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QUESTION:-  Write an essay on the Quit India Movement.                                                                                        Or   What were the reasons for starting the Quit India Movement? Describe the progress, programmers and achievements of the movement.                                                                      Or Explain in detail the Quit India movement of 1942 and give it importance in India's freedom movement.                                                                      Or   Describe the circumstances of the Quit India Movement (1942) and explain the reasons for its failure. The failure of the Cripps mission caused a lot of disappointment among Indians. So Gandhiji started thinking seriously about the problems of the country. He concludedthat the real solution to Indian problems could be only when the British left India. He wrote in his newspaper Harijan that the British Government had been warned. "Leave India in god's trust.


QUESTION:- Netaji Subhas Chandra bose said, 'Swamiji had integrated in the East and west, in religion and science, pasts and present. Keeping this statement in mind, do you agree that the Indian Freedom Struggle is published by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda?


Swami Vivekananda did not actively participate in the freedom struggle, but his teachings and ideas republished traditional Indian philosophy, science, culture, literature, etc. and gave moral impetus to the freedom fighters for their struggle. Not only that, he also informed Indians about Western materialism and understood the exploitation of the British on the basis of this materialism. He made the people aware of swaraj, freedom, all religions, harmony, patriotism, poor welfare, etc. In fact, Swami Vivekananda compromised east and west and established a harmony of materialism with spirituality among Indians. He integrated western modernism, humanity, and also used the regeneration ism of Indians. 33 crore hungry, indigenous and malnourished people of  this country should be placed in temples like gods and idols of gods and goddesses. Swami Vivekananda also integrated dharma and science. He emphasized on making dharma a medium for the physical upliftment of man and making science a catalyst for the future creation of man.


Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has described Swamiji as the east-west, theology and the past integration- in fact Swamiji acted as a bridge between east and west. He explained Hindu texts and philosophy and simplified the Hindu life system for the people of the West.

In this way, vivekanandji played an important role in removing the isolation of Indian culture from the rest of the world. swami vivekanand was India's first great cultural ambassador to the West. He described our countrymen as the Indian policy of freedom, justice and universality, such as western humanitarianism, and swami Vivekananda's spirituality as a humanist was extended beyond Hinduism.

He was well acquainted with the messages of other religions. Swamiji established harmony between religion and religion and science. Swamiji had described dharma as a science of consciousness. He also said that religion and science complement each other.

It would be no exaggeration to say that the Indian freedom struggle was aware of his views. The spirit of unity, pride in the past, the spirit of cooperation, etc. are factors that gave the Indian freedom movement a real strength and purpose. Many prominent leaders of the movement have accepted Swamiji's contribution.

Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru wrote: "The pride movement that has been in the past is a prestige. Vivekananda was modern in his approach to the problems of life. He was like a bridge between the past and present of India.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose said that he has compromised the past, the East-West and religion and science and hence he is great.

He gave the countrymen a sense of self-reliance.

Mahatma Gandhi has said of him, "I have read him very well and my love for the country has grown a thousand times since I read him very well."


Even before the advent of Carl Marx's ideas in India, Swamiji spoke about the contribution of the working class to India's progress. Swamiji was the first religious leader of India to speak up for the people, give a vision of service and arrange for mass social service. 



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