During 1921 and 1922 the Non-Cooperation Movement gained impetus.
Result of the Non-Cooperation Movement
- Thousands of students left government controlled schools and colleges.
- Many lawyers gave up their practices.
- British titles were surrendered
- Legislatures were boycotted.
- People publicly burnt foreign cloth.
- The imports of foreign cloth fell drastically between 1920 and 1922.
Burning of Foreign Clothes
Hindus and Muslims, displaying the flags of both the Indian National Congress and the Muslim League collecting clothes to be later burnt as a part of the Non-cooperation movement of Mohandas Gandhi. 1922
The Non-Cooperation Movement was only a precedent to the large scale revolt against the yet to come.