The Salt March, also known as the Salt Satyagraha, Dandi March and the Dandi Satyagraha, was an act of nonviolent civil disobedience in colonial India led by Mahatma Gandhi. (12 Mar 1930 – 6 Apr 1930).
The non-cooperation movement was a political campaign initiated by Mahatma Gandhi on September 4, 1920, to get Indians to withdraw their cooperation from the British administration in order to persuade the British to grant India self-governance and full independence (Purna Swaraj).
On April 13, 1919, the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, also known as the Amritsar massacre, occurred. The arrest of pro-Indian independence leaders Dr Saifuddin Kitchlew and Dr Satya Pal drew a huge but peaceful crowd to the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, Punjab.
The Champaran Satyagraha is considered to be a vital event in the history of India’s freedom struggle. It was India’s first Civil Disobedience movement launched by Mahatma Gandhi to protest against the injustice meted out to tenant farmers in the Champaran district of Bihar. Let us read in detail about Champaran Satyagraha.
The Swadeshi movement sprang out of the anti-partition movement, which was established in response to Lord Curzon’s plan to divide Bengal into two provinces.
Moderates launched the Anti-Partition Campaign to put pressure on the government to stop the unjust partition of Bengal from taking place.
Harvest Festivals: India is regarded as the “Land of Festivals,” and it is a vibrant country where people celebrate with enthusiasm and delight. India is divided into 29 states, each of which celebrates harvest festivals at different periods throughout the year. The first crop yield is a joy for the people, and they rejoice as if it were a festival.
Indian Paintings During Mughal Emperors: Paintings piqued the Mughals’ curiosity, and they patronised a number of painters who reflected Indo-Persian fusion. Mughal artwork, which dates back to Babur’s reign, has prospered over time. Portraits of the royalty, details of court life, wildlife, hunting scenes, and war drawings are among the themes shown in Mughal paintings, which range from Persian literature stories to Hindu mythology. Many of the paintings created are currently on display in museums all around the world.
Sculpture Tradition in India: The subject matter of Indian sculpture was almost invariably abstracted human forms that were used to instruct people in the truths of the Hindu, Buddhist, or Jain religions. The nude was used both to represent the body as a symbol of spirit and to reveal the imagined shapes of the gods.
The temples architectural principles in India are described in Shilpa Shastra. Shilpa Shastra mentions three main types of temple architecture – Nagara or the Northern style, the Dravida or the Southern style & the Vesara or Mixed style.
The 1916 Lucknow Session was a combined conference of the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League (AIML) conducted in Lucknow in December 1916 that resulted in an agreement between the two organisations. The two parties agreed to provide religious minorities participation in provincial legislatures as part of the agreement.
Sikhism is derived from Sikh, ‘Sikh’ is a Sanskrit word that means ‘disciple’. The era of Sikhism started in 1469, through the birth of Guru Nanak Dev in 1469, and ended in human form with the death of Guru Govind Singh in 1708.
आई.सी.जी.एस कनकलता बरुआ नामक एक फास्ट पैट्रोल वेसल (एफपीवी) को बुधवार को कोलकाता में भारतीय तटरक्षक बल में नियुक्त किया गया।
इनको वीरबाला (किशोर स्वतंत्रता सेनानी) के नाम पर रखा गया है, जिसे भारत छोड़ो आंदोलन के दौरान असम में गोली मार दी गई थी।
The Indus Valley Civilization was established around 3300 BC. It flourished between 2350 BC and 1700 BC (Mature Indus Valley Civilization). It started declining around 1900 BC and disappeared around 1400 BC. This is also called Harappan Civilization after the first city to be excavated, Harappa (Punjab, Pakistan).