Starting from the Charter Act of 1833, and ending with the India Independence
Act of 1947, the British government introduced several legislative reforms
and issued executive orders for governance in India. With the emergence
of a demand for swaraj and then purna swaraj, nothing
less than complete independence was acceptable to the people. Attempts
for reform on the one side, and freedom movement on the other side,
went on side by side, leading to the transfer of power in 1947.
Visitors get access to this fascinating
up-and-down story through an interactive computer multimedia set-up.