DMPQ- Discuss the challenges India faced in it’s early years after independence and also mention the strategies opted to face them.

India inherited enormous challenges like poverty, deprivation, inequality, illiteracy, underdevelopment, communalism and so on at the time of independence however, the optimist was also no lesser. Jawahar Lal Nehru’s famous speech ‘Tryst with Destiny’ on the eve of Independence reflected it. One big advantage India had was a consensus on the goals which was a … Read more

DMPQ- Explain how Indigo cultivation became source of Indian farmer’s exploitation and how farmers resisted against it.

. By the thirteenth century Indian indigo was being used by cloth manufacturers in Italy, France and  Britain to dye cloth. By the end of the eighteenth century, the demand for Indian indigo grew further.  Britain began to industrialise, and its cotton production expanded dramatically, creating an enormous  new demand for cloth dyes. While the … Read more

DMPQ-. Throw light on the Simon commission recommandations.

. The Simon Commission published a two-volume report in May 1930. It proposed the abolition of dyarchy and the establishment of representative government in the provinces which should be given autonomy. It said that the governor should have discretionary power in relation to internal security and administrative powers to protect the different communities. The number … Read more

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