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depressed classes& muslims do not participated in this movement

there was no unity in this movement

it was not a strong movement

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What were the Causes of civil disobedience movement?

After calling-off of the Non-Cooperation Movement in 1922, Mahatma Gandhi took indirect retirement from the politics and got indulge in creative works. In 1930 Congress, accepted a goal 'Purna Swaraj' in Lahore Session and it had decided to Civil Disobedience Movement, also Congress asked for Gandhiji's leadership for it. Gandhiji again came back in political scene and announced that he would lead march to break one of the most widely disliked laws of state monopoly over manufacturing and selling of salt. Gandhiji hoped to mobilize a wider discontent against British rule.AnswerThe main reason for the Civil Disobedience Movement was the appointment of the Simon Commission which was formed by the British look into the future constitutional progress of the country.There was not even a single Indian member in the commission and for India it was an insult it was thought that the government didn't had faith in the ability of the Indian people and hence they boycotted the the proceedings of the commission.Then a round table conference was setup between Gandhi and the government,they both agreed to a settlement and signed the Gandhi-Irwin Pact...now the British government as usual didn't keep the promise and the Civil Disobedience movement was started again...this time it didn't get momentum and the government suppressed the revolt.The Congress withdrew the movement in 1934.


Who was inspired by civil disobedience?

"Civil disobedience" is a generalized catch-all term loosely referring to any organized disobedience to any established law, and a method used by demonstrators and advocates of a particular cause to draw the attention of the government (and the media) to their message.


What is the meaning of civil disobedience movement?

Civil disobedience is the active, public, conscientious breach of the law to bring about a change in law or public policy. In the letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King explains the difference between just and unjust laws.


Which transcendentalist recommended nonviolent civil disobedience to express opposition to a law?

george washington


How was the Khilafat and Non-cooperation movement different from one another?

The main difference between the two groups is the religion. The Khilafat movement was a pan-Islamic, political protest campaign started by Muslims in India and the Non-cooperation movement was a nationwide campaign of mass, peaceful civil disobedience, led by Mohandas Gandhi and was supported by the Indian National Congress, whose members were principally Hindu. They worked well together against British rule until outside religious-political groups started accusing each group of solely representing their own interests.

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Result of civil disobedience movement in India?

It strengthened the national movement


Civil disobedience movement in India 1930 - 1934 what are the result?

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Where did gandhi hold his first civil disobedience movement in India?

Ahmedabad to dandi


What were the limits of civil disobedience movements?

The limitations of Civil- disobedience movement were:-1)Diffrent communities had diffrent abstract idea about Swaraj 2)Dalits Participation in the movement were limited , particularly in the Maharashtra and Nagpur region. 3)After the decline of NOn-corperation-Khilafat movement, large communities of Muslims did not respond to the the call for united struggle of Congress 4)The Civil Disobedience movement started with an atmosphere of suspicion and distrust between communities.


When was The Quit India Movement launched?

The Quit India Movement (Bharat Chhodo Andolan or the August Movement) was a civil disobedience movement launched in India in August 8, 1942.Launched by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8, 1942.


Who were the leaders of civil disobedience of India?

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Who led civil disobedience movement?

Gandhiji


When and how was the Civil disobedience movement launched?

The Civil Disobedience Movement started in 1930 and was led by Mahalma Gandhi. This nonviolent resistant movement was a way to become independent from the British Empire.


Which nations congress party endorsed civil disobedience?

India


What movement in the US parallels Gandhi's use of nonviolent civil disobedience and his eventual assassination?

The Civil Rights movement was a nonviolent movement of civil disobedience and marches. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of its leaders and was assassinated.


Who were the first Indian nationalists?

Quit India movement, Civil Disobedience Movement, Armed revolts after 1857, Non Cooperation movement, Swadeshi and the Boycott Movement, Khilafat Movement, Kuka movement etc.


Was Mohandas Gandhi using civil obedience or civil disobedience?

Gandhi used non-violent civil disobedience as a tool against British colonialism in India.