Which session of INC passed the famous 4 resolutions, namely - swaraj, swadeshi, Boycott and National Education?
The famous 4 resolutions, namely swaraj, swadeshi, boycott, and national education were passed by the 1906 session of the Indian National Congress (INC).
The 1906 session, also known as the Calcutta session, was held in Calcutta (now Kolkata) and was attended by around 1,600 delegates.
The four resolutions were significant because they outlined the key demands and objectives of the Indian independence movement.
The resolution on swaraj (self-rule) called for the establishment of a responsible government in India, while the resolution on swadeshi (self-reliance) called for the promotion of Indian industries and the boycott of foreign goods.
The resolution on boycott called for non-violent resistance to British rule, and the resolution on national education called for the establishment of a system of education that was suitable for the needs of India.
These four resolutions became the guiding principles of the Indian independence movement and played a key role in the eventual attainment of independence from British rule in 1947.