One Indian impressed with developments in Russia was S. Regarding the political situation in the colonised world, the 1920 second congress of the Communist International insisted that a united front should be formed between the proletariat, peasantry and national bourgeoisie in the colonised countries.

Among the twenty-one conditions drafted by Lenin ahead of the congress was the 11th thesis, which stipulated that all communist parties must support the bourgeois-democratic liberation movements in the colonies. The CPI began efforts to build a party organisation inside India.

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Socialism shaped the principle economic and social policies of the Indian government after independence until the early 1990s, when India moved towards a more market-based economy.

However, it remains a potent influence on Indian politics, with a large number of national and regional political parties espousing democratic socialism.

In Moscow, they met Lenin and conveyed their greetings to him.

The Russian Revolution also affected émigré Indian revolutionaries, such as the Ghadar Party in North America.

Bipin Chandra Pal and Bal Gangadhar Tilak were amongst the prominent Indians who expressed their admiration of Lenin and the new rulers in Russia.

Abdul Sattar Khairi and Abdul Zabbar Khairi went to Moscow, immediately on hearing about the revolution.

The short biographical article titled Karl Marx – a modern Rishi was written by the German-based Indian revolutionary Lala Har Dayal.

Of particular interest to many Indian papers and magazines was the Bolshevik policy of right to self-determination of all nations.

The colonial authorities were clearly disturbed by the growing influence of Bolshevik sympathies in India.