Indian Freedom Movement in Princely States of Vindhya Pradesh
Northern Book Centre, 2004 - Всего страниц: 204
Covers the entire history of Freedom Movement in Vindhya region, which was later formed as Vindhya Pradesh by combining the princely states of Baghelkhand and Bundelkhand. Both the periods - the mutiny of 1857 as well as the Gandhian era have been described in detail. A flood light has been thrown on the various institutions related to freedom struggle: The Congress Party, All India States Peoples Conference, Students Organizations and Prajamandal etc. A description of secret Revolutionary Organization of Chandra Shekhar Azad, in Orchha, has also been given.
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Vindhya Pradesh and Its Constituent Units 112
First War of Independence and Bundelkhand States 1331
Revolt of 1857 and Baghelkhand States
The Beginning of Political Awakening
The Congress and Other Organisations
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