1.discuss any 3 factors that made mahatma Gandhi to lead India towards independence?
2.why jallianwala bagh massacre is considered as turning point in the history of Indian national movement.

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Answer 2 →The most famous incident in India's history, Jallianwalla Bagh massacre took place on 13th April 1919 .The British General Dyer had ordered firing on innocent villagers who had gathered at Jallianwalla Bagh to attend the Bhasakhi  fair. Public reaction to the incident took a violent turn in many north Indian towns. 

Answer 1
→ ·The discrimination of gender/rase/caste  by British Government
                      ·By Following various things/movements like Satyagraha   
                      ·By increasing taxation and killing of Indian people by small mistakes by British Government.
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The three factors which made Gandhi to lead India towards independence were,
1. He saw the dissimilarity among the people, when he was thrown out of the train. So, he thought to overthrow this.
2. His non-violence path lead him to lead India towards independence.
3. His satyagraha, and non-cooperation movement laid basis for India to get freedom.

Jallianwala bagh was a great massacre which was held in 13 April 1919. This massacre was done by General Dyer, who was the general at that time. He ogave the firig order, and thus, killed many people. This was seems to be a turning point of Indian national movement, as after this, the people took the violence in their hands, then, Mahatma Gandhi made to be follow non-violence again. Though, some leaders started to fight through violence.

So, this seems to be a turning point in the Indian history.

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