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Telangana History | Socio-Cultural Awakening Movements

 

Socio Cultural and Library Movements in Telangana

 

1) Rajaram Mohan Roy is the father of modern Indian Renaissance


2) In 1828, Rajaram Mohan Roy started the Brahma Samaj.


3) Rajaram Mohan Roy established the Atmiya Sabha in 1814 at Calcutta.


4) By efforts of Rajaram Mohan Roy, Willian Bentinck passed the Abolition of Sati Act on December 4, 1829.


5) The Brahma Sabha of Ram Mohan Roy  which established in 1828 later came to be popularly known as Brahma Samaj (1861) by the efforts of Devendranath Tagore.


6)
The first conference of the Brahma Samaj was held at Residency Bazaar in Hyderabad on 20th September 1914.


7) Arya Samaj was started in 1875 by Swami Dayanand Saraswathi.


8) Swami Dayanand Saraswati worte Satyarth Prakash (Peavesika), which became the sacred text of the Arya Samaj.


9) Swami Dayanand Saraswati propagated the principles of Arya Samaj through a journal called Vaidika Adarsh.  


10) Dayanand Saraswathi started the Shuddhi movement


11) A branch of Arya Samaj was started in 1892 at Hyderabad by Swami Nithyanand with Kamal Pershad, president and Lakshman Desji, secretary. Kesava Rao Koratkar, Vaman Rao Nayak, Damodara Satyalekar and others joined as members of Arya Samaj  


12) The leader of Arya Samaj Shraddhanand was murdered by Khaja Hasan Nizam for taking up this process of Shuddhi in Hyderabad state.


13) Nizam government expelled Balakrishna Sarma and Nithyanand for taking up Shuddhi programs in the Nizam state in 1894.


14) Nizam banned the publication of  Vaidika Adarsh, a journal published by Arya Samaj in Hyderabad state.  


15)
I
n September, 1947, police opened fire killing 150 people and injuring nearly 250, when they were hoisting Indian National flag at Parakal,


16) In December 1938, All India Arya Samajists Confederation was held at Sholapur, Confederation 
president Loknayak Sri Madhava Rao and Veer Savarkar was the chief guest 


17) Arya Samajists organized Hyderabad Day in January 1939 throughout the country.


18) Arya Samaj worker Boolugoddu Achari started a gym called Sadhanagandi in Warangal.


19) Ittehad-ul-Jainul-Muslimeen was formed on 9th November 1927 for the development of Muslims. In 1929, the term Jainul was removed by forming Majlis-Ittehadul-Muslimeen(M.I.M).


20) 7th Nizam, Mir Osman Ali Khan.Conferred on him the title of Yar Jung.


21) In 1938, conflicts between the Hindus and Muslims for the first time in Hyderabad. This spread throughout the country and came to be popularly known as Dhulpet case.


22)
In September 1940, Sayyed Mahmud Hasan formed volunteers in his organization. These volunteers are known as Razakars, means independent servants


23) After Bahadur Yar Jung, Kasim Razvi became the president of Majlis-i-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen in 1946. 


24) Razakars has reached 50,000 by November, 1947, Kasim Ravi announced that his volunteers would be raised to 5,00,000.


25) On January 10, 1948 the Razakars set ablaze(fire) Railway station at Bibinagar.


26) Razakars murdered  editor of Imroz magazine, Shoabullah Khan on August 21, 1948 for criticizing the acts of the Razakars.


27) After Operation Polo, Union Government attacked the Razakars as part of Police Action and arrested Kasim Razvi 


28) In 1911, Chandala Kesavadasu wrote a play, Karnakataara which laid a foundation for Modern Drama.


29) Chandala Kesavadasu founded Andhra Saraswatha Parishad


30)
Pasam Narayana Reddy wrote Swamy Dayananada Saraswathi’s auto biography in the form of “Buraa Katha”, and composed poetry on Tyagamurthulu and Sadavisa Reddy.


31)
Saahithimekha, first Literacy Organization to start in Telangana, 1936 by Ambatipudi Venkataratna Sastry in Nalgonda with the help of Dhavla Srinivasa Rao, Pulijala Hanumantha Rao, Survaram Pratapa Reddy


32) 
In 1939,  “Sadhana Samithi” organization was established. Members of the organization were Burgala Ranganadha Rao, Bhaskarabhatla Krishna Rao, Veldurthi Manikya Rao. The main aim of the organization was to encourage upcoming young writers and their works


33) Sadhana Samithi organization published the writings of Burgala Ranganadha Rao’s Vyahyali (Stories), Devulapalli Ramanuja’s Rao’s Navya Kavita Neerajanam, Bhoginarayana Murthy’s Pariksha Chaduvula, Gaadiraja Venkataramanaiah’s Bhogaraju.


34) On 20th November 1914, Suravaram Pratapa Reddy started a Literary Organization called Vignana Vardhini Parishad


35) on May 26th 1943, Nizam Rashtrandhra Saraswata Parishad was established in Reddy Hostel for the promotion of Telugu language.


36) In 1949, word Nizam Rashtra was deleted from it and named as Andhra Saraswata Parishad. 
The prominent founder members of this organization were Madapati Hanumantha Rao, Devulapalli Ramanuja Rao and Burgula Ranganadha Rao.  


37)
Ravi Narayana Reddy, Navya Sahithi Samithi, Kaloji Narayana Rao, Vaithalika Samithi played an important role in the development of Telugu language in Telangana.


38)
The famous song Bandenaka Bandi Katti, Padahaaru Bandlu Katti, Ye Bandla Vatoavu Koduko Nizam Sarkaroda which shown the Telangana Armed Struggle was written by Yadagiri  


39) Sudhala Hammanthu a famous Harikatha artist, wrote songs Pasulagase Poragada, Paalu marasi yennallayindo has reverberated the entire Telangana 


40) Thirunagari wrote songs like Sai sai Gopala Reddy! Neevu nilichavu pranaloddi. 


41) Kaloji wrote songs like Mana Kompalaarchina, mana streela cherachina, mana pillala champi manila bandhinchina.


42) In Telangana, Komarraju Lakshmana Rao’s Yebadivela Beramu, wrote in 1910 was considered as the first story to have been published. But some others opined,  Hrisaya Salyamu, which was written by Madapati Hanumantha Rao in 1912, was the first story.  


43)
Thirunagari Ramanjaneyulu writings were like Golla Suddulu, Pittaladora Vesham and Burra Kathas.


44) Maa Bhoomi drama by Sunkara- Vasireddy’s


45) Thirunagari wrote Virabandagi and  Telangana Vira Yodhul Burrakathas.


46) Literary works were Bollimuntha Sivarama Krishna’s Mrityunjayula(1947) and Lakshmikanth Mohan’s Simhagarjana (1950).


47) Vattikota Alwar Swamy was a renowned Brahmin and known as Telangana Gorki.  He wrote Chinnapppade in 1944, Prajalamanishi (1955) and novel Gangu


48) Kanchanapalli China Venkatarama Rao wrote Aruna Rekkalu, and a collection of stories called Manavoollo Koodana.


49) Avula Pichaiah trained youngsters in guerillas war strategies  in the movement. He also wrote no of stories between 1946 and 1948. 
His stories were like Eethaginja ichi Taatiginaja laagina Jamindar, Doura, Oogegimpul, Vettichaakiri (Bonded Labor), Dinacharya, etc.


50)
 1st time the thought of mother of Telangana (Telangana Talli) was expressed by B.Viswanadham.


51) Dasarathi worte Naa Telangana Talli Kanjaatavalli, Naa Telangana Seema Soundarya Seema, Naa Telangana Koti Ratanaala Veena 


52) P.V.Narasimha Rao wrote GollaRaamavva


53) Dalit poet Bhagyareddy Varma  wrote Vyakthi Maadiga Katha


54) The Kambukandara Charitra was the first novel written by Tadakamalla Krishn Rao in Telangana region.


55)  Jagganidde wrote Lokamalahari explains Dalits lifestyle.


56) Rudramadevi was the first historical novel written by Oddiraju Ramachandra Rao.


57) Dasarathi Rangacharya  wrote novels  like ModuguPoolu (1971), Janapadam (1976) and Chillara Devullu. 
In 1971, Chillara Devullu novel received Rashtra Sahitya Academy Award.


58)  Gollapudi Narayana Rao wrote novel, Telugu Gadda


59) Thirunagari Ramanjaneyulu wrote Sangam


60) Kandimalla Pratapa Reddy wrote Bandook


61) Mudiganti sujatha Reddy wrote Maluputirigina Ratha Chakralu


62)
 
In Telangana, Library in Secunderbad in the year 1872 started by Somasundar Mudaliar. This is considered as the first library in Andhra pradesh and Telangana. This was merged in Mahboobia College in 1884.


63) In 1872, Mudigonda Sandaradyulu started Shankarananda Library at Shankar Math in Secunderabad. He 
also established  Sarvajanika Library at Secunderabad in the same year.


64) In 1892, Asafia State Library was established 


65) In 1895, Bharat Gunavardhak Association Library was started at Shalibanda.


66) In 1896, Albert Reading Room was set up at Bollaram.


67) Komarraju Lakshmana Rao was consider as father of the Library Movement. He worked as Diwan in the estate of Munagalazamindar 


68)
In 1901, Komarraaju Lakshmana Rao established Sree krishnadevaraya Andhra Bhasha Nilayam with the support of Munagala Sri Nayani Venkataranga Rao and Raavichettu Ranga Rao in Hyderabad. This library was set up in Sri Ravichettu Ranga Rao’s house.


69) In 1904, Raja Raja Narendra Andhra Bhasha Nilayam library was started in Hanumakonda, in Warangal 


70) In 1905, Andhra Samvardhani Library in Secunderabad


71) Kommarraju Lakshmana Rao, Ravichettu Ranga Rao started Vijnana Chandrika Grantha Mandali in 1906, at Hyderabad.


72) Kodati Narayana Rao wrote autobiography Narayanatrayam 

 

73) In 1910, Andhra Bhasha Nilayam was established in Khammam.


74) In 1913, Prataparudra Andhra Bhasha Nilayam was established at Masikonda in Warangal District and Sanskruta Kalavardhini Library in Hyderabad.


75) 
War of Independence written by Veersavarkar, banned by Nizams Government.


76)
Suravaram Pratapa Reddy wrote Telangana-Anshrual Kartavyam 


77) 1920, Maduri Raghavulu started a Library, Bhashakalpavalli in Secunderabad,


78) In 1923, Balasaraswathi Library was established at Afzalganj in Hyderabad.


79) In 1923, Vemana Andhra Bhasha Nilayam was established by Konda Venkata Reddy 


80) In 1923, Andhra Vidhyardhi Association Library was established in Khammam


81) 1925, Andhra Sisters Association Library was established in Hyderabad.


82) In 1926, B.S.Venkata Rao  established Adihindu Library in Medak District.


83) On 1st April 1923, Andhra Jana Kendra Sangham was established with Madapati Hanumantha Rao as Secretary and Barrister Rajagopal Reddy as its president.


84) In 1941, the leader of Telangana Armed struggle, Ravi Narayana Reddy established Farmers Library at Chilukuru in Nalgonda district.


85) The First Mobile Library in Telangana was started by T.K Balayya, the Taluka officer of Armur in Nizamabad District.

 

 MCQ Bits Socio Cultural and Library Movements in Telangana

 

1) Who is considered as the father of modern Indian Renaissance.

a) Bhagya Reddy Varma

b) Rajaram Mohan Roy

c) Venkateshwarlu

d) R.K Murthy

b) Rajaram Mohan Roy

 

2) In 1828, Rajaram Mohan Roy started _____?

a) Youth Federation

b) English Schools in Hyderabad

c) Brahma Samaj

d) Dalit Students Association

c) Brahma Samaj

 

3) The main activities of Brahma Samaj includes following.

a) The boycott of child marriages

b) Performance of widow remarriages

c) Fight against polygamy

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

4) Raja Ram Mohan Roy opposed ____ among the following.

a) Idol Worship

b) Opposed that the God is single

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Idol Worship

 

5) Raja Ram Mohan Roy first established the Atmiya Sabha in 1814 at?

a) Hyderabad

b) Secunderabad

c) Warangal

d) Calcutta

d) Calcutta

 

6) RajaRam Mohan Roy fought against ____?

a) Environmental Protection

b) Sati Sahagamanam

c) Neeti

d) All of the above

b) Sati Sahagamanam

 

7) The Brahma Sabha established in 1828 by Ram Mohan Roy, later popularly known as Brahma Samaj (1861) by the efforts of ______?

a) Devendranath Tagore

b) Bhagya Reddy

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Devendranath Tagore

 

8) Hyderabad government given legal approval for the marriages performed in accordance with the traditions of Brahma Samaj in ?

a) 1872

b) 1873

c) 1874

d) 1875

a) 1872

 

9) The first conference of the Brahma Samaj was held at Residency Bazaar in Hyderabad on _____?

a) 17th September 1914

b) 18th September 1914

c) 19th September 1914

d) 20th September 1914

d) 20th September 1914

 

10) Who among the following took oath as members of Brahama Samaj?

a) Venkataramaiah

b) B. Ramayya

c) J.S.Mutthaiah

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

11) Arya Samaj was started in the year of _____?

a) 1873

b) 1874

c) 1875

d) 1876

c) 1875

 

12) Arya Samaj was started by ?

a) Dayanand Saraswathi

b) Rajaram Mohan Roy

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Dayanand Saraswathi

 

13) Shuddi means ____?

a) Dedication

b) Sacrifice

c) Anointing

d) Purification

d) Purification

 

14) During the British, Andaman Islands was known as _____?

a) Kalapanni

b) Kalapai

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Kalapanni

 

15) Kalapanni means ____?

a) White Water

b) Black Water

c) Red Water

d) None of the above

b) Black Water

 

16) A branch of Arya Samaj was started in 1892 at Hyderabad by?

a) Swami Nithyanand

b) Bhagya Reddy

c) B.S Venkat Rao

d) Suravaram Pratapa Reddy

a) Swami Nithyanand

 

17) The President of Ittehadul-Muslimeen, Bahadur Yar Jung has ordered to convert ____into Islamic religion.

a) Dalits

b) Tribal Communities

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

a) Dalits

 

18) The leader of Arya Samaj, Shraddhanand was murdered by ?

a) Maqbul Ali Khan

b) Khaja Hasan Nizam

c) Khaja Ibrahim Sabri

d) Mohammud Hussain Pasha

b) Khaja Hasan Nizam

 

19) Nizam government expelled ______ for taking up Shuddhi programs in the Nizam state in 1894.

a) Balakrishna Sarma

b) Nithyanand

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

20) In 1934, the Nizam government announced to take prior permission from the government to perform ____?

a) Homas

b) Havans

c) Both a and b

d) None of the above

c) Both a and b

 

21) Arya Samaj also led the campaign of ____ movement?

a) Swadeshi movement

b) Non-Violence Movement

c) Satya Graha Movement

d) None of the above

a) Swadeshi movement

 

22) In December 1938, All India Arya Samajists Confederation was held at?

a) Warangal

b) Khammam

c) Gorakpur

d) Sholapur

d) Sholapur

 

23) The Arya Samajists organized for the first time in Hyderabad ?

a) January 1939

b) January 1948

c) January 1937

d) January 1941

a) January 1939

 

24) Bahadur Yar Jung died in _____ year?

a) 1944

b) 1945

c) 1946

d) 1947

a) 1944

 

25) Kasim Razvi became the president of Majlis-i-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen in which year?

a) 1964

b) 1945

c) 1946

d) 1947

c) 1946

 

26) Razakars murdered the editor of Imroz magazine, Shoabullah Khan on ?

a) August 21, 1948

b) August 22, 1948

c) August 23, 1948

d) August 24, 1948

a) August 21, 1948

 

27) Golkonda Kavula Sanchika, was a collection of the writings of ____ no of poets.

a) 353

b) 354

c) 355

d) 356

b) 354

 

28) Toli Sandhya was released in the year of ?

a) 1946

b) 1947

c) 1948

d) 1949

a) 1946

 

29) Thirunagari Ramanjaneyulu brought awareness by his writings such as?

a) Golla Suddulu

b) Pittaladora Vesham

c) Burra Kathas.

d) All of the above

d) All of the above

 

30) Maatrugeetam written in the year of?

a) 1952

b) 1953

c) 1954

d) 1955

c) 1954

 

31) In 1896, Albert Reading Room was set up at ____?

a) Warangal

b) Bollaram

c) Hanumakonda

d) Secunderabad

b) Bollaram

 

32) In 1910 Andhra Bhasha Nilayam was established in _____ region?

a) Khammam

b) Warangal

c) Medak

d) Adilabad

a) Khammam

 

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