UPSC CIVIL SERVICES RESULT 2015-2016

MODERATES AND EXTREMISTS IN INDIAN HISTORY

 

                        Moderates and Extremists

Differences In The Aims and Methods of Moderates and Extremists
differences between moderates and extremists,indian national congress ,leaders of extremists,leaders of moderates


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                    Moderates important points






1.Moderates aimed at administrative and constitutional reforms.

2.Moderates  wanted more Indians in the administration and not to an end of British rule.
EXAMPLES OF MODERATES LEADERS
Gopal krishna gokhale

3.Most of the moderate leaders were loyal to British. Many of them held high ranks under the British government.
EXAMPLES OF MODERATES LEADERS
Dada bhai naoroji

4.Moderates believed in constitutional means and worked within the framework of the law .Their methods including passing resolutions, persuasion, sending petitions and appeals.

5.Moderates believed in cooperation and reconciliation.

6.Moderates received their support from the intelligentsia and urban middle class. Moderates had a narrow social base.


7.Moderate leaders had faith in the British sense of justice and fair play.

8.Most of the moderate leaders were inspired by the ideas of western philosophers like Mill,Burke,Spencer and Bentham. Moderates imbibed western ideas of liberalism,democracy,equity and freedom.


9. Moderates Believed political connections with Britain to be in India’s social, political and cultural interests.

10.Examples of moderate leaders-Dadabhai Naoroji ,Gopal Krishna Gokhale etc
 
               Extremists important points

EXAMPLES OF extremist leaders LEADERS
Lala lajpat rai
1.Extremists aimed at nothing short of swaraj as it existed in United Kingdom and its self governing colonies.Tilak said,’Swaraj is my birth right and I shall have it .’ 

2.Extremists  wanted to end the British rule .

3.Extremist denounced British rule and defied it.Many  of them(Extremists) Were arrested because of anti-British activities.

4.Extremist were radical in their approach . Demands of extremists were aggressive.

5.Extremists  believed in militant methods including swadeshi and boycott.According to Tilak, freedom to be fought for.
EXAMPLES OF extremist leaders LEADERS
Bipin chandra Pal

6.Extremists  believed in atmashakti or self reliance as a weapon against domination.

7.Extremist drew their supporters included peoples from all sections including the lower middle class,workers and farmers .Extremists thus had wider social base .

8.Extremist rejected British rule and held it responsible for the backwardness and poverty of the  Indian people .

9.Extremists drew their inspiration from India’s past.Extremists  revived the Ganapati and Shivaji festivals to arouse the masses.Extremists wanted to inculate  pride in India’s glorious culture to generate the spirit of nationalism. Extremists invoked goddesses Kali or Durga for strength to fight for the motherland.

EXAMPLES OF extremist leaders LEADERS
Sri aurobindo Ghosh


10.Examples of extremist leaders-

Bala GangadharaTilak, Bipin Chandra Pal and Lala Lajpat Rai, Aurobindo Ghosh

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