn Lot 6Muelims Hindu Elite Protests Swadeshi ("buy Indian") campaign Reforms favouring the Hindu majority Minto 1906 Idea of new Province with Muslim Majority benefit Muslims aspiring to political power Separate1 1906 Founding of Separate electorates for * the All-India - Muslim League in Dacca Muslims


  5. World War I, Lucknow Pact: 1914-1918 1.4 million Indian and British soldiers international profileNations in 1920 Enhance India's the League of World War I - : Perception among M British and their allies were now inH conflict with Turkey Perception among Muslims of Growing strong pro- Hindu sentiments from the British Weaker stance for British and greater self- government for Indians Separate 1916, the Lucknow Indian Muslims doubtthe "religious With Congress " electorates for neutrality" of the British Muslims in the provincial legislatures as well Pact Support of Mohammed Ali Jinnah Mohammad and Shaukat No Unanimous backing Pan- and Shaukat- asthe imperial Islamic cause Ali Legislative Council


  6. Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms, the Two Nation Theory The Government of Enlarged both the India Act of 1919provincial and People at provincial levels an Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms imperial legislative councils opportunity to vote Seat Reservation principle of "communal Based on Minto-Morley Reforms People at provincial levels an opportunity to vote representation,' seats being reserved for founding Two Nation riniple of the awakening of Muslims for principle of thethe creation of Pakistan" Muslims, Sikhs, Indian Theory Pakistan Movement by Muhammad Ali Jinnah Christians


  7. Run up to WW2 and Lahore Resolution Choudhry Rahmat Ali "Pakistan", "the land of the pure" The Government of India Act introduced 1935 Provincial autonomy, increasing the number of voters in India to 35 million 1933 The Muslim League turned Congress out its best performance in fared well Indian provincial elections 1937 Muslim-minority provinces Idea of Muslims being investigation in Congress led provinces Idea of Muslims being unfairly treated in an independent India unfairly trasted in an independent India The Lahore Resolution: Under Jinnah Muslim nagu Muslim League organized "Deliverance Day," celebrations 1939- Second World War Breakout 1940


  8. Cripps Mission and Quit India Resolution Rapid Japanese advancement and American call support for Indian- independence Sir Stafford Cripps, the leader of the was sent to India no part of the British be forced to join the dominion status to India at the end of the Second World War in return for House of Commons, WW II - March 1942 the Congress's Muslim League wanted clear proposal for creation of Pakistan Congress opposition for Cripps Indian Empire would support for the war effort post-war Dominion Muslim League was Muslim League w the Congress launched the Quit India Resolution Congress leaders jailed till August 1945 now free for the next jailedthree years to spread its message In August 1942