Paper 1 Political Theory and Indian Politics: Theories of the State:
The basic strategy it adopted was to educate and mobilize opinion among caste Hindus on the question. So Statement 1 is right. On 30th March, the Satyagrahis, led by K. Kesava Menon, marched from the Satyagraha camp towards the temple. They, as well as the succeeding batches of Satyagrahis, consisting of both savarnas and avarnas, were arrested and sentenced to imprisonment.
Hence statement 3 is wrong. The problem was particularly acute in Kerala where the depressed classes or avarnas those without caste, later known as Harijans were subjected to degrading and dehumanising social disabilities. So, they were the victims and not the perpetrators.
Hence 2 is wrong, this eliminates B and C. But does statement-II explain I? Imperialists believed that India was brought into the large capitalist world marked and that was in itself a progress towards modernization. India was brought into the larger capitalist world market and that was in itself a progress towards modernisation.
So, both the statements are individually true but does 2 explain 1? Economic Drain of wealth: Cripps had been told not to go beyond the Draft Declaration.
Moreover, Churchill did not want Cripps to succeed and constantly opposed and sabotaged his efforts to accommodate Indian opinion. Stafford Cripps returned home in the middle of April leaving behind a frustrated and embittered Indian people.
Proposals of Post-Dated Cheque Q. The return of confiscated land already sold to third parties Reservation of 18 percent seats for Depressed classes HINT: Reservation issues was sorted out via the Poona Pact. Morilal Nehru report on the future constitution of India didnot recommend that India should be a federation on the basis of linguistic provinces and provincial autonomy, that elections be held on the basis of joint electorates and that seats in central and provincial legislatures be reserved for religious minorities in proportion to their population.
Which one of the following statement about the Indigo Revolt of is correct? Leadership for this movement was provided by the more well-off ryots and in some cases by petty zamindars, moneylenders and ex-employees of the planters.
A significant feature of the Indigo Revolt was the role of the intelligentsia of Bengal which organized a powerful campaign in support of the rebellious peasantry. It carried on newspaper campaigns, organized mass meetings etc. Bipan Chandra, Page 25] Q. Who was the editor of the journal Indian Social Reformer that was started in ?Q.
Which river is praised in the fifth century Tamil epic, Silappadikaram? A) Cauvery, B) Godavari, C) Saraswati, D) Ganges. Hint: It can't be Option C and D because they're rivers of North India. And Godavari = Indra the Tiger's region (Andhra) whereas question itself says Tamil epic.
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