Why Did the British Leave India?

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The British left India for various reasons: the people there wanted them to, they were forced out by peaceful political protests since India had gained their indipendence.
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I think the reasons are more prosaic. I am not of the opinion that the British were in India merely to loot; that was a trait that was perfected by the Portugese. Winds of change
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It was Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak who in 1942 started the Revolution stating " Bhaarat Chhoro" meaning Leave India.
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The British had been resisted by much of the Indian population
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ok. a history question. But, it seems like a current question. we got freedom from British and the ruled british already left india. we got freedom from 15th august, 1947. But, actually
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