This famous social reformer and disciple of Mahatma Gandhi was the founder of which of these movements?

This famous social reformer and disciple of Mahatma Gandhi was the founder of which of these movements?

This famous social reformer and disciple of Mahatma Gandhi was the founder of which of these movements?
  • A) White Revolution
  • B) Chipko Movement
  • C) Green Revolution
  • D) Bhoodan Movement

Correct Answer is Bhoodan Movement.

The famous social reformer Vinoba Bhave and disciple of Mahatma Gandhi was the founder Bhoodan Movement. Vinayak Narahari “Vinoba” Bhave was an Indian advocate of nonviolence and human rights. Often called Acharya, he is best known for the Bhoodan Movement. 

In April 1951, Mahatma Gandhi’s student Vinoba Bhave founded the Bhoodan Movement. The campaign, which began spontaneously at an evening meeting in an Andhra Pradesh village, saw landowners transfer land to the landless.

Vinoba Bhave, a Hindu leader, led the Bhoodan movement, a non-governmental land reform campaign. The idea was to persuade affluent landowners to contribute a sixth of their land to Bhave, who would hold it as trustee and transfer it to the poor who were landless.

Amazon Extraordinary Indians in Social Causes Quiz Answers

Answer 1: Swami Dayanand Saraswati

Answer 2: Bachpan Bachao Andolan

Answer 3: Bhoodan Movement

Answer 4: All of these

Answer 5: Maharashtra

Amazon OnePlus Buds Pro Quiz Answers

Amazon Olympics Edition Quiz answers

Amazon Quality Verified Quiz answers

Amazon Women Empowerment Quiz answers

Amazon Extraordinary Indians in Education Quiz answers

Amazon Extraordinary Indians against COVID Quiz answers

Leave a Comment