(a) Under the leadership of Gandhiji, the Civil Disobedience Movement was launched in 1930. The Dandi March signified the start of the Civil Disobedience Movement.
It carried forward the unfinished work of the Non-Cooperation Movement.
Practically, the whole country became involved in it. However, the Civil Disobedience Movement had some significant effects on India’s freedom struggle. These were
(i) Strengthen the National Movement further.
(it) Create political consciousness and a deep sense of patriotism in the minds of the people.
(iii) Bring women out of their homes and make them equal partners in the freedom struggle.
(iv) Make people understand the significance of the principles of non-violence.
(v) Make the British Government realise the need for constitutional reform, as a consequence the Government of India Act, 1935 was passed.
(b) From the Civil Disobedience Movement, I have learnt the value of patriotism, non-violence, passive resistance, mass-centric policy, tolerance, democratic principles, etc.