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what is the theme of INDIGO


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indigo delves into first ever of its kind of awakening amongst indians initiated by indians.

 

INDIGO IS THE STORY OF POOR FARMERS OF INDIA WHO WERE EXPLOITED BY THE BRITISHERS AND THERE WAS NO ONE TO HELP THEM UNTIL GANDHI SHOWN UP AND THAT ALSO DUE THE EFFORTS OF A POOR , ILLITERATE FARMER. THIS STORY DEPICTS THAT HOW BY MAKING USE OF NON-VIOLENCE GANDHI JI WAS ABLE TO CONQUR THE WHOLE BRITISH UMPIRE

 

The leadership shown by Mahatma Gandhi to secure justice for the oppressed share croppers in Champaran.

Contributions of the anonymous indians to the freedom movement.

 

The theme behind indigo is that it deals with the first ever movement carried out by Gandhiji in INDIA. It also deals with the fact that peasants, who were bonded to the landlords, realised they too have rights. In short, it conveys that indians learned that they too have rights.