March 2003 by Anthem Press .
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The book "The Ascendancy of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh by Gyanendra Pandey" offers a comprehensive analysis of the class, community, and nation in northern India from 1920 to 1940. It falls under the subject categories of Asian/Middle Eastern history, Politics & Government, Political History, History - General History, History: World, India, Politics and Government, Asia - India, History/Asia, History, Asia - General, Indian National Congress, and focuses specifically on the region of Uttar Pradesh (India).
The book sheds light on the rise of the Indian National Congress (Congress) as a dominant political force in Uttar Pradesh during the period between 1920 and 1940. It explores the socio-political dynamics, class struggles, and the growth of community mobilization that contributed to the ascendancy of Congress in the region.
"...the rise of the Congress as the party of dominant social groups in India relied heavily on the transformation of the Congress into an organization of mass recruitment and mobilization. This article will discuss the role of Congress in Uttar Pradesh and the factors that led to its ascendancy during the aforementioned period."
During the early 20th century, Uttar Pradesh witnessed significant political and social transformations. The Congress, driven by nationalist fervor, emerged as the most influential political entity in the region. This book by Gyanendra Pandey meticulously examines the factors that led to the ascendancy of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh.
The socio-political landscape of Uttar Pradesh during the 1920s-1940s was characterized by diverse classes and communities. Understanding the existing power dynamics, including the divisions between landlords, peasants, and emerging industrialists, is crucial to comprehend Congress's ascendancy.
This book delves into the strategies and tactics employed by the Indian National Congress to expand its influence in Uttar Pradesh. From mass recruitment drives, community mobilization, and engagement with grassroots organizations, Congress's methods played a pivotal role in its rise to power in the region.
The Indian National Congress became a platform for the articulation of nationalist aspirations and demands for independence from British rule. By uniting different communities and classes under the banner of Congress, the freedom movement gained traction and support in Uttar Pradesh.
Class struggles were a defining feature of Uttar Pradesh's political landscape in the early 20th century. This book examines how Congress capitalized on these struggles and aligned itself with the aspirations of different classes to consolidate its position as the dominant political force.
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"The Ascendancy of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh" by Gyanendra Pandey offers a comprehensive exploration of the socio-political dynamics, class struggles, and community mobilization that propelled the Indian National Congress to prominence in Uttar Pradesh from 1920 to 1940. By understanding the factors that contributed to Congress's ascendancy, readers can gain valuable insights into the region's political history and the broader context of the Indian independence movement.
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