International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 11, Part D (2018)
A brief history of national movement in Ananthapuramu district from 1906-1920
Nasreen Shahedi and Prof. K Krishna Naik
The national movement has taken new turn with the division of Bengal in 1905 on the pretext of administrative convenience. At national level the path of the leaders changed from placatory nature to revolutionary nature. The demand for swaraj became the important slogan of the leaders. Several leaders at nook and corners of the country resorted violent methods to attain swaraj. In Andhra Pradesh here and there violent incidents took place against British rule. Whereas, in Ananthapuramu district the movement still continued on peaceful lines. With the annulment of partition of Bengal in 1911 the Vande Mataram movement subsided. Then most of the leaders concentrated on the problems facing by Telugu speaking people in composite Madras State.
How to cite this article:
Nasreen Shahedi and Prof. K Krishna Naik. A brief history of national movement in Ananthapuramu district from 1906-1920. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(11): 209-211.