The struggle for Independence Class 5 CBSE Notes / Que Ans
The struggle for Independence Class 5 question & answers for the students of CBSE /ICSE board by OS
What are the Social Evils in India & social reformers of India ?
Social Ills – Caste system,killing of female babies ,sati system,child marriage are the social evils that divided the society.
Social reformers – Rajaram mohan roy , Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar and dayanand are social reformers of India , they wanted to remove the social evils of the society
Write Short Note On the Following: –
Indian National Congress –
The growth of educated Indians was started by a man named A.O. Hume. Their first meeting took place in Bombay. (Now Mumbai). There were 72 delegates from all over India at the meeting. The first president was W.C. Bonnerjee. After a period of time, the Indian National Congress became popular and strong and inspired the common people to love their country.
Mangal Pandey served as a soldier in the British army in India. He attacked a British officer near Calcutta (now Kolkata) on March 29, 1857. On April 8, 1857, he was hanged.
The Result of the sepoy Muting –
In 1858, the British government took control of India from the East India Company. A viceroy was appointed to oversee the Indian territories on behalf of the crown. India’s citizens were promised freedom of religion and custom. As a result, the Indians realized they could oust the British from India if they united
India was called the Golden Bird in ancient times.Give reason.
In ancient times, India was known as the Golden Bird because of its wealth and prosperity. Textiles, spices, precious stones and pearls, as well as precious and semi-precious stones, were plentiful in India. Indian products are very popular throughout the world.
Why did the Revolt of 1857 occur?
The Revolt of 1857 began in Meerut then spread to Delhi and then to other parts of India. In British army camps, there was a rumor that the cartridges which were given to the soldiers to use in their rifles and which had to be inscribed by the soldiers to be used were greased with cow and pig fat. This angered and hurt the Hindu-Muslim religion. They revolted and refused to obey their officers.