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Which incident forced Gandhiji to halt the Non – cooperation movement? - History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerDiscuss the various forms that the Non-Cooperation Movement took in different parts of India. How did the people understand Gandhiji? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerWhy Gandhiji decided to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement?-history-class 10-CBSE3 AnswerOn the given political outline map of India , locate and label the following with appropriate symbols: cbse-history-class-121 AnswerWhat is a non-cooperation movement? How did this movement unfold itself? -cbse-Histroy-class10-20161 Answer What were the effects of non cooperation on the economic front? - History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerExamine the reasons that forced America to withdraw from the Veitnam war.- History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerExplain the measures taken by Gandhiji to eliminate the problem of untouchability.- History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerHow was non-cooperation movement different from civil disobedience movement? -cbse-Histroy-class10-20161 AnswerWhy did Gandhiji choose to break the salt law? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions1 AnswerDuring our freedom struggles, which one of the following was started immediately after the partition of Bengal?0 Answer Who was the founder of the Hao Hao movement in 1937? What was his contribution? - History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerExplain the main features of go east movement. - History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerDescribe the spread of Non-Cooperation Movement in the countryside. -cbse-Histroy-class10-20151 AnswerIn which of the following movement did Gandhiji make the first use of Hunger Strike as aweapon?1 Answer‘‘By 1922 Gandhiji had transformed Indian nationalism, thereby redeeming the promise he made in his BHU speech of February 1916. It was no longer a movement of professionals and intellectuals; now, hundreds of thousands of peasants, workers and artisans also participated in it. Many of them venerated Gandhiji, referring to him as their ‘Mahatma’. They appreciated the fact that he dressed like them, lived like them and spoke their language, unlike other leaders he did not stand apart from the common folk, but empathised and even identified with them.’’ In light of the above passage, highlight any four values upheld by Mahatma Gandhi. (HISTORY-CBSE-12-2018)1 AnswerHow did Non-Cooperation movement start with participation of middle class people in the cities ? Explain its impact on the economic front.1 AnswerWith reference to the Indian Freedom Struggle, which of the following coincide with the formation of Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauz)?0 Answer Explain the impacts of the First World War? - History- cbse - class 10th2 AnswerWhat do you know about Gandhi Irwin pact? - History- cbse - class 10th1 Answer
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