CONTENTS:- 1. The fundamentals 2. Change by Movements 3. Movements of Social Forces 4. Movements by Peasant Forces 5. Movements by Tribal Forces 6. Movements by Reformer Forces 7. Movements by Religious Forces 8. Movements by OBC forces 9. Movements by Female Forces 10. Movements by Youth Forces
A movement is manifestation of ire and anger of the masses, in general, regarding any specific issue of public interest. Through, it takes time to form a public opinion on any issue, because of various differences, yet it turns the tables, once the required momentum is gained. As far as Indian history, is concerned, it is replete with movements. Of them, the National Movement of 1857, holds the paramount importance as regards the Independence of India. Thereafter, a series of movements followed. The Khilafat Movement, the Quit Indian Movement, Non-cooperation and Satyagraha etc. and the cause of independence kept on steering forward in spite of all setbacks. This work, Social Movements is a modest attempt in this concern.