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The term "Boycott of British Goods" was used in which of the following movements?
1. Swadeshi Movement
2. Quit India Movement
3. Non-Cooperation Movement
4. Home Rule Movement

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Correct Answer - Option 1 : Swadeshi Movement

The correct answer is Swadeshi Movement.

  • The term "Boycott of British Goods" was used in Swadeshi Movement.

  • Boycott and Swadeshi Movement (1905 AD-1908 AD):
    • The Partition of Bengal came into effect on 16th October 1905 AD.
    • Which intended to reduce the old province of Bengal in size by creating a new province of East Bengal.
    • The Boycott and Swadeshi Movement had its genesis in the anti-partition movement.
    • In the movement, the people of India boycotted British goods and started using swadeshi goods.

  • The Quit India Movement was started in 1942 when Mahatma Gandhi raised the slogan of ‘Quit India' and 'Do or Die'.
  • Non-cooperation Movement was started in 1920 and lasted till 1922 until the Chauri Chaura Incident.
  • Home Rule Movement started in 1916.

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