Ghadar may refer to:

  • Indian Rebellion of 1857 is also called Ghadar.
  • Ghadar Party, an Indian political party founded in San Francisco
    • Hindustan Ghadar, the weekly publication of the Ghadar Party
  • Ghadar Conspiracy, part of the World War I Indo-German Conspiracy
  • Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, a Bollywood movie
  • Ghadr-110, an Iranian ballistic missile
  • Ghadir class submarine, a type of Iranian diesel submarine designed for littoral warfare.

Other articles related to "ghadar":

Christmas Day Plot - World War I - Ghadar
... Sen with the purpose of contacting the Ghadar party ... failed when, in February 1915, in a situation simmering in Punjab, Ghadar rose prematurely even before Papen had arranged to ship his arsenal ...
Annie Larsen Affair - Background
... Main article Hindu–German Conspiracy See also Ghadar Party and World War I By 1914, plans for a pan-Indian revolution had been hatched ... As [World War I broke out, Germany decided to actively support the Ghadar plan ... Dayal of the feasibility of the project and was able to establish contact with the Ghadar party in the United States ...
Bhai Bhagwan Singh
... Indian Nationalist and a leading luminary of the Ghadar Party ... Elected the party president in 1914, he was extensively involved in the Ghadar Conspiracy of 1915 during World War I and in the aftermath of its failure fled to Japan ... poems that were published in the Hindustan Ghadar and later in the compilation Ghadar di Gunj ...
Sohan Singh Bhakna - Ghadar Conspiracy
... The Ghadar Party evolved from the Pacific coast association ... The Ghadar's ultimate goal was to overthrow British colonial authority in India by means of an armed revolution ... Ghadar's foremost strategy was to entice Indian soldiers to revolt ...