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Encyclopaedia of Indian Freedom Struggle; 10 Volumes / Ram, S. & Kumar, R.
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Encyclopaedia of Indian Freedom Struggle; 10 Volumes
Ram, S. & Kumar, R.
 
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  Book ID : 34012
  ISBN-10 : 81-311-0138-4 / 8131101384
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2008
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  3966p., 23 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
Vol. 1: The Mutiny and Its Impact 1857-1884: 1. The First and Second Sikh Wars and the conquest of the Punjab, Lord Hardinge and Lord Dalhousie. 2. The Second Burmese War, Lord Dalhousie, The Doctrine of Lapse. 3. Resistance and insurrections. 4. The causes of the Mutiny, Lord Canning. 5. The Mutiny. 6. The Revolt of 1857. 7. The end of the East India Company. 8. Revolt and the Act of 1858. 9. Revolt and the Indian Councils Act of 1861. 10. The Indian middle class. 11. Working of the Act of 1861. 12. India under the Crown, settlement and pacification, the end of Lord Canning's administration. 13. Lord Ripon and the era of Constitutional Reform. 14. Lord Dufferin, England, Russia and Afghanistan, The conquest of Upper Burma. 15. Early career. 16. Political ideology. 17. Madan Mohan Malaviya: Congress President. 18. The assessment. 19. Role of Gokhale. 20. Public activities. 21. A moral dilemma. 22. In the cause of education. 23. The servants of India society. 24. Gopal Krishna Gokhale: Congress President. 25. Last days.
Vol. 2: Indian National Congress: Origin, Aims and Objectives 1884-1914: 1. Historical background. 2. Congress and its ideology. 3. The Muslim problem. 4. Muslim thought and politics. 5. Early Congress and the Act of 1892. 6. Curzon's policy and reaction. 7. Curzon and the Partition of Bengal. 8. The Anti-Partition agitation. 9. Morley-Minto Reforms. 10. Role of Surendranath Banerjee. 11. Surendranath Banerjee: Congress President. 12. Surendranath Banerjee: As a minister. 13. The assessment. 14. Social objectives. 15. Lajpat Rai: Congress President. 16. Demonstration and death.
Vol. 3: Emergence of Mahatma Gandhi (1915-1919): 1. Emergence of Gandhi. 2. Dadabhai Naoroji: Early life. 3. Poverty of India. 4. Congress President. 5. Dadabhai Naoroji: The assessment. 6. The Khilafat. 7. Role of Ali Brothers. 8. Gandhi and Khilafat. 9. Emergence of Annie Besant. 10. Philosophy of Radicalism. 11. Congress President, 1917. 12. Attitude of Raj. 13. Montagu-Chelmsford Reforms, 1919. 14. Act of 1919 in operation. 15. Rowlatt Bills. 16. The tragedy. 17. The assessment. 18. Role of Motilal Nehru: Early career. 19. Amritsar Congress and Aftermath. 20. Conclusion.
Vol. 4: Mass Movement and National Upsurge 1920-1925: 1. Non-Cooperation Movement. 2. The boycott. 3. Swadeshi and picketing. 4. Role of women. 5. C.R. Dass: early career. 6. Evolution of techniques. 7. Non-Violent Satyagraha. 8. The Swadeshi. 9. Hindu-Muslim Unity. 10. Untouchability. 11. C.R. Dass as Congress President. 12. C.R. Dass: Swaraj Party. 13. Role of Maulana Azad. 14. Congress President. 15. The assessment. 16. Sarojini Naidu. 17. Social ideology. 18. Sarojini Naidu: Congress President. 19. The assessment.
Vol. 5: Towards Complete Independence 1926-1929: 1. Shaheed Bhagat Singh. 2. Assembly Bomb Case. 3. Lahore Conspiracy Case. 4. Martyrdom and Indian reaction. 5. Role of Har Dayal. 6. Social ideology. 7. Role in Freedom Movement. 8. The assessment. 9. Statutory Commission. 10. The reaction. 11. The Nehru Report. 12. Motilal Nehru: the assessment. 13. Early career. 14. Socialistic ideology. 15. The mass leader. 16. Conclusion.
Vol. 6: Civil Disobedience Movement , Repression and Reaction 1930-35: 1. Nehru and complete independence. 2. Historical background. 3. Economic problem. 4. March to Dandi. 5. Public response. 6. Breach of salt. 7. The aftermath. 8. Civil Disobedience Movement. 9. Role of women. 10. Sardar Patel. 11. The Satyagraha. 12. Congress President. 13. The assessment. 14. The Karachi Congress, 1931. 15. Government of India Act, 1935. 16. Dr. Rajendra Prasad. 17. Dr. Rajendra Prasad: Congress President. 18. Quit India Movement. 19. Dr. Rajendra Prasad: the assessment.
Vol. 7: Congress Ministries, War and Resignations 1936-1941: 1. External relations, 1917-1937. 2. The new constitution. 3. Provincial autonomy under new constitution. 4. Subhas Chandra Bose: early career. 5. Subhas Chandra Bose: Congress President. 6. Role of Maulana Azad. 7. Maulana Azad: Congress President. 8. Congress, League and the Raj. 9. Presidential Address at Ramgarh. 10. The assessment. 11. India and the war crisis. 12. India and the war. 13. The Indian National Congress. 14. Pakistan Resolution. 15. Cripps Mission.
Vol. 8: Quit India Movement 1942-1945: 1. Spontaneous Revolution in 1942. 2. The Central Legislative Assembly. 3. Laws Passed in 1941-42. 4. British India and Indian States. 5. The Associated Chambers of Commerce. 6. Indian debate in parliament. 7. Amery's Caxton Hall Speech. 8. Sir George Schuster's Call to Britain. 9. India's fight for liberty. 10. Congress responsibility for the disturbances 1942-43. 11. The All India Congress Committee. 12. The All India Hindu Mahasabha. 13. The All India Muslim League. 14. A.I. Muslim Student's Federation. 15. The Punjab Muslim League Conference. 16. The All India Akali Conference. 17. The All India Nationalist League. 18. The Communist Party of India. 19. Gandhiji's Letters to Wavell. 20. Gandhi's reply to Government indictment. 21. Gandhi-Tottenham Correspondence. 22. Gandhi-Maxwell Correspondence. 23. Gandhi-Samuel Correspondence. 24. The text of resolution. 25. Mahasabha Silver Jubilee Celebrations. 26. The open session of the Hindu Mahasabha. 27. The A.I. Hindu Student's Conference. 28. The Assam Provincial Hindu Sabha. 29. Mr. Jinnah's address. 30. India in parliament and abroad.
Vol. 9: Role of I.N.A. and Indian Navy: 1. Indian National Army. 2. Subhas Chandra Bose. 3. House of Commons: London--28 July, 1944 Amery rejects Gandhi's Proposals. 4. The Indian National Army Story of "Indian Independence" Movement. 5. Trial of the Indian National Army. 6. Charge against Capt. Shah Nawaz. 7. Lt. Nag's evidence. 8. Capt. Dharghalkar's evidence. 9. Jamadar Razak's and others deposition. 10. Cross-examination by Mr. Desai. 11. Jamadar Muhammad Hayat's evidence. 12. Re-examination by advocate-general. 13. Objection by defence. 14. Lt. Col. Kitson's evidence. 15. Capt. Shah Nawaz's statement. 16. Capt. Sehgal's statement. 17. Lt. Dhillon's statement. 18. Japanese Officials evidence. 19. Evidence of Bose Govt. members. 20. Mr. Desai Argues case for defence. 21. Sir. N.P. Engineer's arguments. 22. Release of the officers. 23. Nehru's view of I.N.A. 24. The armed forces and National Freedom. 25. No room for victimisation. 26. The strike of army signalmen. 27. To Vallabhbhai Patel. 28. To R.F. Bahadur. 29. Warning against new trials. 30. To Claude Auchinleck. 31. To Raghunandan Saran. 32. To G.P. Hutheesing. 33. Wavell's record of interview with Jawaharlal Nehru. 34. To Mohan Singh. 35. Need for relief. 36. To J.R.D. Tata. 37. Bombay Naval Ratings on strike. 38. Rioting in Bombay. 39. Disturbances in Madras. 40. Jabalpur Sepoys on Strike. 41. Firing in Delhi. 42. The A.I. Newspaper Editor's Conference.
Vol.10: Subhas Chandra Bose and Gandhi A Conflict in Ideology: 1. The career. 2. Indian politics. 3. Muslim Politics (1930-35). 4. Ideology of Nehru. 5. The Congress President. 6. New trend in the address. 7. The forward bloc. 8. Haripura Congress, 1938. 9. The Annual Report. 10. Tripuri Congress--Welcome address by Seth Govind Das. 11. Presidential address by Subhas Chandra Bose. 12. The resolutions. 13. Statement of Bose. 14. Bose, Nehru, Gandhi and Jinnah.

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Encyclopaedia of Indian Freedom Struggle is a sincere effort to recognize the Indian Freedom Movement and the efforts of Indians to liberate the nation from British rule and form the nation-state of India. It involved a wide spectrum of Indian political organizations, philosophies and rebellions between 1857 and emergence of India as a unified nation-state on August 15, 1947. The initial Indian rebellion was sparked in 1857 by Indian soldiers serving in British East India Company's Army and Indian kingdoms rebelled against the British, which was crushed and India was divided into British India and Princely States. Indian educated elite's political organization started exploring their political rights and their increasing disenchantment with the British due to curtailing of Indian Civil Liberties (Rowlatt Act), political rights etc. led to upsurge in revolutionary activities aimed at overthrowing the British Colonial Powers. It all come to head between 1918-1922 when first series of Non-Violent Movements and Civil Disobedience under the leadership of Gandhi, which soon came to be the driving force that ultimately shaped culture and political unity of a diverse nation, afterwards committing itself to Poorna Swaraj Congress led mass struggles between 1930-32 and finally led a Civil Disobedience in 1942 demanding British to leave India Movement named "Quit India Movement". All that resulted the end of Raj at mid night of 15 August 1947 but only at the expense of partition of the country into India and Pakistan. All this discussed widely with references from authentic sources in this encyclopaedic work of ten volumes will prove this effort priceless and valuable for all concerned.
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