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Revolutionary terrorism (in Hindi)
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Chapter 4 part-D

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Aartee Mishra
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Thanks sir 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
ma'am Is it good to say national revolt ..a terror practice jaisa aap ne bola last me aatank faila rahe the??
hi mam... revolutionary terrorism words ko plz eliminate kare... kam se kam hum jaise logo ko to eske uper awaz uthana chahiye...kya bhagat singh, rajguru ,sukhdev, azad, terrorist the...what kind of rubbish narratives they are still spreading
hamare youth ko sarm ani chahiye ki hum ajj bhi ye sab faltu ke fake history padh rahe hai exam nikalne ke liye
lesson 4 Ka part C kaha hai
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  3. Differences Between Moderates and Extremists 1. Social base-zamindars and upper middle classes in towns 2. Ideological inspiration- western liberal thought and European history 3. Believed in England's providential mission in India 4. Believed political connections with Britain to be in India's social, political and cultural interests 5. Professed loyalty to the British Crown 6. Believed that the movement should be limited to middle class intelligentsia; masses not yet ready for participation in political work 7. Demanded constitutional reforms and share for Indians in services 8. Insisted on the use of constitutional methods only 9. They were patriots and did not play the role of a comprador class

  4. Differences Between Moderates and Extremists 1. 1. Social base educated middle classes in towns and lower middle class 2. Ideological inspiration-Indian history, cultural heritage and Hindu traditional symbols Lala Laipat Rai Chandra Pa Trilak Ghosh 3. Rejected 'providential mission theory' as an illusion 4. Believed that political connections with Britain would perpetuate British exploitation of India 5. Believed that the British Crown was unworthy of claiming Indian loyalty 6. Had immense faith in the capacity of masses to participate and to make sacrifices. 7. Demanded swaraj as panacea for Indian ills 8. Did not hesitate to use extraconstitutional methods like boycott and passive resistance to achieve their objectives 9. They were patriots who made sacrifices for the sake of the country

  5. The Surat Session The Government launched a massive attack on the Extremists. Between 1907 and 1911, five new laws were enforced to check anti-government activity These legislations included the Seditious Meetings Act, 1907; Indian Newspapers (Incitement to Offences) Act, 1908; Criminal Law Amendment Act, 1908; and the Indian Press Act, 1910 Tilak, the main Extremist leader, was sent to Mandalay (Burma) jail for six years Aurobindo and B.C. Pal retired from active politicsLajpat Rai left for abroad The Extremists were not able to organize an effective alternative party to sustain the movement The Moderates were left with no popular base or support, especially as the youth rallied behind, the Extremists

  6. REVOLUTIONARY TERRORISM After the decline of the open movement, the younger nationalists who had participated in the movement found it impossible to disappear into the background. They looked for avenues to give expression to their patriotic energies, but were disillusioned by the failure of the leadership, even from the Extremists, to find new forms of struggle'to bring into practice the new militant trends The Moderates were left with no popular base or support, especially as the youth rallied behind, the Extremists The newspapers and journals advocating revolutionary terrorism included Sandhya and Yugantar in Bengal, and Kal in Maharashtra During the 1890s, Tilak propagated a spirit of militant nationalism, including use of violence through Ganapati and Shivaji festivals and his journals Kesari and Maratta Two of his disciples-the Chapekar brothers, Damodar and Balkrishna-murdered the Plague Commissioner of Poona, Rand, and one Lt. Ayerst in 1897 Savarkar and his brother organized Mitra Mela, a secret society, in 1899 which merged with Abhinav Bharat (after Mazzinni's 'Young Italy') in 1904. Soon Nasik, Poona and Bombay emerged as centres of bomb manufacture. In 1909, Jackson, the district magistrate of Nasik, was killed

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