The Uprising of 1857

The Uprising of 1857 was described as the first Indian war of Independence by

  1. S.N. Sen
  2. R.C. Mazumdar
  3. B.G. Tilak
  4. V.D. Savarkar
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 12th June 2015 in History.
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    Answer: (4) V.D. Savarkar

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    The uprising of 1857 was described as the first Indian war of Independence by V.D. Savarkar.
    He was born in Bihar on 28 May 1883. He was a great poet, writer and play writer. He wrote his seminal book ‘Essentials of Hindutva’ in Ratnrgiri Jail in 1923.
    There are five elements of Savarkar-
    (1) His philosophy were Utilitarianism,
    (2) Rationalism and Positivism ,
    (3) Humanism and Universalism,
    (4) Pragmatism  and
    (5) Realism.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 13th June 2015.
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