The Swadeshi movement took place in India during–

(A) the Champaran Satyagraha of Gandhiji
(B) the anti-Bengal partition agitation
(C) the protest against the Rowlatt Act
(D) the Non-Cooperation Movement
(E) None of the above/More than one of the above

Correct Answer : the anti-Bengal partition agitation
Question Asked : 63rd BPSC (Pre.) Exam 2018
Explanation : The Swadeshi Movement, now known as 'Make in India' campaign was officially pro-claimed on August 7,1905 at the Calcutta Town Hall, in Bengal. Boycott movement was also launched alongwith the Swadeshi movement. The movements included using goods produced in India and burning British-made goods. Bal Gandadhar Tilak encouraged Swadeshi and Boycott movement after the British government decided the partition of Bengal.
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