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INDIA’S STRUGGLE FOR       FREEDOM  How India became free on      August 15, 1947     A Lipilekha Presentation            ...
MAP OF THE WORLD    Where on earth is India?      A Lipilekha Presentation by   2              Subrata Das
WHY DO WE CARE• Free India, as the world’s largest democracy,  plays an important role in the world• Free India provided o...
Prominent Names• Gandhi• Subhas Bose• Nehru                A Lipilekha Presentation by   4                        Subrata ...
HOMAGE TO PEOPLE BEHIND      INDIA’S FREEDOM• Early Freedom Fighters, such as:    Mangal Pandey in 1857 Sepoy Mutiny    La...
HOMAGE TO PEOPLE BEHIND      INDIA’S FREEDOM• Early Freedom Fighters, such as:    Mangal Pandey in 1857 Sepoy Mutiny    La...
STRUGGLE UNDER TWO PERIODS OF         BRITISH RULE• British East India Company: 1757-1858      Battle of Plassey: 6/23/175...
STRUGGLE UNDER BRITISH RULE               1858-1947•   Inspiration for Freedom: Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo,    Banki...
STRUGGLE UNDER BRITISH RULE           1858-1947 (continued)•   Rowlatt Act: Jallianwala Bagh Massacre 4/13/1919, soldiers ...
GANDHIJI’S SALT MARCH       A Lipilekha Presentation by   10               Subrata Das
INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY 1943         A Lipilekha Presentation by   11                 Subrata Das
(EXTRA)ORDINARY FREEDOM          FIGHTERS• Freedom fighters suffered and sacrificed• Examples I know: My parents both suff...
INDEPENDENCE, 8/15/1947• Mountbatten, India’s Governor-General, announced  partition, 6/3/1947• Independent Pakistan, 8/14...
PARTITION OF INDIA     A Lipilekha Presentation by   14             Subrata Das
TRANSFER OF POWER     8/15/1947     A Lipilekha Presentation by   15             Subrata Das
REFUGEE TRAIN   A Lipilekha Presentation by   16           Subrata Das
MOUNTBATTEN SALUTING    INDIAN FLAG      A Lipilekha Presentation by   17              Subrata Das
Jai Hind     Shortcut to IndiaFree1947.mp4.lnk  A Lipilekha Presentation by            18          Subrata Das
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  1. 1. INDIA’S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM How India became free on August 15, 1947 A Lipilekha Presentation by Subrata Das
  2. 2. MAP OF THE WORLD Where on earth is India? A Lipilekha Presentation by 2 Subrata Das
  3. 3. WHY DO WE CARE• Free India, as the world’s largest democracy, plays an important role in the world• Free India provided opportunities for you/your parents/grandparents to come abroad• Otherwise, you would probably be living in India under British colonial rule, not here in the USA• You owe a lot to people who sacrificed their lives in the past so you could live free today A Lipilekha Presentation by 3 Subrata Das
  4. 4. Prominent Names• Gandhi• Subhas Bose• Nehru A Lipilekha Presentation by 4 Subrata Das
  5. 5. HOMAGE TO PEOPLE BEHIND INDIA’S FREEDOM• Early Freedom Fighters, such as: Mangal Pandey in 1857 Sepoy Mutiny Lakshmi Bai, Rani of Jhansi in 1858• Prominent Leaders, such as: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Jawarhalal Nehru Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose• Many ordinary Indians, who sacrificed their lives and careers so we could live free today A Lipilekha Presentation by 5 Subrata Das
  6. 6. HOMAGE TO PEOPLE BEHIND INDIA’S FREEDOM• Early Freedom Fighters, such as: Mangal Pandey in 1857 Sepoy Mutiny Lakshmi Bai, Rani of Jhansi in 1858• Prominent Leaders, such as: Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Jawarhalal Nehru Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose• Many “extraordinary” Indians, who sacrificed their lives and careers so we could live free today A Lipilekha Presentation by 6 Subrata Das
  7. 7. STRUGGLE UNDER TWO PERIODS OF BRITISH RULE• British East India Company: 1757-1858 Battle of Plassey: 6/23/1757, Palashi, West Bengal, 90 miles north of Kolkata. British, under Robert Clive, vs. Siraj-Ud-Daulah, Nawab of Bengal. Vastly outnumbered, British bribed deposed army chief Mir Jafar who betrayed the Nawab by not allowing his troops to fight Isolated resistance to British rule: 1757-1857 Sepoy Mutiny, 1857: started by Mangal Pandey Last big battle, 1858: Lakshmi Bai, Rani of Jhansi• British Government: 1858-1947 Queen Victoria, Empress of India, 1876-1901 A succession of Viceroys or Governor-Generals A Lipilekha Presentation by 7 Subrata Das
  8. 8. STRUGGLE UNDER BRITISH RULE 1858-1947• Inspiration for Freedom: Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobindo, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Dadabhai Naoroji, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Bipin Chandra Pal, Lala Lajpat Rai, Chitta Ranjan Das, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, Bhagat Singh, Bagha Jatin, Khudiram Bose, Surya Sen, Benoy-Badal-Dinesh Formation of• Formation of Indian National Congress, 1885• Outrage at Viceroy Curzon’s order to partition Bengal, 1905• Formation of Muslim League, 1906: Jinnah left INC & joined ML after disagreements with Gandhi; called for division of India, 1940.• Emperor George V’s visit to India, 1911, announcing reversal of the Bengal partition and transferring the capital from Kolkata to New Delhi• World War I, 1914-1918: India helped England’s war efforts A Lipilekha Presentation by 8 Subrata Das
  9. 9. STRUGGLE UNDER BRITISH RULE 1858-1947 (continued)• Rowlatt Act: Jallianwala Bagh Massacre 4/13/1919, soldiers fired on thousands of unarmed men, women and children, killing and wounding many• Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi: work in S. Africa, work in India 1915-1948, Satyagraha (devotion to truth)(non-violent civil disobedience for freedom), 241-mile Salt March in 24 days to protest salt tax 1930, Quit India call in 1932, numerous prison terms and protest fasts, assassinated on 1/30/1948.• Jawarhalal Nehru: president of INC’s Lahore session 1929, resolution for complete independence from Britain• World War II: 1939-1945, India’s entry by Britain despite protests• Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: INC president 1937, 1939, Azad Hind Movement, house arrest, escape 1/7/1941, help from abroad, Indian National Army, death under controversial circumstances A Lipilekha Presentation by 9 Subrata Das
  10. 10. GANDHIJI’S SALT MARCH A Lipilekha Presentation by 10 Subrata Das
  11. 11. INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY 1943 A Lipilekha Presentation by 11 Subrata Das
  12. 12. (EXTRA)ORDINARY FREEDOM FIGHTERS• Freedom fighters suffered and sacrificed• Examples I know: My parents both suffered jail terms• One of many incidents: – Defying police ban, my father started to deliver a speech in a meeting in Midnapore on 3/4/1932, supporting Gandhi’s call for non-cooperation – Police beat him severely on the meeting ground and jailed him – My mother visited him in jail and wept to see the welt marks on his back – She was found guilty for this visit and was jailed as well• I.I.T., Kharagpur stands at the location of the Hijli jail where both Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and my father were jailed once at the same time A Lipilekha Presentation by 12 Subrata Das
  13. 13. INDEPENDENCE, 8/15/1947• Mountbatten, India’s Governor-General, announced partition, 6/3/1947• Independent Pakistan, 8/14/1947• Independent India, 8/15/1947 Jawarhalal Nehru, Prime Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Deputy Prime Minister (Mountbatten 1947-1948), Rajagopalachari, Governor-General• Violent clashes between Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs• Millions of refugees• Republic of India, 1/26/1950 Rajendra Prasad, President of India A Lipilekha Presentation by 13 Subrata Das
  14. 14. PARTITION OF INDIA A Lipilekha Presentation by 14 Subrata Das
  15. 15. TRANSFER OF POWER 8/15/1947 A Lipilekha Presentation by 15 Subrata Das
  16. 16. REFUGEE TRAIN A Lipilekha Presentation by 16 Subrata Das
  17. 17. MOUNTBATTEN SALUTING INDIAN FLAG A Lipilekha Presentation by 17 Subrata Das
  18. 18. Jai Hind Shortcut to IndiaFree1947.mp4.lnk A Lipilekha Presentation by 18 Subrata Das
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