2 edition of Dadabhai Naoroji and the drain theory found in the catalog.
Dadabhai Naoroji and the drain theory
|Statement||[by] B.N. Ganguli.|
|LC Classifications||HB125.N35 G35 1965a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 152 p.|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||sa 66001098|
- meaning and components of economic drain of wealth from British India - Drain Theory in Dadabhai Naoroji’s book poverty and unBritish rule in India - . Dadabhai Naoroji (–), the “grand old man” of the Congress who served three times as its president, was the leading exponent of the popular economic “drain” argument, which offered theoretical support to nationalist politics by insisting that India’s poverty was the product of British exploitation.
Dadabhai Naoroji. Dadabhai Naoroji () was an Indian political leader and one of the founders of the Indian National Congress. A leading nationalist author and spokesman, he was the first Indian to be elected to membership in the British Parliament. Dadabhai Naoroji was born into a leading Parsi family in . A moderate himself, Naoroji acted as a liaison between nationalist Indians and British parliamentarians. Drain Theory. Dadabhai Naoroji was among the key proponents of the ‘Drain Theory’, disseminating it in his book ‘Poverty and Un-British Rule in India’.Author: Om Marathe.
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Dadabhai Naoroji and the Drain Theory Hardcover – January 1, by B Ganguli (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: B Ganguli. Dadabhai Naoroji’s concept of wealth drain from India during British rule got huge attention.
He mentioned the same concept in his book Poverty and Un-British Rule in India. After completing his. Dadabhai Naoroji’s most popular book is Poverty And Un British Rule In India (Classics Of In Dadabhai Naoroji has 30 books on Goodreads with ratings. Home. Dadabhai Naoroji and His Drain of Wealth Theory Through his work with economics, Dadabhai Naoroji and the drain theory book sought to prove that Britannia was draining money out of India.
When elected to Parliament by a narrow margin of 5 votes his first speech was about questioning Britain’s role in India. Before Gandhi and Nehru, there was Dadabhai Naoroji.
In the s he called out British policies that immiserated and starved Indians and became the first-ever Indian member of Parliament. Disillusioned by efforts to work within the system, he later called for self-rule. Dinyar Patel's is the first comprehensive study of this nationalist pioneer.
forerunners of Dadabhai Naoroji's Drain Theory. Although ideological ancestry of the drain theory can be traced back to Raja Rammohan Roy who first voiced his complaint against 'tribute' to England2 it was a small band of Maharashtrian intel-lectuals who first made the economic drain.
Dadabhai Naoroji. Dadabhai Naoroji 4 September – 30 Juneknown as the Grand Old Man of India, was a Parsi intellectual, educator, cotton trader, and an early Indian political and social leader.
His book Poverty and Un-British Rule in India brought attention to the draining of India's wealth into Britain. The ‘Drain Theory’ was first developed by Dadabhai Naoroji in a series of speeches and writings subsequently published in in a volume entitled Poverty and un-British Rule in India.
Marginal contributions to the theory were also made by R.C. Dutt, G. Iyer, G.K. Gokhale and P.C. Ray. Drain of wealth refers to the theory given by Dadabhai Naroji who for the first time exposed the real face of British rule in his famous book “poverty and un_british rule in India, Drain and wealth from India was transferred to British in no.
InDadabhai Naoroji put forward the ‘ drain of wealth’ theory in which he stated that the Britain was completely draining India. Dadabhai Naoroji mentioned this theory in his book Poverty and Un-British Rule in India.
Further in his book, he stated the loss. Dadabhai Naoroji and the Drain Theory Dadabhai Naoroji Memorial Prize Fund lectures: Author: Birendranath Ganguli: Publisher: Asia Publishing House, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Dadabhai Naoroji’s incredible aptitude for economics resulted in him writing a seminal text called ‘Poverty and Un-British Rule in India’ where its pages spoke of his renowned ‘Theory of Drain of Wealth’.
Drain theory and poverty. Dadabhai Naoroji's work focused on the drain of wealth from India into England through colonial rule.  One of the reasons that the Drain theory is attributed to Naoroji is his decision to estimate the net national profit of India, and by.
Based on the drain theory of Dadabhai Naroji, the nationalists came to see the foreign capital in perilous terms. They came to regard foreign capital as an unmitigated evil, which did not develop a country but exploited and impoverished it. Dadabhai Naroji saw foreign capital to be representing despoliation and exploitation of Indian resources.
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Dadabhai Naoroji was among the key proponents of the ‘Drain Theory’, disseminating it in his book ‘Poverty and Un-British Rule in India’. What is Drain Theory. The person who first raised this issue of drain of resources from India to England was Dadabhai Naoroji in his book “Poverty and Un-British Rule in India” published in the year Dadabhai Naoroji tried to explain in his book the causes of drain, to measure the extent.
Dadabhai Naoroji and The Drain Theory. By B. Ganguli. New York: Asia Publishing House, ix, pp. Index.
$ - Volume 26 Issue 4 - Richard P. KozickiCited by: 7. Dadabhai naoroji has written many famous books that helps us to know how India is being developed and poverty that has led to maximum damage of our country. Two famous books written by him that explains the drain theory is the book named"poverty in India' and "poverty and unbritish rule in India" both the books changed the mindset of many.
He was one of the primary advocates of Swaraj, or self-rule, for India. Naoroji's most lasting contribution to Indian nationalism was his exposition of the exploitative nature of British colonialism through his 'drain theory'.
In his public life spanning over six decades, Naoroji amassed a voluminous correspondence.5/5(1). The most sophisticated account of the economic drain—a basic characteristic of the Indian colonial economy—was made by Dadabhai Naoroji in in his book, Poverty and un-British Rule in India.
The basic purpose of his study was to measure mass poverty which was a direct consequence of the economic drain. The drain of wealth was the portion of India’s wealth and economy that was not available to Indians. The Drain of Wealth theory was systemically initiated by Dadabhai Naoroji in and further analysed and developed by R.P.
Dutt, M.G Ranade etc; InDadabhai Naoroji put forward the ‘ drain of wealth ’ theory in which. Dadabhai’s Theory of Drain of Wealth. Naoroji concentrated his work on drainage of wealth of India to Britain during the British Raj in India and systematically introduced the ‘Drain of Wealth theory’ to elucidate his perspective.