Rise of Indian Nationalism:

Armed Revolts after 1857:-
1. The followers of Syed-Ahmad Barelvi are known as the Wahabis. They launched Wahabi movement with their rebellious activities. A centre for religious education among Muslims was set up at Deobad near Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.
2. Among the Sikhs in Punjab, a movement called the Kuka movement was organised by a Sikh Guru Ram Singh.
3. The farmers of Bengal and Biharled indigo revolt.
4. There was a Rampa revolt in Andhra Pradesh which was directed against the British rule as well as the exploitation of the landlords and moneylenders.
5. In the Chhotanagpur area of Bihar, the Mundas rose in revolt in 1890. They were led by Birsa Munda who was captured died in jail.
6. In Maharashtra, Vasudeo Balwant Phadke organised an armed revolt against the British.

Indian National Congress
The Early Phase (1885-1905):-
1. The Indian National Congress was formed on 28 December 1885 in Bombay during the period of Viceroy Lord Duffrein. Its founder was A.O. Hume. The first President of the .Congress was Wyomesh Chandra Bonnerjee. The President of the second session of the Congress was Dadabhai Narojis
2. G. Subramaniam Iyer, leader of the Indian National congress was founder of the ‘Hindu’ Newspaper.
3. Surendranath Banerjee, who had formed Indian Association in 1876 joined Congress. Later on Indian Association was merged into Indian National Congress.
4. Curzon., who the Governor-General (1898-1905), openly declared that Indians were not fit to hold important offices. He declared the destruction of the Congress as his aim and to do this, he adopted the policy of ‘divide and rule’ The most important, measure in this direction was the partition of Bengal.
5. Bal Ganga Dhar Tilak raised the famous slogan; “Swaraj is my birthright and I must have it.” He started Home Rule Movement to achieve Swaraj. He founded Maratha and Kesri Newspapers. He also started ‘Ganpati’ & ‘Shivaji’ utsav.

6. The Congress during the first 20 years of its existence had helped to unite the people for common national aims.

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