Important Dates of History Chapter Nationalism in India (Class 10)

Like Nationalism in Europe, Nationalism in India is one of the most important chapters in the history of India but there aren’t many resources out there on the internet which has all the important dates from the history chapter Nationalism in India.

Important History Dates of Chapter Nationalism in India

So, I’ve decided to collect all the important dates from the history chapter Nationalism in India and put them all in the table below. I have covered the following things in this blog post:

  • Nationalism in India Class 10 Notes
  • Important Events of Nationalism in India
  • Timeline of Nationalism in India
  • Nationalism in India Class 10 Notes PDF
  • Indian Freedom Movement Notes
  • Nationalism in India PDF
  • Important Events in Indian History Timeline

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All the Important Dates of History Chapter Nationalism in India

January 1915Mahatma Gandhi returned to India from South Africa
1919Gandhiji launched satyagraha against the Rowlatt Act
13 April 1919Jallianwala Bagh incident
March 1919Khilafat Committee formed
September 1920Gandhiji convinced Congress for a non-cooperation movement
December 1920Non-Cooperation program was adopted by Congress in Nagpur
January 1921Non-Cooperation-Khilafat Movement began
October 1920Oudh Kisan Sabha
6 January 1921Police firing at peasants in Rae Bareli
1920The militant guerrilla movement spread in Gudem Hills, Andhra Pradesh
1922Chauri Chaura violence
11 February 1922Gandhiji decided to withdraw the Non-Cooperation Movement
1928“Go Back Simon” movement
Nov 1930 – Jan 1931First Round Table Conference
Sept-Dec 1931Second Round Table Conference
Nov – Dec 1932Third Round Table Conference
December 1929The “Purna Swaraj” was formalized
26 January 1930Declared to be celebrated as the Independence Day, but got very little attention
31 January 1930Gandhiji sent a letter of Viceroy Irwin stating 11 demands
12 March 1930Salt March or Dandi March or Dandi Satyagraha or Civil Disobedience Movement started
6 April 1930Salt March ended
April 1930Abdul Ghaffar Khan got arrested
May 1930Mahatma Gandhi got arrested
5 March 1931Gandhi-Irwin Pact
23 March 1931Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced to death
December 1931Gandhiji went to London for a conference but returned disappointed
26 September 1932Poona Pact
Jan 1932Civil Disobedience Movement started again
1920Indian Industrial and Commercial Congress
1927Federation of the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FICCI)
1906Muslim League established
1928Death of Lala Lajpat Rai
1935The government of India Act
8 August 1942Quit India movement launched
August 1925Kakori Train Conspiracy Case

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Final Words

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Very helful but some dates were missing but it’s ok literally only 2 3 dates were missing but all are covered amazing !!! I like it 🙂

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