Hindavi Swarajya

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Hindavi Swarajya(Devnagri:हिन्दवी स्वराज) (IPA:Hindavī Svarājya) ("Indian self-rule" or "Hindu self-rule") is a term for sociopolitical movements seeking to remove foreign military and political influences from India.[1] The term was first used in a 1645 CE letter by Shivaji, founder of the Maratha Empire.[2] The term was later adopted by Bal Gangadhar Tilak, one of the early leaders of the Indian independence movement against the British Empire.[3]

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