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Aartee Mishra
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  1. Daily Lecture Series Spectrum's A brief history of Modern India The Struggle Begins Part A Hindi By Aartee Mishra


  2. l am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. You can findall my courses at https:/unacademy.com/userIranianmishra2011 Also by Downloading the Unacademy Learning app from the Google Playstore


  3. MODERATE PHASE AND EARLY CONGRESS (1858-1905) Indian nationalism grew as a result of colonial policies, various factors involved were: I. Worldwide upsurge of the concepts of nationalism and right of self-determination initiated by the French Revolution Il. Indian Renaissance IlI. Offshoot of modernisation initiated by the British in India IV. Strong reaction to British imperialist policies in India Allen Octavian Hume


  4. FACTORS IN GROWTH OF MODERN NATIONALISM The British sword imposed political unity in India. A professional civil service, a unified judiciary and codified civil and criminal laws throughout the length and breadth of the country imparted a new dimension of political unity to the hitherto cultural unity that had existed in India for centuries The necessities of administrative convenience, considerations of military defence and the urge for economic penetration and commercial exploitation were the driving forces behind the planned development of modern means of transport and communication such as railways, roads, electricity and telegraph. From the nationalists' point of view, this process of unification had a two-fold effect: a) Economic fate of the people of different regions got linked together; for instance, failure of crops in one region affected the prices and supply in another region b) Modern means of transport and communication brought people, especially the leaders, from different regions together. This was important for exchange of political ideas and for mobilisation and organisation of public opinion on political and economic issues


  5. FACTORS IN GROWTH OF MODERN NATIONALISM This ever expanding English educated class formed the middle class intelligentsia who constituted the nucleus for the newly arising political unrest. It was this section which provided leadership to the Indian political associations Role of Press and Literature The second half of the nineteenth century saw an unprecedented growth of Indian owned English and vernacular newspapers The newspapers, journals, pamphlets and nationalist literature helped in the exchange of ,political ideas among nationalist leaders from different regions. Rediscovery of India's Past : The theory put forward by European scholars, that the Indo-Aryans belonged to the same ethnic group from which other nations of Europe had evolved, gave a psychological boost to the educated Indians. The self-respect and confidence so gained helped the nationalists to demolish colonial myths that India had a long history of servility to foreign rulers


  6. Reactionary Policies and Racial Arrogance of Rulers Racial myths of white superiority were sought to be perpetuated by a deliberate policy of discrimination and segregation. Indians felt deeply hurt by this Lytton's reactionary policies such as reduction of maximum age limit for the l.C.S. examination 'from 21 years to 19 years (1876), the grand Delhi Durbar of 1877 when the country was in the severe grip of famine, the Vernacular Press Act (1878) and the Arms Act (1878) provoked a storm of opposition in the country Then came the lbert Bill controversy. Ripon's Government had sought to abolish, "judicial disqualification based on race distinctions" and to give the Indian members of the covenanted civil service the same powers and rights as those enjoyed by their European colleagues Ripon had to modify the bill, which almost defeated the original purpose, because of stiff opposition from the European community. Lord Lytton


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