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Notes for Rise of Assertive Nationalism
Causes of the rise of assertive nationalism
• Failure of the Early nationalist cause their means.
• Tilak presented true picture of British rule in kesari and Maratha.
• Between 1851-1900 the people of various parts of India suffered drought and famines but British government did not adopt measures.
• Tilak attacked British policies in his newspapers
• British policies led poverty and unemployment.
• Many Educated Indians were unemployed.
• Lord Curzon passed many acts against Indians such as Official Secrets Act, The Indian University Act, The Calcutta Corporation Act.
• Ill- Treatment of Indians in Africa such as Unjust taxes, The Registration Act etc.
• Many leaders were sent jails because their repressive policies.
• Russia and Italy defeated by Japan and Ethiopia respectively that encouraged Indians.
• Nationalist inspired from western ideas.
• Partition of Bengal added fuel to the fire.
• Lal , Bal , Pal was the most important factor which contributed to the rise of Assertive nationalism.
Principles or Objectives of Assertive Nationalism
• They wanted Swaraj.
• They beloved in supremacy of Indian Culture.
• They Had no faith in British rule.
• They supported the Swadeshi goods.
• They wanted moral progress of Indians.
• They did not believe in constitutional means.
Methods of The Assertive Nationalists
• Swadeshi: Its mean producing the essential goods in own country.
• Boycott: Swadeshi and Boycott are like two sides of same coins.
• National Education: They introduced national schools.
• Passive Resistence: They asked the people to refuse to help government.
Achievements of The Assertive Nationalists
• They preached the method of self-respect.
• They declared sacrifieces were needed for Independence.
• They propagated use of Swadeshi.
• They gave birth nationalist sentiments.
• They infused spirit of Assertive nationalism by their newspapers in Indians.
• Produce revolutionaries who were ready for any type of sacrifice.
Contribution of Bal Gangadhar Tilak
• He is known as Father of Assertive nationalism.
• Born- 23 July 1856 in Maharashtra
• He started Kesari and the Maratha.
• He organized Swadeshi and Boycott movement.
• He was tried for sedition.
• He Started home rule movement.
• Books – The Gita Rahasya and The Arctic Home of the Vedas.
Contribution of Lala Lajpat Rai
• He was born in a vaish family of village Jagraon in Ludhiana district of the Punjab in 1865.
• He died in 1928 as a result of lathi blows.
• He was great speaker, a writer.
• He was social reformer and educationalist.
• He set up ‘servants of the people society’.
• He was active worker of Arya Samaj.
Contribution of Bipin Chandra Pal
• He was born on September 71 1858 in Assam.
• He became the editor of New India.
• He joined Brahmo Samaj.
• He was teacher.
• He joined the congress in 1897.
• He joined the Assertive nationalist group.
• He was a speaker.
• He wanted to achieve Sawaraj.
• His programs consisted of Swadeshi, Boycott, National education.
• He was Strong supporter of democracy.
• He dead in 1932.