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Terminology

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  • 08

    Jan'17

    Kullu School

    Kullu School is a distinctive form of painting in India. It is focused on love depicted with purity and beauty. The pageant of seasons, the lively colours and beautiful landscape.

  • 08

    Jan'17

    Udham Singh

    Udham Singh was a revolutionary, who killed O Dyre, the Lt Governor of Punjab during Jallianwala Bagh tragedy, at London to take revenge . He was sentenced to death.

  • 05

    Jan'17

    Sarojini Naidu

    Sarojini Naidu is known as Nightingale of India. She was the first Indian women President of the Congress-Kanpur, 1925.

  • 05

    Jan'17

    S Satyamurti

    S Satyamurti a famous freedom fighter, was also known as the torch bearer of South India. He died in jail during the Quit India Movement.

  • 05

    Jan'17

    Seth Jamnalal Bajaj

    Seth Jamnalal Bajaj, a Gandhian, was the treasurer of Congress from 1920 to 1942. He established Satyagraha Ashram in Wardha in 1921.

  • 05

    Jan'17

    Khan Abdul Gafar Khan

    Khan Abdul Gafar Khan also known as Frontier Gandhi, led national movement in the North West Frontier Province. He founded the Khudai Khidmatgar or Redshirts. He was awarded Bharat Ratna.

  • 05

    Jan'17

    Bandi Jiwan

    Bandi Jiwan is a book by Sachindranath Sanyal, a revolutionary nationalist. It is based on his experiences during his 'Kalapani" at Cellular Jail in Andaman.

  • 04

    Jan'17

    Hunter Commission

    Hunter Commission was appointed in 1882 under WW Hunter to examine the progress of education in India since 1854.

  • 04

    Jan'17

    Sabarmati Ashram

    Sabarmati Ashram was founded by Gandhiji in 1916 near Ahmedabad to train Satyagraha in moral discipline of life. It is also known as Satyagraha Ashram.

  • 04

    Jan'17

    Sarada Sadana

    Sarada Sadana was established in 1889 by Ramabai in Maharashtra. It was a social organisation with the aim of opposing child marriage and came in support of widow remarriage.

  • 04

    Jan'17

    Nila Darpana

    Nila Darpana is a novel by Dinabandhu Mitra on the Indigo revolt of 1860. It shows the exploitation of peasants by the British capitalists.

  • 04

    Jan'17

    Bhulabhai Desai

    Leader of the congress party in central legislature, signed the Desai Liaqat Ali Pact of 1943, headed the defence counsels in IWA trial.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Tej Bahadur Sapni

    Instrumental and associate of Annie Besant in founding Benaras Hindu College, co founder of Benaras Hindu University related to Home Rule Movement and Nehru Committee Report. He took part in all the three Round Table Conferences.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Rammanohar Lohia

    A famous socialist leader accepted as icon by all socialist politicians in India. He was great freedom fighter and also an opposition leader during first quarter of independence.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    1854 Education Despatch

    Also known Wood's Despatch was the magnacarta of education in British India. It suggestd spreading of English education in India on priority basis.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Sarda Act

    A law increasing the marriageable age and banning marriage enacted in 1928. It was named after Harvilas Rai Sarda who was instrumental in passing it.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Illbert Bill

    Illbert Bill was tabled by CP Illbert on February 2, 1883 in Legislative Council. It aimed at giving powers to Indian Judges to try the case of an European.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Neo-art movement

    Neo-art movement incorporated the European style. Abindra Nath Tagore, Nandalal Bose and Rabindra Nath Tagore were its exponents. It also witnessed revivalism of ancient Indian art and painting.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Baisakhi

    Baisakhi is a festival observed in Punjab to commemorate the harvesting of crops.

  • 03

    Jan'17

    Chola Architecture

    Developed during 11 and 12th Century Chola Kings was the peak period of Dravidian Art Brihadeswar Temple of Tanjore was its best example.

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