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Sir William Wedderburn & Indian freedom movement

V. P. Rakesh

Sir William Wedderburn & Indian freedom movement

by V. P. Rakesh

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Published by Commonwealth Publishers in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wedderburn, William, -- Sir, -- 1838-1918.,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1857-1919.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSir William Wedder Burn and Indian freedom movement., Sir William Wedderburn and Indian freedom movement.
    StatementV.P. Rakesh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS479.1.W3 R3 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 204 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18160536M

    Indian nationalism arose in the latter half of the 19th century as a result of various factors like western education, socio-religious reforms, British policies and so on. In , the Indian National Congress was formed which played a significant role in India’s freedom movement. Sir John Wedderburn (eldest son of Sir Alexander) fifth Baronet of Blackness b. d. , and his family. Sir John Wedderburn (, fourth but eldest surviving son and heir of Sir Alexander Wedderburn of Blackness and later himself fifth baronet of Blackness, was born 4 August and baptized in Dundee 8 Aug.

    William II, after serving in the Kaffir Wars of and went to Australia in , and was initially in the Gold Mounted Police. He went on a survey expedition and his name was given to the town of Wedderburn, miles northwest of Melbourne, by the Governor Sir Charles Latrobe. Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya (pronunciation (help info) (25 December – 12 November ) was an Indian scholar, educational reformer and politician notable for his role in the Indian independence movement, as the four times president of Indian National Congress and the founder of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu was respectfully addressed as Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and also.

      It is commonly believed that it was the Congress Party through its various movements like the Quit India Movement of that brought freedom to India. This fails to explain the fact that the British granted independence only in while the Quit India Movement .   Wedderburn, Sir William () 4th Baronet MP Indian Civil Servant Writer This page summarises records created by this Person The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the.


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Rakesh. Sir William Wedderburn and the Indian reform movement. London, G. Allen & Unwin Ltd. [] (OCoLC) Named Person: William Wedderburn, Sir; William Wedderburn, Sir: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S K Ratcliffe. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Sir William Wedderburn and the Indian reform movement / by S.K.

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The Book Provides An Outline On The Most Crucial Period Of Indian History By Incorporating The Fruits Of Recent Researches Both Indian And Foreign On This Subject. In The Revised Edition Special Attention Has Been Focussed On The Contributions Of South India And North-Eastern India To The Struggle For Freedom.5/5(5).

Sir William Wedderburn was born in March in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Wedderburns of the Scottish Border were a family of great antiquity. In Weddeburn appeared for the Indian Civil Service examination. He left for India in and began official duty at Dharwar as an Assistant Collector.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Speeches and writings of Sir William Wedderburn by Wedderburn, William, Sir, bart., ; Natesan, Ganapati Agraharam, Publication date Publisher Madras.

What was the purpose with which sir William Wedderburn and W.S. Caine had set up the Indian parliamentary committee in. (a)To agitate for Indian political reforms in the house of commons.

(b)To campaign for the entry of Indians into the imperial judiciary. (c)To facilitate a discussion on India‟s independence in the British parliament. According to Sir William Wedderburn, Hume’s colleague The clear objective was to puncture and defeat the ongoing Indian freedom struggle against the British with the help of some “influential” and Gandhi dumb-founded the nation by withdrawing the movement at a time when the people had brought the British Government to its.

1) To agitate for Indian Political reforms in the House of Commons, 2) To agitate for the entry of eminent Indians into the British Parliament, 3) To facilitate a discussion on India’s Independence in the British Parliament, 4) To campaign for the entry of Indians into the Imperial Judiciary, 5) NULL.

The 4th edition of HISTORY OF the FREEDOM MOVEMENT in INDIA () has been designed for both students and general readers. The book provides an outline on the most crucial phase of Indian history by incorporating the fruits of recent researches-both Indian and foreign-on Reviews: 5.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. From its foundation on 28 December by A.O. Hume, a retired British officer, until the time India gained its independence on 15 Augustthe Indian National Congress was considered to be the largest and most prominent Indian public organization, as well as the central and defining influence of the long Indian Independence Movement.

[citation needed]. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Speeches and writings of Sir William Wedderburn" See other formats.

By- RK Kaushik The Indian Civil Service (ICS) was the steel frame of the British rule in India. It was starte din and the first batch joined in Though the first exam for ICS was held in. In the context of the freedom struggle, write short notes (not exceeding 50 words each) on the following: (a) Benoy-Badal-Dinesh Martyrdom (b) Bharat Naujawan Sabha (c) Babbar Akali Movement "The Indian independence movement was a mass-based movement that encompassed various sections of the society.

Arriving in England inI could find nothing of comparable value. Eventually I wrote a book myself. This and my research into the freedom struggle led to the discovery of my two heroes, Dadabhai and Sir William Wedderburn, who established the British Committee of the Indian National Congress in Other articles where Sir William Wedderburn is discussed: India: The early Congress movement: Sir William Wedderburn (–), Gokhale’s closest British adviser and himself later elected twice to serve as president of the Congress, and William Wordsworth, principal of Elphinstone College, both appeared as observers.

Most Britons in India, however, either ignored the Congress Party and. Midth century to - significant events, personalities, issues [] Books []. History of Modern India, Bipan Chandra; India's Struggle for Independence, Bipan Chandra et al; Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore and Other Eminent Personalities of Modern India, Spectrum Editorial Board; NCERT Class 12 Themes in Indian History Part III; NCERT Class 10 Social Science, India and the Contemporary.

found: Wikipedia, viewed 6 May (Sir William Wedderburn, 4th Baronet, JP DL (25 March - 25 January ) was a Scottish civil servant in India and a politician.

He attempted to bring about reforms in banking to solve the problems of peasants during his working career. Failing to find support in reforms, he retired to help found the Indian National Congress and support local self.

It would not be out of tune to mention Sir William Wedderburn, ICS, of the batch, who remained judge of the Bombay high court and retired as chief secretary, Bombay Presidency (present day. The first part includes all his utterances in the Supreme Legislative council; the second and third parts contain his important congress speeches and his notable utterances on the South African Indian question; in the fourth part we have his speeches in appreciation of Mr.

A.O. Hume, Lord Northbrooke, Mr. Dadabhai Naoroji, Mr. Mahadev Govind.The Indian National Congress was founded at Bombay in December The early leadership – Dadabhai Naoroji, Pherozeshah Mehta, Badruddin Tyabji, W.C.

Bonnerji, Surendranath Banerji, Romesh Chandra Dutt, S. Subramania Iyer, among others – was largely from Bombay and Calcutta.