How did citizen action lead to independence in India?
India had long been a wealthy part in the British empire. It produced for Great Britain tea, gems and other products making it a valuable colony. After WW2, there was a movement for independence. Under Gandhi's leadership, non-violent strikes and demonstrations led Great Britain to give India its independence. They divided India into Pakistan and India.
The Muslim religion in India have now made their own country, Pakistan. A very long time ago the Pakistan were a part of India, but, the 2 religions did not get a long, and one day..... There was a war between the Muslim and the Hindus! The 2 religions had a war and that is how India lead to independence
Who said "Nationalism lead to independence in India and Vietnam?" India and Vietnam have nothing to do with each other. India was a crown colony of the UK until the end of WWII. British India was never conquered by Japan; although the British/allies did stop the Japanese army at Imphal in 1944 which was as deep as the Japanese army got into India during the war. After WWII, the British simply granted independence to India…
Why did independence movement leaders use civil disobedience in their struggle for independence from the British?
Using civil disobedience would make the British send in soldiers and that would often lead to violence giving the independence supporters a reason to fight the British. Except in India's case where it just made the Brits look like mindless butchers, making the world support India in their push for independence.
If you are asking about the Lead bank in India that controls the banking operations in India - Then it is Reserve Bank of India (RBI) If you are asking about the Lead Bank in India that provides banking services to end customers, the bank with most branches, customers and ATMs - Then it is State Bank of India (SBI)
How did decolonization and independence movements in the third world lead to many of the proxy wars?
How did nationalism and Gandhi's non-violent methods lead to independence from Great Britain for India?
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In the early days after independence, India was under immense financial hardships. Peoples savings were drained out and citizens were unable to lead a normal life. Since banks were the lifeblood of the economy, the government felt that nationalizing banks would instill the faith in the banking system that was required to revive the economy. Hence they nationalized the nation's banks. State Bank of India is the largest bank in India and it is a…
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India got independence from Britain in 15.8.1947. Indians lead many campaigns against Britain, starting from the Sepoy mutiny in 1857 up to Mahathma Gandhi's Civil disobedience movement, non cooperation movement etc. Their struggle for independence was pioneered by politicians like Mahatma Gandhi, Surendranath Banerjee, Alan Octavian Hume etc. But India was divided into two, and a separate Muslim state in the request of Mohammad Ali Jinnah. That state is now known as Pakistan. There had…
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