The Civil Disobedience Movement was different from the Non-Cooperation Movement: Non-Cooperation Movement:
- The people were asked not to cooperate with the government.
- Foreign goods were boycotted.
- Liquor shops were picketed.
- Foreign cloth burnt in huge.
- In many places merchants and traders refused to trade on foreign goods or finance foreign traders.
- Students left the government owned schools and college.
- Lawyers gave up legal practices.
Civil Disobedience Movement:
- People were asked to break colonial laws.
- The countrymen broke the salt law.
- Peasants refused to pay revenue and chaukidari tax.
- Village officials resigned from their jobs.
- Forest people violated forest rules and laws.