The Contributions Of The Indian National Movement

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MOVEMENT In the previous chapters, we have discussed about the early life and achievements of Dadabhai Naoroji and also about the importance and contribution of the ‘Drain of wealth theory’, propounded by him, to India. Now in this chapter, we talk about the most important aspect of his life- his contribution to the Indian National Movement. Dadabhai Naoroji has assumed an imperative part in the Indian National Movement as we all realize that he committed his entire life for the country. He entered the Political Fray in 1852 and as soon as he entered in the political field; he began to work for our country. When he entered in Political brawl, British Government wanted to restore the lease to East India Company, he contradicted it emphatically. He sent petitions to British government in this respect. Be that as it may the British Government disregarded his supplications and replenished the lease. Dadabhai Naoroji felt that the British mismanagement of India was a result of lack of awareness of the Indian individuals. He set up the 'Gyan Prasarak Mandali’ (Society for Promotion of Knowledge) for the instruction of grown-up menfolk. He composed a few petitions to Governors and Viceroys with respect to India 's issues. At last, he felt that the British individuals and the British Parliament must be made aware of India 's predicament. In 1855, when he was 30 years old, he cruised for England. In England, Dadabhai Naoroji joined a few educated social orders, conveyed numerous

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