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Gandhi and Tagore

Gandhi called Rabindranath Tagore ‘Gurudev’. There was much in common between the two and much of a difference, too. They held each other in mutual respect, in spite of differences in viewpoint. Both looked upon humanity with love and held a Vision of a better world, but their approaches differed: Gandhi was an activist, Tagore, the imaginative poet, a visionary.

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Tagore’s Idea of Education

Tagore had a philosophy of life, and his theory of education was accordingly shaped. Generally, education is dominated by the ideal of attaining technical efficiency in order to get on in life. Such an education is incomplete according to Tagore. Tagore regarded education as the basis of the true, the complete life. Perfect knowledge is the basis of all true

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Population Growth in India

Of late, politicians have been vocal in pushing the population control debate. It has erupted in a paroxysm of deep fear of demographic disaster and complete exhaustion of natural resources due to over consumption. At this age of the sixt mass extinction and the Anthropocene, India is talking about its population, policy and the environmental fallout in the same breath.

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Bihar Starts Geo-mapping of Water Bodies

The Bihar government has begun the exercise of geo-mapping water bodies across the state — known locally as ‘jalkaro’. The water bodies that disappeared after widespread encroachment and the ones recorded as missing in official records will be included as well. Geo-mapping will help trace and identify all water bodies to ensure proper usage, including harvesting water and conserving it.

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JP Narayan and Congress Socialist Party

Like our Facebook Page to stay updated-BPSC Notes FB Page In 1926, Sampurnand and Acharya Narendra Deva draw up a socialist agrarian program, under the aegis of UP Congress Committee (UPCC) and send it to the perusal of AICC. Jawaharlal Nehru got the AICC, to accept this UPCC’s Socialist Programme, in 1929.At the 1931, Karachi session of the Indian National

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Champaran Satyagrah

History of Champaran Movement The Champaran Andolan of 1917 was India’s first civil disobedience movement spearheaded by Mahatma Gandhi in the Champaran district of Bihar. This movement marked Mahatma Gandhi’s first attempt of implementing his satyagraha mode of protest which was a passive non-violent civil resistance of the masses against the British colonizers. The main focus of the Champaran movement

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The 1857 Rebellion In Bihar

The revolt that began at Meerut on May 10, 1857 very soon spread to large parts of northern India, including Bihar. There were three major developments in Bihar during July 1857. At Patna there was an uprising led by Pir Ali and his associates (Pir Ali was a book-seller); the mutiny at Danapur (Dinapur); and the assumption of leadership of

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Non-Cooperation Movement in Bihar

The non-cooperation movement was launched on 1st August 1920 by the Indian National Congress (INC) under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. It signified a new chapter in the history of Indian freedom struggle. 👉Also Read|Quit India movement in Bihar Causes of the non-cooperation movement: Resentment at the British after the war: Indians thought that in return for the extensive support

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