Gandhi and his Early Movements One Liner Questions & Answers


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1 The name of the magazine published by Mahatma Gandhi during his stay in South Africa was – Indian Opinion
2 Where is Phoenix Farm? Durban ( South Africa)
3 M.K. Gandhi was a supporter of – Philosophical anarchism
4 The twin principles of Mahatma Gandhi’s Ram Rajya were? Truth and non-violence
5 According to Gandhiji Non-Violence is – A way to attain truth
6 Which was the last step in the Gandhian strategy of Satyagraha? Strike
7 According to Gandhiji, the Cruelest form of violence is – Persistence of poverty
8 What idea is given by Gandhiji for family planning? Self-control
9 In which year Gandhi returned from South Africa? 1915
10 How many years did Gandhiji live in South Africa? 21 years
11 In which railway station of South Africa, Mahatma Gandhi was thrown out of the train? Pietermaritzburg
12 Which session of the Indian National Congress was for the first time attended by M.K. Gandhi – Calcutta Session, 1901
13 Sabarmati Ashram, established by Mahatma Gandhi during India’s Independence movement, is located on the outskirts of – Ahmedabad
14 Mahatma Gandhi set up an Ashram on the banks of Sabarmati near Ahmedabad is known as – Satyagraha Ashram
15 Where did Gandhiji adopt ‘Seva Dharma’? South Africa
16 Who was the ‘Political Guru’ of Mahatma Gandhi? G.K. Gokhale
17 As per Mahatma Gandhi politics meant – Activity for public welfare
18 Who coined the word ‘Satyagraha’? Mahatma Gandhi
19 “Destruction is the best method of dealing with foreign clothes” Who said this? Mahatma Gandhi
20 Gandhi’s boycott of British-made products was effective because the British considered India, a major – Market for manufactured goods
21 Which was Gandhiji’s first Satyagraha Movement in India in which he used Civil Disobedience? Champaran
22 Indigo cultivation in India declined by the beginning of the 20th century because of –
Its unprofitability in the world market because of new inventions
23 What is a very significant aspect of the Champaran Satyagraha?
Joining of peasant unrest to India’s National Movement
24 Mahatma Gandhi said that some of his deepest convictions were reflected in a book titled, “Unto The Last” and the book transformed his life. What was the message from the book that transformed Mahatma Gandhi?
The good of the individual is contained in the good of all
25 Who was the first person to call Mahatma Gandhi, the ‘Father of Nation’? Subhash Chandra Bose
26 The prefix ‘Mahatma’ was added with the name of Gandhi during – Champaran Satyagraha
27 Who called Gandhiji ‘’Mahatma’’ for the first time? Rabindra Nath Tagore
28 Who was the secretary of Mahatma Gandhi during Noakhali? Pyare Lal
29 When did Mahatma Gandhi come to Chhattisgarh first? 20 December, 1920
30 Which capitalist served as an AICC treasurer for many years and went to jail in 1930? Jamnalal Bajaj
31 Indian cotton merchant, banker; Congressman, and a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi” The description fits with – Jamnalal Bajaj
32 Mahatma Gandhi’s close English compatriot during the freedom movement was – Charles Andrews
33 Which Muslim leader accompanied Mahatma Gandhi on his arrival in Chhattisgarh in 1920? Maulana Shauqat Ali
34 Which Jail was named a ‘Mandir’ by Gandhiji? Yarvada
35 On the death of Mahatma Gandhi who said ‘The light has gone out of our lives’? Jawaharlal Nehru
36 Who addressed Gandhiji as a ‘one-man boundary force’? Mountbatten
37 Who had advised Gandhiji to be an observer and student in the country for one year before entering Indian Politics? Gopal Krishna Gokhale
38 Who used to say “Wrong means never take us to right ends”? M.K. Gandhi
39 Gandhiji started his first Satyagraha against – Payment of low wages to workers
40 In which movement did Mahatma Gandhi make the first use of the hunger strike as a weapon? Ahmedabad Strike
41 Mahatma Gandhi delivered his first public speech in India at – Varanasi
42 From where did Gandhiji launch his mission of freeing bonded labor? Patna
43 Who participated in ‘Satyagraha’ started by Gandhiji at Ahmedabad in 1917-18? Industrial workers
44 According to M.K. Gandhi socioeconomic improvement of untouchables can be brought about – By establishing a cottage industry for them
45 What does ‘Gandhian Innovation’ mean? To produce more from less input for more people
46 Tinkathia System in Champaran meant – Cultivation of Indigo on the 3/20 area of land
47 Who drew Gandhiji’s attention to the plight of indigo peasants in Champaran? Raj Kumar Shukla
48 Gandhiji’s Champaran Movement was for – Solving the problems of Indigo worker
49 Who had opposed the Champaran Satyagraha of Mahatma Gandhi? N.G Ranga