• Inspiring Thoughts
    MIRACLE GENEROSITY Mahatma Gandhi went from city to city, village to village collecting funds for the Charkha Sangh. During one of his tours he addressed a meeting in Orissa. After his speech a poor old woman got up. She was bent with age, her hair was grey and her clothes were in tatters. The...
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  • Solved Ignou
    | | Gandhiji -The Leader of India The people of India were also carrying on a struggle for freedom from the British rule. The Indian National Congress was striving for it. In 1919, British soldiers had acted in a brutal manner against an innocent and unarmed assembly ofpeople, who had...
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  • Essay of Mahatma Gandhi
    -reliance; though the British administration was at places paralysed, the movement was suspended in February 1922. In early 1930, the Indian National Congress declared that it would now be satisfied with nothing short of complete independence (purna swamj). On March 2, Gandhi addressed a letter to the...
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  • We Live in Deeds Not in Years
    in deeds & speech, love for the fellow man, killing sprit for work, heart full of love for the needy and sorrow people, every possible act to make a difference in their life. The next day you come across some other man, full of laziness, cursing life, complaining about the worldly miseries, and...
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  • Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
    subject, Vallabhbhai made a thorough study of it. In a short time Vallabhbhai made a name as a very eminent lawyer. By then he was married. Two children were born - a daughter, Manibehn, and a son, Dhayabhai. Vallabhbhai's wife fell ill, and he sent her to Bombay for treatment. Plenty of Money...
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  • Independence
    SHORT STORY OF INDEPENDENCE OF INDIA. BY DR. H. K. GANDHI MAIN THEME POINTS OF THIS ARTICLE. 1. Freedom is my birth right (Bal Gangadhar Tilak) 2. Short story of Independence movement. 3. My memories of the struggle of independence. 4. Let...
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  • Flamingo
    about the manner of his death? How did the tiger king take it? A. When the baby barely ten days old opens its lips in speech the chief astrologer was wonderstruck. He thought it to be incredible that the baby raised an intelligent question –to know about the manner of his death. The astrologer told...
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  • Histoy
    august meeting at Gowalia Tank in Bombay where all the top leaders give speeches. In his speech Gandhiji says that we will not accept anything less than freedom. He gave his famous mantra of Do or Die. Factors contributing to the Launch of quit India Movement There are various factors which...
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  • London Business School Emba Application Essay
    Swadeshi (reject foreign made products) movement, were simple but effective. Gandhiji conceived that a strategic, planned and mass approach was required, rather than muscle power, to oust the British rule. Most of the other freedom fighters were trying to make sacrifices for the mother land, but...
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  • Congress Session
    ) Pherozeshah Mehta gave a rousing speech, ‘to my mind a Parsi is a true Parsi, a Mohammedan or a Hindu is a better Mohammedan or Hindu, the more he is attached to the land which gave him birth, the more he is bound in brotherly relations and attached to all the children of the soil.’ The...
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  • English
    grateful to the ironmaster and his daughter? ANS. The peddler was grateful to the ironmaster and his daughter as they empowered him to release himself from the world’s rattrap through their selfless hospitality, love, sympathy, compassion, and understanding. INDIGO 1.Why was Gandhiji...
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  • Gandhiji
    , a big Indian merchant in South Africa wanted the services of an advocate to conduct a big law-suit in a court. He cabled to Gandhiji and offered him a handsome fee. Gandhiji went to Africa. While in Africa he saw a bad condition of Indians there. He made up his mind to put up a brave fight for...
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  • Ashish
    asked that this be conveyed to every Muslim in the Army. As a result, Mohammed Ali, along with other leaders, was immediately arrested. In protest, the speech was repeated at innumerable meetings all over the country. On 4 October, forty-seven leading Congressmen, including Gandhiji, issued a manifesto...
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  • Periyar’s Self Respect Movement
    born on 18th November in 1879. He was born in a rich high class family. He was a normal kid in every means. He left school at an early age of twelve and joined his father’s business. He got married to Nagammai at the age of nineteen and started handling his father’s business after his father’s death...
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  • English Core
    or biography Summary - Class XII |Unseen Passages |No. of words |Testing Areas |Marks allotted | |1 |600-700 |Short answer type questions to test local, global...
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  • Mahatma Gandhi
    Muslim League Governments. Can one say that what is happening in those provinces augurs well for the peace of the country? Does the Muslim League believe that it can sustain Islam by the sword (Speech at a Prayer Meeting, September 7, 1946)? (7) What good will it do the Muslims to avenge the...
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  • mahatma gandhi
    placed chapterwise at the end of the book. This book was originally prepared for use in our schools. The publisher is happy to note that, owing to recent resurgence of interest in Gandhiji, this book has been prescribed as one of the text-books for certain general knowledge examinations by some...
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  • Great
    was to begin, the crowd swelled to 10,000 when the evening prayers were held. At the end Gandhiji delivered a memorable speech: “In all probability,” he said, “this will be my last speech to you. Even if the Government allow me to march tomorrow morning, this will be my last speech on the sacred...
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  • Role of Marathi Press in Freedom Movement of India
    tutelage until 1955, when he was appointed librarian of the Gandhi Memorial Museum in New Delhi. This turned out to be short-lived, as only a year later he plunged back into the Goa freedom movement. With a mission to reconnect the Goan diaspora all over the world, he started the weekly, Gomant Bharati...
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  • Bagat Singh
    Short essay on the Quit India Movement In August 1942, Gandhiji launched the Quit India Movement (“Bharat Chhodo Andolan”). A resolution was passed on 8 August 1942 in Bombay by the All India Congress Committee, declaring its demand for an immediate end of British rule. The Congress decided to...
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