By Dongkyu
  • The Sepoy Mutiny

    The Sepoy Mutiny
    Sepoys, the indian soldiers rebelled because they had to bite off end of catridge to use a catridge that was greased with pork and beef fat but Hindu and Muslim think cow as a sacred animal (Hindu and Muslim don't eat cows).
  • British in control

    British in control
    British government took direct command of India as the result of mutiny.
  • Indian National Congress

    Indian National Congress
    The growing nationalism led to founding of nationalist group that called Indian National Congress.
  • South Africa

    South Africa
    Gandhi went South Africa to work as a legal representative dor the Indian Traders. He stayed 21 years in Sout Africa and fought for civil rights for muslim and hindu indians with nonviolence.
  • Muslim League

    Muslim League
    The growing nationalism led to founding of another nationalist group, Muslim League.
  • Gandhi return

    Gandhi return
    Gandhi return to India from South Africa and since then he fought for India's independence with nonviolence.
  • Indian soldier return home

    Indian soldier return home
    Indian troops returned home from the WW1 to service British government but they were still treated of second class citizens because British government didn't kept their promise about reforms which will let Indian lead to self government.
  • Amritsar Massacre

    Amritsar Massacre
    Indians protest the Rowlatt Acts which was a law that allow government to put jail protesters without a trial.
  • Civil Disobedience

    Civil Disobedience
    The congress party endorsed civil disobedience, the deliberate and public refusal to obey an unjust law, and nonviolence as the means to achieve independence.
  • Burn the clothes

    Burn the clothes
    In Bombay, Gandhi opened a campaign that burns the foreign clothes in the bonfire and asked everybody to participate in to showing that they're opposing British government.
  • Salt March

    Salt March
    Gandhi organized a demonstration to defy the hated Salt Acts because Indians only can buy the salt from British government.
  • Gandhi-Irwin Pact

    Gandhi-Irwin Pact
    Gandhi went over to England to meet Lord Irwin who was the Viceroy of India and had an agreement for India's future in the round table conference.
  • India Act

    India Act
    The British parliament passed the government of India Act which provided local self government and limited democratic elections. Not yet a total independence.
  • Kasturbai death

    Kasturbai death
    Gandhi's wife Kasturbai died at age of 74. She was one of the great suppoter of Gandhi.
  • Calcutta Riot

    Calcutta Riot
    The riot happened in Calcutta was between Hindu and Muslim crash each other and it lasts 4 days. It left a lot of casualties. Gandhi did fast for stop this riot.
  • India Independence

    India Independence
    The Bristish House of Comons granted India a self rule but eventually India was divided into two nations, India and Pakistan because of Hindu and Muslim.
  • Gandhi death

    Gandhi death
    Gandhi was shot by a Hindu extremist because he was being too protective on Muslims. He was dead.