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Pre Congress Associations (19th century) (in Hindi)
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This lesson discusses the growth of nationalism in India, some pre Congress political associations and the impact of these organisations.

Nandini Maharaj
MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University, BA (Hons.) History from LSR, reader, dancer, love to teach, AIR 42 in 2018 UPSC

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sir I want all these videos but in English.... All definition and words used during lecture in English
are yr hakali h kya ye ruk ruk k bolti h
madam pls slowly padao badi fast padate ho sab uppar see Chala gya
mam there are so many different books of modern history by rajiv ahir in market with different covers, can you please show which one is to go for?
thank you nandini ji.....

  2. ABOUT ME . BA (Hons.) in History from Lady Shri Ram .MA in Applied Human Rights from Sheffield Hallam University Love to teach, read and dance


  4. MAINS QUESTIONS The Indian independence movement was a mass based movements sections of the society. It also underwent the process of constant ideological revolution. Critically examine. (2012) that encompassed various

  5. GROWTH OF ORGANISED NATIONALISM .Second half of the 19th century Reaction to colonial policies .Worldwide upsurge of nationalism and self-determination: French Revolution, Irish independence struggle, South American struggle against colonialism Indian Renaissance': rediscovery of Indian ancient past Understanding of the contradiction between Indian and colonial interest: India's growing economic backwardness . Racial discrimination

  6. GROWTH OF ORGANISED NATIONALISM Unification of the country (political, economic, judicial etc): economic fate of the people got linked together, giving political overtones to their cultural unity Transport and communication . Western thought and education, especially English language .Role of press and literature Industrialization and urbanisation (congre . Socio-religious reforms Rise of middle class intelligentsia ( a dynamic minority) that led the political organisations

  7. PRE-CONGRESS POLITICAL ASSOCIATIONS Early 19th century Dominated by the wealthy aristocratic class Localised (not national) Made demands through petitions . Demands for . administrative reforms . Indians in the administration spread of education

  8. PRE-CONGRESS POLITICAL ASSOCIATIONS BENGAL . The Bangabhasha Prakasika Sabha 1830's . led by Raja Ram Mohan Roy's associates

  9. PRE-CONGRESS POLITICAL ASSOCIATIONS .Zamindari Association (landholder's society: beginning of organised political activity and use of methods of constitutions agitation; had many Anglo-Indians) (1843; collection and disemmination of information of actual condition of people of British India; for securing their interests through lawful means) . Zamindari Association + TBBIS = British India Association in 1851 demands like separate legislature, separate judicial etc., sent to the British Parliament for inclusion in the Company's Charter; exclusively Indian . Played an important role after the Indian Councils Acts of 1861 allowed for Indian representation in legislative councils

  10. PRE-CONGRESS POLITICAL ASSOCIATIONS East India Association (1866, London, Dadabhai Nauroji) . The Indian League (1875, Sisir Kumar Ghosh, to stimulate nationalism and for political education) The Indian Association of Calcutta: superseded the Indian League in 1876 (Surendranath Banerjee and Anand Mohan Bose) against pro land policies like that of the British Indian Association Most important Pre Congress Association . Aimed to unify India on a common political programme . Had a low membership cost

  11. PRE-CONGRESS CAMPAIGNS . Against reduction in maximum maximum age for appearing in the civil services exam . Against the Arms Act . against the Vernacular Press Act . Against plantation labour and Inland Emigration Act . In support of the lIbert ill