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Vande Mataram Movement in Hyderabad Karnataka 1938-39, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Dept of History, Government First Grade College, Jewargi-585310, Gulbarga, Karnataka, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 4, Issue (9), Pages 30-33, September,14 (2015)


Vande Mataram the word which inspired the whole part of India during Independence spreads unity among the people and creates awareness of oneness among India though it has variety of religion caste and beliefs. The Present paper focused on Vande Mataram Movement of Hyderabad state in general and Hyderabad Karnataka in Particular during National Movement. Vande Mataram movement was an effective and most popular chanting synonym in the freedom struggle of the Nizam state Hyderabad. The words “Vande” and “Mataram” irritated and disturbed both British and the Nizam to whom it seemed horrible to hear and tolerate. It sounded so patriotic the Government soon issued ban on singing Vande Mataram in Public places. But the patriots not caring the ban sung a song to intensify the movement with a view to paralyze the administration and derecognize the despotic rule of the British and the fanatic views of the Nizam. The freedom fighters sacrificed their pleasure and even there soul by singing the song to get freedom. To secure a democratic set up of government but also preserves the Unity, Solidarity and Integrity of India.


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