Young India: AN INTERPRETATION AND A HISTORY OF THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT FROM WITHIN by Lala Lajpat Rai

Young India: AN INTERPRETATION AND A HISTORY OF THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT FROM WITHIN by Lala Lajpat Rai

Young India by Lala Lajpat Rai

In this book Lala Lajpat Rai describes the political situation of the country as it was in 1915 and a history of freedom struggle before 1915. This book is very helpful in understanding true nature and contribution of different freedom fighters of India.

Table of Contents

THE GENERAL VIEWPOINT OF THE INDIAN NATIONALIST

First Invasion of India

Chandra Gupta and Asoka

India Practically Independent up to the Twelfth Century

Muslim Rule

Muslim Rule in India not Foreign

INDIA UNDER THE BRITISH

Political Disqualification of the Indians

All Europeans, Eurasians including Armenians and Jews can carry arms free of license; not so the Indians

Loyalty of Ruling Chiefs

Middle Class Desires Political Freedom

INDIA FROM 1757 TO 1857 A. D.

Conflict of French and English in India

How British Rule in India was Established

Methods of Consolidation of British India

British Public Ignorant of Facts

Conquest of India Diplomatic, not Military

The Great Indian Mutiny of 1857

How the Mutiny was Put Down

INDIA FROM 1857 TO 1905

PART I — FROM 1857 TO 1885

The Bengalee Babu

Forces Resisting Denationalisation

Political Disappointments

Lord Ripon

Lord Dufferin

PART II. THE BIRTH OF THE INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS

Indian National Congress an English Product

Hume, a Lover of Liberty

Congress to Save British Empire from Danger

The Congress Lacked Essentials of a National Movement

Hume’s Political Movement

Congress Overawed

Congress Agitation in England

Causes of Failure of the Congress

PART III. THE BIRTH OF THE NEW NATIONALIST MOVEMENT

Swadeshi and Swaraj

Men who have Inspired the Movement

The failures of the Congress evolved the Nationalist Movement

Lord Curzon and Indian Education

Lord Curzon’s Secret Educational Conference

Indians and Lord Curzon at Cross Purposes

The Congress Deputation to England in 1905

The Congress of 1905

Object of the Passive Resistance Movement

THE FIRST YEARS OF THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT

Boycott of British Goods

The Second Move of the Bengalees: The National University

Arabinda Ghosh

The Nationalist Press

Military Measures against Boycotters

Lord Minto

Indian Press Gagged

Deportation of Lajpat Rai

Disaffection Driven Underground

Lord Hardinge Bombed

TYPES OF NATIONALISTS

The Extremists

A few Nihilists

Religions Extremists

The Mother Worshippers

Vedantists

Advocates of Organised Rebellion

Har Dayal

Hardayalism

Political Freedom the First Condition of Life

Arabinda Ghosh — Vedantist and Swarajist

Ganesh Vindyak Savarkar

The Terrorists

Advocates of Constructive Nationalisation

Independence, but not at once

Preparing the Nation for Freedom

Preparatory Work from Below

Brahmo Samaj, Arya Samaj, Ramakrishna Mission

The Moderates

Gokhale

Congress Leaders

Passive Resisters

6. INDIAN NATIONALISM AND THE WORLD-FORCES

Inspiration through European Nationalism

History of Modern Europe tabooed in Universities

Italian-Turko War

Interpretation of India to Western World

Tagorism

THE RELIGIOUS AND THE COMMUNAL ELEMENTS IN INDIAN NATIONALISM

Mohammedan Revulsion of Feeling against the British

Disaffection among the Sikhs

THE FUTURE

Change in Indian Life and Depth of Nationalism

Nationalism Fertilised by Blood of Martyrs

Wave of Indian Nationalism is on

Propitiation and Petty Concessions Futile

Internal Division no Valid Plea

Illiteracy the Fault of the British and no Bar to Self-government.

Internal Troubles

Unfitness of Orientals for Representative Institutions.

Nationalism has come to Stay

Curzons, Macdonnels, Sydenhams, responsible for Bombs and Revolvers

APPENDICES

Feudatory Chiefs Powerless

Industrial Ruin of India

India a Mere Possession

Masses Starved

70,000,000 Continually Hungry People in British India

Deaths from Famine from 1891 to 1900 alone: 19,000,000

Famines of Money, not Food. Lord G. Hamilton

Causes of Famines

Drain

Enormous Foreign Tribute. Rev. J. T. Sunderland

Government assessment too high

The Ryot

Indian Plunder. Adam Brooks

“Narrow and Shortsighted Imperial Policy.” Sir Archibald R. Colquehoun

Taxation. Lord Salisbury. The British policy of bleeding Indian people.

Plague, Deaths from

Indian Finance

Land Tax

Income Tax

Customs

TRADE FIGURES FOR 1973 to 1914

PERSONNEL OF THE GOVERNMENT

FIGURES ABOUT EDUCATION AND LITERACY

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