INDIAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE
INDIAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE
The Indian freedom struggle has great importance in the history of India. The people of entire India fought a lot to get the country freedom from the slavery of the British. For the sake of freedom, our great freedom fighters sacrificed their lives by laughing without worrying about their lives.
If, at that time, the countrymen had not raised their voice against the British, then perhaps even today the country would have been slavery to the British. Initially, the British came to India in the year 1600 with the objective of doing business under the name of East India Company.
Under the guise of silk, tea, and the cotton trade, he started spreading chaos in India and gradually made the country his slave.
And after that, the British took the rule of the entire country into their hands and started persecuting the Indians. And due to this, gradually the demand for freedom started arising in the country. This struggle was a great event against British rule. This struggle was not accidental but a result of the discontent of the entire century. A great plan was made and implemented for this. India has a vast history of freedom struggle and there were various events including Simon commission, Rowlatt act, Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and many more movements that helped India to acquire independence. Mahatma Gandhi was a great patriotic Indian.Mahatma Gandhi was a notable public figure. His role in social and political reform was instrumental. Above all, he rid the society of these social evils. Hence, many oppressed people felt great relief because of his efforts. Gandhi became a famous international figure because of these efforts. Furthermore, he became the topic of discussion in many international media outlets. Mahatma Gandhi made significant contributions to environmental sustainability. Most noteworthy, he said that each person should consume according to his needs. The main question that he raised was “How much should a person consume?”. Gandhi certainly put forward this question. Mahatma Gandhi has influenced many international leaders around the world. His struggle certainly became an inspiration for leaders. Such leaders .Indians revere by describing him as the “father of the nation”. His name will certainly remain immortal for all generations.