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August 14, 2020

Modern India History l 1757-1987 Timeline ll Important Dates and Events

Modern India History 1757-1987 Timeline

Year
Events/ Acts/ Reforms
1757
Battle of Plassey : The British defeat Siraj ud –Daulah
1760
Battle of Wandiwash  : The british defeat french
1761
Third Battle of Panipat
1764
 Battle of Buxar : The british defeat Mir Kasim
1765
The british get diwani rights in Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (Treaty of Allahabad)
1767-1769
First Mysore war
1772
Warren Hastings appointed as Governor of Bengal
1773
     Regulating Act
1775-1782
The first Anglo Maratha War
1784
     Pitt’s India Act
1793
Permanent Settlement
1798
Subsidiary Alliance
1806
Vellore Mutiny
1815
Atmiya Sabha by Raja Ram Mohan Roy
1828
Brahma Samaj by Raja Ram Mohan Roy
1829
Abolition of Sati
1835
Calcutta Medical College
1835
English Education in India Macaulay’s Minutes
1848
Doctrine of Lapse
1853
The Indian Railways was launched on 16th April 1853.
1854
Wood’s Despatch
1854
Post and Telegraph
1856
Widows Remarriage Act
1857
Outbreak of the Mutiny, Revolt and First war of Independence
1857
Establishment of Universities at Bombay, Calcutta and Madras
1858
Goverment of India Act
1858
Jhansi Rani (Manikarnika) killed in battle (17 June 1858)
1858
Queen Victoria’s Proclamation
1860
Enact of the Indian Penal Code
1861
Indian Council Act, 1861 passed by British Parliament
1861
Indian High Court Act Passed
1862
The high court of Calcutta, Madras, and Bombay are established

1867
“Prarthana Samaj” Established  by Atmaram
1869
Mahatma Gandhi is born on 2nd Oct (to 30 January 1948)
1872
First Census Mayo
 
 
1873
“Satyashodhak Samaj” is a society established by Jyotirao Phule on 24th Sep
1875
“Arya Samaj” Established
1876
The Royal Titles Act gave Queen Victoria the title of Empress India or Kaiser i Hind
1877
First Delhi Durbar organised by Lytton on Jan 1st
1878
The Vernacular Press Act
1878 -80
The Second Anglo Afghan War
1881
Factory Act
1881
First Official Census by Lord Ripon
1881
Repeal of Vernacular Press Act
1882
Hunter Commission
1882
Local Self Government
1885
Indian National Congress Established on 28th Dec
1903
Second Delhi Durbar
1904
Indian University Act
1905
Bengal Partition on 16th October
1906
The All India Muslim League was formed by Aga Khan and Nawab Salimullah Khan in Dhaka in 1906 Dec 30th
1907
Surat Split
1909
Morley-Minto Reforms
1911
Transfer Capital to Delhi
1911
Cancellation of Partition of Bengal
1911
Third Delhi Durbar
1911
British government change capital city from Calcutta to Delhi on 12th Dec
1913
Rabindranath Tagore won Nobel Prize in Literature
1913
Gadar Party
1914-1918
First World War
1915
Gandhi’s return ( January 9)
1916
Home Rule Movement in 1916. Home Rule movements led by Annie Besant and Bal Gangadhar Tilak kept the national movement alive.
1916
Lucknow Pact (Where Gandhiji and Nehru met for first time)
1917
Champaran Satyagraha
The first strike led by Gandhiji in India was the Champaran Satyagraha in 1917.
1917
Sadler commission
1917
August Declaration
1918
Ahmadabad Mill Strike.  In 1918, Gandhiji led another strike for the wage hike of cotton mill workers in Ahmadabad. It was the first hunger strike ever employed by Gandhiji in India.
1918
The Kheda Satyagraha
1919
Montagu–Chelmsford Reforms
1919
Dyarchy in Province
1919
Rowlatt Act was passed
1919
Jallianwala Bagh massacre
1919
Khilafat Movement
Khilafat Day was observed all over India on 17 October 1919.
1920
Non Cooperation Movement
The Non-Cooperation Movement was a mass protest conducted by the Indian National Congress under the leadership of Gandhiji. It was the special session of the Indian National Congress held at Calcutta in 1920 that approved the Non-Cooperation Movement.
1921
Prince of Wales visited
1922
Chauri Chaura incident
Chauri Chaura Incident In 1922, the farmers of Chauri Chaura village in Uttar Pradesh organized a demonstration against the harsh measures of the British. The police opened fire at the procession of around three thousand unarmed farmers. The angry mob retaliated by burning down the police station, which resulted in the death of 22 policemen. Gandhiji called off the Non-Cooperation Movement completely as the incident violated the principles of non-violent resistance.
1923
Swaraj Party
1928
Simon commission
1928
Bardoli Satyagraha
1929
Poorna Swaraj Lahore Congress
1929
Sarda Act
1930
Civil disobedience or Salt Satyagraha Dandi March
1930
First Round Table Conference
1931`
Gandhi – Irwin Pact March 5
1931
Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev Martyred on 23rd March
1931
Second Round Table Conference
1932
Third  Round Table Conference
1932
Communal Award
1932
Poona Pact
1932
Third Round Table Conference
1935
Government of India Act
1937
Indian provincial elections, 1937 Provisional Autonomy
1939
All India Forward Block Established by Subhas Chandra Bose
1939 -1945
Second World War
1940
Lahore Resolution (Demand for Pakistan) on 23 March
1940
Individual Satyagraha
1940
August Offer on 8th Aug
1942
Cripps Mission
1942
Quit India Movement
The Quit India Movement was a remarkable mass movement against the British government. The movement was launched in the All India Congress Committee session held at Bombay on 8 August 1942. The session demanded the British to hand over all administrative powers to the Indians and to quit India.9 August as ‘Quit India Day’.
1942
Indian National Army Established by Subhas Chandra Bose
1943
Arzi Hukumat-e-Azad Hind, the Provisional Government of Free India formed by Netaji.
1944
Kasturba Gandhi passed away on 22 February 1944 in prison( Agha Khan Palace in Pune)
Kasthurba died Bombay plan CR FORMULA
1945
INA Trial
1945
Simla Conference
1946
Royal Indian Navy Mutiny
1946
Cabinet Mission
1946
Interim Government
1947
Atlee’s Declaration
1947
Mount Pattern Plan or June 3 Plan
1947
Indian Independence Act on July
1947
India Became Free on 15th Aug and Tri colour flag was hoisted in the place of British Jack on the Historic Red Fort at Delhi