Which movement started after the Partition of Bengal?

  1. Civil Disobedience Movement
  2. Quit Indian Movement
  3. Swadeshi Movement
  4. Non-Cooperation Movement
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 26th May 2015 in History.
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Swaadeshi Movemnet

Swadeshi Movement was started after the Partition of Bengal. Swadeshi movement had it’s commence in the anti-partition movement which was started against British decision for the partition of Bengal. Politic is the main motive behind the Bengal Partition and to be safe from growing influence of Indian nationalism. In the Swadeshi Movement vigilant Indian for boycott the British product and use the Indian product and develop the Indian economic strategy and end the British Empire. Here is some information related from Swadeshi Movement

                        Phrases of Swadeshi Movement
1.
1905-1909    Movement confined to Bengal and launched as a protest movement
2. 1909-1910    Countrywide spread of movement and launching of ant-colonial movement
3. 1910-1911    Swadeshi movement merged with revolutionary terrorist movement of first
phase and led to the foundation of numerous secret associations.

            Leader of the Swadeshi Movement beyond Bengal
 Punjab                Lala Lajpat rai and  Ajit Singh
Delhi                     Syed Haider Raza
Madras               Chidambaram Pillai
Maharastra      Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Andhra                Harisarvottam Rao

          Swadeshi Movement and National Education
* Setting the Bengal Technical Institute
* Emphasis on education through vernacular medium
* Setting up of a National Council of Education on August 15, 1906
* Opening of way National College at Calcutta with Aurobindo Ghosh as its principle
* Efforts of Rabindranath Tagor’s Shantiniketan and Satish Mukherjee’s Dawn Society to combine
the traditional and modern systems of education.

Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 26th May 2015.
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