Independence Day 2023: The Complete Timeline of Indian Freedom Struggle

Diwali 2023 – The people of India will celebrate their 77th Diwali this year. 76 years have passed since India gained independence from British rule. The day also coincides with the partition of India into two new dominions, India and Pakistan.

On August 15, 1947, the first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, unfurled the Indian tricolor flag at the Lahori Gate of the Red Fort in Delhi. The auspicious day came after a long battle and a series of events listed below.

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Full Timeline of India’s Independence Day

Year

Event

1857

The revolt of 1857

1875

Establishment of the Indian League

1876

vernacular press law

1882

Hunters Commission

1883

Ilbert Bill proposed by Lord Ripon

The revolt of 1857Source: National Army Museum

1884

Ilbert Bill passed away

1885

Establishment of the INC.

The first session of the INC was held in Bombay from December 28 to 31, 1885.

1897

Ramakrishna Mission founded

by Swami Vivekanand

July 1905

Lord Curzon announced the partition of Bengal

October 16, 1905

Partition of Bengal

December 31, 1906

All India Muslim League founded in Dhaka

1907

INC Surat Division

August 11, 1908

Execution of Khudiram Bose

1909

Minto-Morley Reforms or Indian Councils Act of 1909

It was passed

1910

indian press law

1911

Cancellation of the partition of Bengal

April 1916

Bal Gangadhar Tilak Autonomy

December 1916

Lucknow Pact

1917

Champaran Satyagraha

1918

Madras Workers’ Union formed

1919

Montagu–Chelmsford reforms

February 16, 1919

The Rowlatt Act is passed

April 13, 1919

Jallianwala Bagh massacre

1920-22

non-cooperation movement

February 5, 1922

Chauri-Chaura movement

Jallianwala Bagh

Source: MK Gandhi organization

late 1922 –

early 1923

Swarajya Party was born

1925

Kakori Conspiracy

1927

Establishment of the Simon Commission

1928

  • Saunders assassination by Bhagat Singh.
  • Nehru Report

February 3, 1928

The Simon Commission arrives in India

December 1929

Purna Swaraj statement at the Lahore session

April 8, 1929

Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt bombed the Central Legislative Assembly

April 18, 1930

Chittagong Armory Raid

March 12, 1930

dandy march

April 6, 1930

End of the Dandi March

November 30

1930

1st Round Table

March 5, 1931

  • Gandhi-Irwin Pact
  • INC Karachi Session

September 7th

1931

2nd Round Table

1932

  • poona law
  • 3rd Round Table Conference

1935

Government of India Act

June 22, 1939

All India Advanced Bloc formed

August 18–22, 1940

Lord Linlithgow’s August Offer

1942

Get out of India movement

1942

  • Mission Cripps
  • Establishment of the Indian Independence League.
  • Formation of Azad Hind Fauj (September 1)

[1945[1945

Wavell Plan announced in

shimla conference

1946

Cabinet Mission

June 1947

Mountbatten Plan

1947

Indian Independence Act

August 14, 1947

Partition of India and Pakistan

August 15, 1947

India freed itself from colonial rule

the-partition-india-pakistanSource: The Daily Guardian

The national holiday will be celebrated across the country with flag-raising ceremonies, parades and cultural events. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will raise the tricolor flag at the Red Fort and award the staff and security forces. This year, Freedom Day programs and events will focus on the theme “Nation First, Always First.”

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Happy Independence Day!

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