What are the consequences of the non- cooperation movement in India?
The non-cooperation movement in India began by Gandhi in an attempt to gain independence from British rule. There were several violent incidents which led to Gandhi calling an end to the movement. He was imprisoned for six years under charges of publishing seditious materials.
Mohandas KaramchandGandhi was called 'father of the nation' or 'bapu' during the non cooperation movement because during this time the national movement gained a large scale mass participaton and gandhiji was selected as the leader of this movement ( non-cooperation movement) therefore on an all india scale he was called 'THE FATHER OF THE NATION'.
Mahatma Gandhi initiated the non-Cooperation movement he did not want to support the British in their functionality of ruling the country. He did this by following his motto of non-violence and was sure that others would follow him. But, there were some parts in the country where this was not followed and the people came down to violence. Hence, he thought of taking back his non-cooperation movement.
In February 1922, Mahatma Gandhi decided to withdraw The Non- Cooperation movement. This was because he felt the movement was turning violent in many places and also understood that the satyagrahis needed proper training before moving on to more intense satyagrahas. Following the incident at Chauri Chaura, he withdrew the Non- cooperation movement.
Non cooperation 1) Non-cooperation movement was the first mass movement 2) When non-cooperation movement was launched people did 't still understand the real meaning of satyagraha/non-violence 3) One of the main aim of it included only attainment of SWARAJ 4) Started in 1920. Civil disobedience 1) But here it was attainment of PURNA SWARAJ 2) By the time the civil disobedience movement was launched people understood the real meaning of non-violence 3) Civil disobedience movement…
Mahatma Gandhi started Non-Cooperation against the British in 1920. The British were against the interests of the Indians and were deteriorating their economy. They were also creating disharmony among the Hindus and the Muslims. Mahatma Gandhi then started the Non-Cooperation Movement so that it would become impossible for the british to run the administration. The people soon adopted this movement and it became part and parcel of the nationalist movement.
Gandhi's accomplishments were his aims, to achieve Home Rule (Swaraj) for India through the process of non-violence (Ahimsa), in conjunction with tactics such as boycotting the British goods or events (Sweshi) and commiting oneself to the spiritual journey of Satyagraha, 'search for truth'. These where his principles, and his capaigns, (actions against the British) were the ~1919 NON-COOPERATION MOVEMENT ~1920-1921 NON COOPERATION MOVEMENT ~1930: Salt March and civil disobedience campaign ~1932: Civil disobedience campaign ~1942…