Boycott of British Goods was adopted as a national policy in
Boycott of British Goods was adopted as a national policy in 1905. On 7 August 1905, the anti-partition movement was started at Calcutta to boycott English goods and siphon the Swadeshi goods. Boycott of British Goods known as the Swadeshi movement. Bapu encouraged Indian to but Indian goods and boycott British goods.
When British announced the partition of Bengal on communal lines in 1905 then Congress and nationalist leader opposed this and adopted the policy of Swadeshi and boycott the British goods. Swadeshi means things which produce in India and produced by the Indian.