SARKARI PRATHMIK SHALA NO SAMAY NIYAT KARVA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE 31-7-2020

SARKARI PRATHMIK SHALA NO SAMAY NIYAT KARVA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE 31-7-2020
SHALA SHARU KARVA NI SUCHANA NA AAVE TYA SUDHI SHALA SAMAY 7:30AM  TO 12:00 AM REHSHE PARIPATRA BY NIYAMAK SIR 
During their stay in India, the British became acquainted with the political situation in India.  Taking advantage of India's political turmoil and internal weakness, the British East India Company  Trampled in Bengal in 1757.  He ruled over India for 100 years till the War of 1857.

  The British gradually developed a strong administrative structure in the country to maintain their dominance.  The administrative structure established by the British brought about the same laws, the same administration and the judiciary according to the British system in the country. 

 Yet the British living in India established laws and administrations that benefited England more.  The British enriched England at the expense of India and exploited India the most economically. 

 The War of 1857 Political discontent, economic exploitation, social and religious factors, military factor as well as the immediate factor in which the policy of enlisting the Enfield Rifle in the army was responsible for the 1857 War of Independence in India.  The first martyr of the war was Mangal Pandey.  Nanasaheb, Tatya Tope, Raja Kunwar Singh, Rani Lakshmibai, Bahadur Shah Zafar, etc. were involved in this war.  , Changes in religious policy, etc. 

can be included.  The failure of the War of 1857 was due to the early start of the scheduled time, the shortcomings of the central leadership, inadequacy and backwardness of arms, the lack of proper and organized leadership among the fighters to prioritize their own selfishness over the national spirit.

  Which you have studied in detail in the previous standard.  Boycott and the Swadeshi Movement It was an important event in the national movements of India, along with the Bangabhanga Andolan (1905) as well as the boycott and Swadeshi movement.  Due to the policy of 'divide and rule' as a result of British diplomacy.  The boycott and the indigenous movement gained momentum.  

Bengal was the largest province during the British rule.  These included present-day Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.  Bengal was the center of national consciousness more than any other region of India. 

 The momentum and idea of ​​the national movement came from Bengal.  Moreover, in the battle of 1857, Hindus and Muslims fought together against the British.  So the divisions were created to encourage communalism through the British diplomacy of ‘divide and rule’. 

 To divide East Bengal and West Bengal under the pretext of bringing administrative efficiency to the vast province of Bengal by Viceroy Curzon (1899-1905).  Violent opposition to the partition of Bengal began.  

The partition of Bengal was implemented on October 16, 1905, the day celebrated as "National Mourning Day" throughout the province of Bengal.  

An announcement was also made on that day to boycott all foreign goods and to encourage the use of indigenous goods.

  Not only the Bengali people, but also other people in India began to believe that this partition was done to stop the fervor of nationalism that had started in India.  On that day, Hindus and Muslims all over Bengal tied ashes to each other's hands and showed the power of organization.  

There were three important features of this movement which were (1) adoption of indigenous (2) boycott of foreign goods (3) adoption of national education.

SARKARI PRATHMIK SHALA NO SAMAY NIYAT KARVA BABAT PARIPATRA DATE 31-7-2020
SHALA SHARU KARVA NI SUCHANA NA AAVE TYA SUDHI SHALA SAMAY 7:30AM  TO 12:00 AM REHSHE PARIPATRA BY NIYAMAK SIR 
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