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What was the another name of pledge of Indian Independence '?

Last Updated: 8th May, 2020

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Declaration of Independence Pledge Though the congress passed the Poorna Swaraj Resolution in December 1929, it was a month later on January 26, 1930, when a Pledge of Indian Independence also known as Declaration of Independence was taken.

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Also question is, who started freedom fight in India?

Dhondiya Wagh was the first true freedom fighter of India who revolted against the British rule in 1799. Aigur (Ballam) Venkatadri Nayak was another leader from karnataka who started his revolt when the British were tied down by Dhondiya Wagh.

Similarly, who was the first Indian to fight against British? Puli Thevar, is notable for being the first Indian ruler to fight against the British rule in India. Pazhassi Raja, fought the British in a series of continuous struggles for 13 years during the Cotiote War. Velu Nachiyar, was one of the earliest Indian queens to fight against the British colonial power in India.

Also know, who used first time Swaraj word?

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