Who used Swaraj for the first time?
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In this regard, who used Swaraj word first time?
3 Gandhi's Vision of Swaraj : Gandhi used swaraj for the first time in his writing in the year 1906 in connection with Shyamji Krishna Verma, an Indian patriot, who had risked his profession, security of life for the sake of swaraj.
Subsequently, question is, who was the first person to advocate the concept of Swaraj? Tilak was one of the prime architects of modern India and probably the strongest advocates of swaraj (self rule). He was conferred upon the title, “Lokmanya” (beloved leader) by his followers.
Consequently, when was Swaraj demanded for the first time?
The India demanded for Purna Swaraj or complete independence for the first time in Lahore session of Congress in Dec. 1929. The Congress adopted the Purna Swaraj Resolution in its Lahore session. It rejected the earlier demand of dominion status and now demanded complete independence for the first time.
Who conceived the concept of Gram Swaraj?
Mahatma Gandhi was a strong advocate of Gram Swaraj or Village self-rule. Gandhiji always remarked that India as a nation is formed of the village as units.