Who is the founder of East India Association?
Who founded East India Association What was its objective?
The East India Association is a company which was formed by Dadabhai naoroji to keep the the Indians in great spirit under the British rule.
Which of the following association had its base in London?
The Bengal British India Society.
What were the two demands of the East India Association?
The key activities of the London Indian Society were to (1) ventilate the Indian political, social and literary subjects (2) formulate the Indian grievances (3) to counter the misrepresentations from India in English press.
Who was the president of East India Association Mumbai branch?
The Bombay branch of the East India Association started in 1869 with eminent persons like William Wedderburm, Pherozeshah Mehta, Mahadev Govind Ranade and Rama Krishna Gopal as its members. Wedderburn and Mehta were to later become the 5th and 6th Presidents of INC respectively.
Who established Indian National Conference?
Surendranath Banerjee and Anandamohan Bose were its main organisers. Two sessions of the conference were held in 1883 and 1885, and these sessions drew representatives from all major towns.
Who demanded for Swaraj?
The Indian National Congress, the largest Indian political party of the time, was at the head of the national debate. Congress leader and famous poet Hasrat Mohani was the first activist to demand complete independence (Poorna Swaraj) from the British in 1921 from an All-India Congress Forum.