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Volume : II, Issue : VII, August - 2012

Freedom Movement In Madras Presidency With Special Reference To The Role Of Kamaraj (1920-1945)


DOI : 10.9780/22307850, Published By : Laxmi Book Publication

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This Paper mainly attempts to examine the Part played by Kamaraj in freedom movement from 1920 to 1945. He played a dominant role in Madras Presidency. He was much impressed by the Gandhian Ideology and joined the Indian National Congress as an ordinary worker. Kamaraj Suffered in Jails during the Gandhian Movements and sacrificed his everything for the cause of our nation. He was awarded Bharat Rathna for his meritorious services to the nation. The emergence of Gandhi on the Indian political scene was an event of incalculable importance.It changed the very course of the Indian struggle for freedom. Kamaraj, the true follower of Gandhi, entered the freedom struggle as an unknown, ordinary volunteer of the provincial branch of the Indian national congress.

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P.VENKATESAN and N.SIVAKUMAR, (2012). Freedom Movement In Madras Presidency With Special Reference To The Role Of Kamaraj (1920-1945). Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. II, Issue. VII, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

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