November 26 – sacrifice day, revolutionary Ashok Nandy .. This revolutionary of the Alipur bombardment today gave up the body but still not given place in history.

These were the knights of India with whom the British government did not do justice first, and then more injustice was done by those fake cartoons of India whose responsibility was to write the sacred history of India who sacrificed their blood, Together, these countries become independent. But the simulated historians, riding on the same tune that India has got the freedom without any shadows, have made such countless heroes No place in the micro history ..

One of those most known and unknown heroes is the revolutionary Ashok Nandi, who has immortalized us today.Justice is often called blind, because when he decides, only he sees the law, not the person; But in the English rule, sometimes the judges used to behave like blind people. The revolutionary Ashok Nandy had to pay the consequences of his life. Ashok Nandy was a youth revolutionary. He was thin and very beautiful in seeing ..

But in his heart, the fire of burning the country was burning. That is why he joined the revolutionary party and started making bombs. Once the police raided the bomb factory, they were caught. He was lodged in jail and was sued under ‘Alipur bomb blast’. The British police were present in many slaves of India. They helped in the capture of this hero … keeping revolutionary caution did not make all the material of the bomb in one place. Apart from the explosion, there were many other types of threats.

From where Ashok Nandi was caught, only a part of the bomb was made. On this basis the lawyers argued and proved it innocent. But in the second case, he was sentenced to seven years in the Andaman Jail. The families of Ashok appealed against this in the High Court. Therefore, sending him to Andaman was postponed; But in prison he was kept in inhuman conditions. With this, T.B. Suffer from In the High Court, the famous patriot lawyer of Kolkata, Shri Chittaranjan Das fought the case of Ashok Nandy.

Chitranjan Das ji’s qualification was a dread throughout the country. He urged the judge to bail out Ashok Nandy and said that he has been proved innocent in a lawsuit. The second is being considered in the High Court. Then his health is also very bad. Therefore, he should leave the jail on bail. But the judge did not listen to these arguments. He turned down the appeal and said that the accused has been kept in the airy room of Dum Dumali Hospital. He is also being treated. He will not get such good facilities in his house as well.

Therefore, he can not be left on bail. Now Shri Chittaranjan Das suggested to Ashok Nandy’s father that he should go to the governor of Bengal and talk about his point. If they want, Ashok can be surety. Would have done anything out of desperation; Ashok’s father went to the governor and prayed for the prayer. His heart was not as harsh as the judge. He accepted the prayer, now in front of the court even had the compulsion to leave him. On November 26, 1909, the judge declared Ashok Nandi innocent and signed the release papers;

But when the police and Ashok’s relatives came to jail after taking liberation papers, they came to know that he has been released from this life and has not been there since no one comes back. Thus, the harsh procedure of the court forced a 19-year-old, tuberculosis patient, young revolutionist to die within the prison. Today, the great warrior Ashok Nandi, who has raised a big question on the popular song without shield, repeatedly summarized Sudarshan’s family on his sacrifice day and repeats his promise of eternal life for his success.

November 22 –  Jhalkari Bai Jubilee. 1857 is the super women’s power whose war of words is questioned on the song “

Even though the fake artisans and alleged historians have not done justice with that symbol of women power, even today, the pride will be resonated not only in India but also in the ears of the British, because their power, the linguistic ancestors, to their next generation, about this valor of India Of course, in the great war of 1857, the glimpse of Jhalakari Bai was seen as his death, and once again he was crushed to his feet.

Today, the same Veerangana Jhalakari is the birth anniversary of Bai Ji, which is very important to know and understand the male and female power of the present day. In the battle of 1857 for the independence of India, women with men also supported the equal number of shoulders. Was there. The British officers and policemen were surprised to see their bravery somewhere. One such heroine was Chhalkarai Bai, who left behind men with her heroic work. Jhalakari Bai was born on 22nd November 1830 in Village Bhojla (Jhansi, UP).

Her father Mulchandra used to work in the army. Because of this, the atmosphere of the house was influenced by the spirit of patriotism and patriotism. In the house, the war, military battles and triumphs often fought by the army were discussed. Since childhood, Mool Chandra taught Jhalkari to conduct arms and ammunition. Simultaneously, it also became clear in the work of climbing trees, swimming in rivers and jumping from height. Once the windmill was cutting wood from the forest, then it was faced with a black leopard.

Jhalakari screwed the cheetah from one stalk of herd and brought her dead body on the shoulder. This caused a noise in the village. Once surrounded by bandits in his village, the head of his village was surrounded. Coincidentally there was a scintillation. He threw a bundle of pigeons with a handle and took them to the village. Jhalakari became the favorite daughter of the entire village, from such incidental events. Chhalkarai Bai’s marriage happened in the army of Jhansi by gunnery.

When Jhalakari went to take blessings from Rani Lakshmibai, after seeing her well-educated body and the rituals, she recruited her in Durga Dal.  This work was in accordance with the nature of glance. When the British army was trying to enter the fort to occupy Jhansi in 1857, the Jhalarkari quickly reached the Queen’s palace and helped him to go out of the safe fort with the adoptive son.

The work that Jhalakari has done for it, is only imagined by the imagination. He used to wear Rani Laxmibai’s jewelery and clothes etc. and let the queen wear a simple woman’s clothes. Thus the queen went out by changing the look. On the other hand, wearing the dress of the queen, Jhalakshi Bai became a Ranchandi and fell on the British. For a long time the officers of the British Army remained confused.

They wanted to arrest Rani Lakshmibai at the cost of living or dead; But for the sword in both hands, Jhalakari was cutting his soldiers like carrot radish. It was not easy to put hand on him. Only then, a traitor Dulhaj told General Huroos that whom he considers Rani Lakshmibai, he has shocked the Durga Dal’s heroine. Heroes remained stunned knowing this .

His soldiers grabbed the glance together and screamed. Chhalkar wanted death of gallantry instead of hanging from death. He indicated his beloved virgly. After getting the signal, Veerabala ended her life. Thus, Jhalakari Bai showed both his life and death meaningful. Today, the great symbol of the female power and the great son of 1857, repeatedly praising the Sudarshan family on his birth anniversary repeats the promise of eternal life for his success story.

August 30- Birthday, Amar Balidani Kanailal When it was awakened from the deep sleep on the day of the execution, he said, “Where are the hangings, hanging?

” That incomparable idol of heroism, which could hardly have been shown to be a freelance contractor.

The birth anniversary of Amar Balidani Kanai Lal Datta ji is today, which gave us a freedom of expression, without a free-sketch, has raised a question which can hardly be given as an independent contractor’s answer

He is the hero who has tried everything to be removed from the pages of history. The name of Veer, whose name has been forgotten like they have never done anything, what is the relation between the contractor today and what the Sanjaghat did in Parliament every day, why do not the people who questioned him have been hanged in a fiery youth? What did the heroes do? If these were the principles during their execution, then what did they do for their family after 70 years of independence?

Lal Ji was born on the same day today ie August 30, 1888 in Hooghly in Bengal, which is being wounded somewhere with the Bangladeshi infiltrators. In the anti-Bengal movement of 1905, Kanaillal went ahead and came in contact with Surendranath Banerjee, the leader of this movement.

B.A. After the examination was over, Kanaillal went to Kolkata and joined the famous revolutionary Brihandar Kumar Ghosh’s party and lived here in the same house, where weapons and bombs were kept for the revolutionaries. In April 1908, Khudiram Bose and Praful Chaki attacked Kingsford in Muzaffarpur. In this attack, Kanaill Dutt, Arvind Ghosh, Bainendra Kumar, etc. were caught.

A young man of his party, Naren Goswami, became the official informer of the English. Kanailal Dutt and Satyen Bose decided to target Naren Goswami to target his bullets inside the jail. Satyen first became ill and admitted to the jail hospital, then Kanaillal got sick. Satyen sent a message to the informant Naren Goswami that I got bored with the life of the jail and want to become a government witness just like you. I became another partner, with this happiness Naren, Satyen went to the prison hospital to meet.

What was then, before seeing him, Satyen first and then Kanalal Dutt piled him up with his bullets. Both were captured and both were awarded capital punishment. It was written in Kanailal’s judgment that it will not be allowed to appeal. On November 10, 1908, at the age of 20, Kanaillal died in Calcutta hanging on a hanging trap. Their weight increased in prison

Only after listening to the hanging, someone could not even sleep, but when the jail staff reached her cell to take them on the day of the hanging, Kanaillal Dutt was in deep sleep at that time. And with the help of comfort, the sacrificial person, with his hand, kissed the execution of hanging at the age of only 20 years. Amar and sacrifice, the rightful owners of India’s independence, will be able to present Sudarshan News on his holy birthday today. While bowing, he repeated his resolve to reach the glorious saga, always to the people. Balidani kanai lal jee live .. 

August 11 – “I am very poor, I had nothing to give to my mother India, except my life, which I am giving today.” Sacrifice Day Amir Balidani Khudiram Bose

The youngest surviving child of the world who wrote the saga of heroism ..

The history of India’s independence struggle is full of great heroes and hundreds of their adventures. In the same list of revolutionaries, there is a name of Khudiram Bose. Khudiram Bose was an Indian youth revolutionary whose martyrdom created a wave of revolution in the whole country.

Khudiram Bose climbed to death for the country’s independence only at the age of 19. The martyrdom of this brave man has created a wave of patriotism in the whole country. Songs were written to immortalize their valor and their sacrifice became the dominant form of folk songs. In the honor of Khudiram Bose, there were musical songs which became popular in folk songs in Bengal. Khudiram Bose was born on 3 December 1889 in Habibpur village of Midnapore district in Bengal.

His father’s name was Trilokya Nath Bose and mother’s name was Laxmikri Devi. The father of the child was removed from the head of the child Khudiram very soon, so he was raised by his elder sister. Patriotism was so strong in his mind that he had started taking part in political activities from the days of school. During 1902 and 1903, Arvindo Ghosh and sister Nivedita organized several public meetings in Medinipur and organized secret meetings with revolutionary groups.

Khudiram was also among the young people of his city who wanted to join the movement to overthrow the British rule. Khudiram often used to engage in accusations against English imperialists and used slogans. In his mind, the love of the country was so cumbersome that he left studies after the ninth grade and jumped into the freedom struggle to die in the country’s independence.

In the beginning of the twentieth century, the British tried to break the Bengal division, which was strongly opposed to the progress of independence movement. During this time Khudiram Bose jumped into the independence movement after partition of Bengal in 1905 AD. He started his revolutionary life under the leadership of Satyen Bose. At the age of 16, he kept a bomb near police stations and targeted government employees. He joined the Revolutionary Party and also played an important role in distributing ‘Vande Mataram’ pamphlets

In 1906, the police caught Bose twice – on February 28, 1906, while distributing a report named Sonar Bangla, Bose was caught, but managed to escape and escape the police. In this case, he was accused of sedition and accused them but Khudiram was acquitted due to lack of evidence. For the second time the police arrested them on 16th May, but due to their short life, they were left warned.

6 दिसंबर 1907 को खुदीराम बोस ने नारायणगढ़ नामक रेलवे स्टेशन पर बंगाल के गवर्नर की विशेष ट्रेन पर हमला किया परन्तु गवर्नर साफ़-साफ़ बच निकला। वर्ष 1908 में उन्होंने वाट्सन और पैम्फायल्ट फुलर नामक दो अंग्रेज अधिकारियों पर बम से हमला किया लेकिन किस्मत ने उनका साथ दिया और वे बच गए। बंगाल विभाजन के विरोध में लाखों लोग सडकों पर उतरे और उनमें से अनेकों भारतीयों को उस समय कलकत्ता के मॅजिस्ट्रेट किंग्जफोर्ड ने क्रूर दण्ड दिया। वह क्रान्तिकारियों को ख़ास तौर पर बहुत दण्डित करता था।

On December 6, 1907, Khudiram Bose attacked the special train of the governor of Bengal at Narayanagarad railway station, but the governor apparently escaped. In 1908, he attacked two British officers named Watson and Pampilux Fuller with a bomb but luck favored them and they survived. Lakhs of people came on the streets in protest of the partition of Bengal, and many of them were brutally punished by the Calcutta Magistrate Kingston at that time. He used to punish the revolutionaries in particular.

अंग्रेजी हुकुमत ने किंग्जफोर्ड के कार्य से खुश होकर उसकी पदोन्नति कर दी और मुजफ्फरपुर जिले में सत्र न्यायाधीश बना दिया। क्रांतिकारियों ने किंग्जफोर्ड को मारने का निश्चय किया और इस कार्य के लिए चयन हुआ खुदीराम बोस और प्रफुल्लकुमार चाकी का। मुजफ्फरपुर पहुँचने के बाद इन दोनों ने किंग्जफोर्ड के बँगले और कार्यालय की निगरानी की। 30 अप्रैल 1908 को चाकी और बोस बाहर निकले और किंग्जफोर्ड के बँगले के बाहर खड़े होकर उसका इंतज़ार करने लगे।

British pleased him with Kingzford’s work and promoted him and made a sessions judge in Muzaffarpur district. The revolutionaries decided to kill Kingsford, and for this task, the selection was done by Khudiram Bose and Prafululumar Chaki. After reaching Muzaffarpur, they both monitored the Kingsley and the offices of Kingsford. On April 30, 1908, Chackie and Bose came out and stood outside Kingston’s bungalow and waited for him

खुदीराम ने अँधेरे में ही आगे वाली बग्गी पर बम फेंका पर उस बग्गी में किंग्स्फोर्ड नहीं बल्कि दो यूरोपियन महिलायें थीं जिनकी मौत हो गयी। अफरा-तफरी के बीच दोनों वहां से नंगे पाँव भागे। भाग-भाग कर थक गए खुदीराम वैनी रेलवे स्टेशन पहुंचे और वहां एक चाय वाले से पानी माँगा पर वहां मौजूद पुलिस वालों को उन पर शक हो गया और बहुत मशक्कत के बाद दोनों ने खुदीराम को गिरफ्तार कर लिया। 1 मई को उन्हें स्टेशन से मुजफ्फरपुर लाया गया।

Khudiram threw a bomb on the next buggy in the darkness but the buggy was not Kingfords but two European women who died. Both of them ran barefoot in the middle of the rift. Khudiram, who was tired of running away, went to the Wani railway station and demanded water from a tea-house there, but the police present there suspected him and after very hard, the two arrested Khudiram. On 1 May, he was brought from Muzaffarpur to the station.

उधर प्रफ्फुल चाकी भी भाग-भाग कर भूक-प्यास से तड़प रहे थे। 1 मई को ही त्रिगुनाचरण नामक ब्रिटिश सरकार में कार्यरत एक आदमी ने उनकी मदद की और रात को ट्रेन में बैठाया पर रेल यात्रा के दौरान ब्रिटिश पुलिस में कार्यरत एक सब-इंस्पेक्टर को शक हो गया और उसने मुजफ्फरपुर पुलिस को इस बात की जानकारी दे दी। जब चाकी हावड़ा के लिए ट्रेन बदलने के लिए मोकामाघाट स्टेशन पर उतरे तब पुलिस पहले से ही वहां मौजूद थी। अंग्रेजों के हाथों मरने के बजाए चाकी ने खुद को गोली मार ली और अमर हो गए।

Praful Chaki was also parting towards the hunger and thirst. On 1 May, a man working in the British government named Triunacharyan helped him and sat in the train on the night, but during a train trip, a sub-inspector working in the British Police became suspicious and gave information to Muzaffarpur police. . When Chaki landed at Mokamaghat station to change the train for Howrah, the police was already present there. Instead of being killed by the British, Chaki shot himself and became immortal.

खुदीराम बोस को गिरफ्तार कर मुकदमा चलाया गया और फिर फांसी की सजा सुनाई गयी। आज ही के दिन अर्थात 11 अगस्त सन 1908 को उन्हें फाँसी दे दी गयी। उस समय उनकी उम्र मात्र 18 साल और कुछ महीने थी। खुदीराम बोस इतने निडर थे कि हाथ में गीता लेकर ख़ुशी-ख़ुशी फांसी चढ़ गए। उनकी निडरता, वीरता और शहादत ने उनको इतना लोकप्रिय कर दिया कि बंगाल के जुलाहे एक खास किस्म की धोती बुनने लगे और बंगाल के राष्ट्रवादियों और क्रांतिकारियों के लिये वह और अनुकरणीय हो गए।

Khudiram Bose was arrested and prosecuted and then sentenced to death. He was hanged on this day ie 11 August 1908. At that time, his age was only 18 years and a few months. Khudiram Bose was so fearless that with a Gita in hand, he was hanged and gladly hanged. His fearlessness, bravery and martyrdom made them so popular that Bengal began to wear a special type of dhoti and it became exemplary for the nationalists and revolutionaries of Bengal.

उनकी फांसी के बाद विद्यार्थियों तथा अन्य लोगों ने शोक मनाया और कई दिन तक स्कूल-कालेज बन्द रहे। इन दिनों नौजवानों में एक ऐसी धोती का प्रचलन हो चला था जिसकी किनारी पर खुदीराम लिखा होता था। आज वीरता की उस अमर गाथा के बलिदान दिवस पर उस वीर बलिदानी को सुदर्शन परिवार का बारम्बार नमन है व ऐसे अमरता प्राप्त वीरो की गौरवशाली गाथा को जनता तक समय समय पर लाने का संकल्प भी …

After their execution, the students and others mourned, and for many days the school and college remained closed. These days, there was a trend of dhoti which was written in young people whose khudiram was written on the border. Today, on the sacrifice day of the immortality of valor, that venerable sacrifice on the sacrifice day is a frequent submission of the Sudarshan family and the vows of such immortal heroes will be given to the public from time to time … 

why there are need of hide Bismillah khan, Rajendra Lohri , Raushan Singh ,etc capital punishment ,who was the responsible for capital punishment of Tasdduq Hussain and Mohammad Raja

This is that of histoty in which no body had told to anyone ,there was a fault of that pen

Not only that, he did not give the country knowing that the true sacrifice was given to him and who gave it a trick to torment the country for eternity. The Kakori episode which has revolutionized the country’s independence Was massacred and massacred to the revolutionaries. The name of the person who was more than the British who was guilty in that pen was concealed.

Kakori Kand, who gave immortality to the heroes like Ram Prasad Bismil, Rajendra Lahiri and Roshan Singh, shook the roots of the country. It was the echo that Delhi had not come as an earthquake like London itself. The challenge was that the British had withdrawn the power from some heroes and withdrew them from their own treasures which they had looted to the poor people of India. At that time many young people were ready to come forward on the path of revolution and every tongue was discussed. The revolutionaries like Ram Prasad Bismil and Chandrashekhar Azad ..

But at the same time there were some such traitors who were paying salt to the nation by betraying them. One of the two major traitors was Tasadduk Hussein and the second Mohammed Raza. On August 8, 1925 at the house of Ram Prasad ‘Bismil’ In an emergency meeting, an explosive plan of Indians to loot the looted English treasure was made. On 9th August, 1925, Rajendranath Lahiri, a prominent member of the party, stopped the ‘Eight Down Saharanpur-Lucknow Passenger Train’ from the Kakori railway station in Lucknow district by dragging t

Ashfaq Ulla Khan, Chandrasekhar Azad and 6 other colleagues under the leadership of revolutionary Ram Prasad Bismil took away the official treasure of the British who were robbed by the British in the entire train while being run on the entire train .. Many Hindus who were working here in the British time Government officials were unable to catch these revolutionaries of Kakori Kand in this case but then came to Tasduk Hussain Jus The British government was a strong desire to get a medal, etc. and the position at the time that CID Inspector ..

He took Scotland’s fastest police team along with him to please the British and kept the matter open. He was an Indian because many local people gave him the information which these British revolutionaries Certainly it would not be wrong to say that the biggest hand in capturing Kakori’s heroic sacrifice was the same Tasduk Hussein who had given his Took advantage of the HE Indian indians characters British soldiers was not willing to help

After giving all information through Tasduk Hussain, the British Police knew that on 9th August 1925, who were out of the city from Ram Prasad ‘Bismil’ from Shahjahpur, and when did they return? When this intelligence was provided by Tasduk Hussain, it was fully convinced that Ram Prasad was the leader of the Hindustan Prasvantra Sangh (HRA), who was the leader of the Hindustan Prasvantra Sangh (HRA) on that day, on the night of 26 September 1925 40 people were arrested from India along with Bismil.

For this work, the English officers of Tasduk Hussein praised and flaunted their work and made a great deal of understanding. Then the judge of this judge who was standing in the court of his name was Muhammad Raza, who was the judge of the British Judge Was appointed to decide with the shirt. In order to lobby these revolutionaries, a government lawyer named Laxmishankar Mishra who was arguably not suitable for this case, due to which he was convicted, Ram Prasad Bismil had decided to do his own lobby.

It is believed that before giving such counsel to the mind, the blame for the execution of these revolutionaries and not finding a suitable lawyer is definitely required by Mohammad Raza, who was sitting on the judge’s bench at that time. He knew that By giving death to the heroes, many big names sitting in London will be happy and, finally, what Mohammad Raza thought was that too.

After all, these heroes were executed and some people like Tasadduk Hussein and Mohammad Raza, the flame of the revolution of the country’s revolution, mingled together, whose side effects will remain for a long time and they will never be able to . 

9th August – The revolutionaries had been looted today. The train at Kakori station, which had stirred the roots of British power, became angry but some so-called non-violent Hindus

Many warriors on the hanging of Kakori’s train looted

It was the time when these clothes of some so-called contractors used to wash away abroad, while the revolutionaries of India did not have the money till they started eating tea. They had no money, but they were fighting against him. Although the spanien colleagues forgot them and painted the books, by praising them, who indirectly destroyed the country. Today the discrepancy in the country’s religious, caste, linguistic form, etc. can be regarded as the responsibility of the so-called freedom firms. .

Kakori Kand was a historic event to loot the treasury of the British government for the purchase of arms from the dangerous intention of a fierce battle against the British Raj by the revolutionaries of the Indian freedom struggle, which took place on 9 August 1925. Four Mauser pistols made by Germany in this train robbery were brought to work. The specialty of these pistols was that they could be used as a rifle by placing another piece of wood made of wood behind the butt.

Only ten members of the Hindustan Republican Association carried out this whole incident. This was a revolutionary whose name was taken as equal by the sellers. During the meeting in Shahjahanpur in view of the urgent need of funds for speeding up the movement of independence run by revolutionaries, Ram Prasad Bismil The plan was to rob the treasure.

As a result, Rajendranath Lahiri, a prominent member of the party, stopped the “eight down Saharanpur-Lucknow Passenger train” from Kakori railway station in Lucknow district on 9th August, 1925, and stopped the Ashfaq Ulla Khan under the leadership of revolutionary Ram Prasad Bismil. With the help of Chandrashekhar Azad and 6 other colleagues, looted the government treasure while chasing the entire train. Although the echo of his work went abroad, it was reported from the British to all the countries preparing for a world war.

Those who considered these heroes as iron were considered by some of the so-called non-violent non-Hindus as being wrong, and because of their mischief, none of these heroes had helped later.

Later, the British government sued the total 40 revolutionaries of the Hindustan Republican Association for waging armed wars against the emperor, robbing public exchequer and killing innocent people, including Rajendranath Lahiri, Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaq Ulla Khan and Thakur Roshan Singh. Was sentenced to death (punishment for hanging).

In this case, 16 other revolutionaries were punished from the punishment of at least 4 years to maximum black water (lifelong imprisonment). Some revolutionaries have been named after some patriotic historians but many have remained anonymous. Today, on that valiant day, the Sudarshan family takes the resolution to keep their respect and immortal glory forever. .. 

August 1 – Greet on the death anniversary is the great Lokmanya Tilak ji whose ideology of the revolutionaries of the party

‘Swaraj is our birthright and I will take it’ – Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Bal Gangadhar Tilak was born on July 23, 1856 in Ratnagiri, India. His full name was ‘Lokmiji Shri Bal Gangadhar Tilak’. Tilak was born in a culturally, middle-class family. His father’s name was ‘Shri Gangadhar Ramchandra Tilak’. Shri Gangadhar Ramchandra Tilak was earlier a teacher in Ratnagiri and later became assistant sub-inspector in ‘Poona’ and ‘Thane’. 
He was a very popular teacher of his time. He wrote books on ‘trigonometry’ and ‘grammar’ which were published. However, he did not live much longer to complete his son’s education. Lokmanya Tilak’s father ‘Shri Gangadhar Ramchandra Tilak’ died in 1872 AD. Bal Gangadhar Tilak became orphan at the age of 16 after the death of his father. He continued his education without interruption, and passed matriculation examination within four months of his father’s death 
He was admitted to Deccan College, then in 1876 AD, he was admitted to BA. Honors examination from there in the nearby 1879 AD, he received LL.B. from Bombay University. He passed the exam and became a member of ‘Agarkar’ who later became the Principal of ‘Fergusson College’ while studying law. Tilak’s service to the countrymen during plague’s illness can not be forgotten. 
As soon as the symptoms of the plague appeared in Poona, he started the ‘Hindu Plague Hospital’ and worked for raising funds for it for several days. Where most of the leaders of Poona fled the town, Tilak stayed there. He gave people relief and confidence. He went as a volunteer with the investigative parties, arranged for the hospital, arranged a free kitchen in the Separation Camp, and told Mr. Rand and his Majesty Governor about the difficulties faced by the public 
In his newspapers he endorsed the various steps taken by the government to end the plague, and with this he advised that these measures should be implemented in a sympathetic and friendly way. He advised the public that he should not take unnecessary opposition.
The ideas of Tilak were very fierce for the soft party of the Indian National Congress. The soft parties believed in sending a loyal delegation to the government for small reforms.
Tilak’s goal was Swaraj, not a little improvement, and he tried to persuade the Congress to accept its raging ideas. On this matter, in 1907, in the Congress’ Surat Session, he had a struggle with a soft party. Taking advantage of the split in nationalist forces, the government accused Tilak of spreading treason and terrorism and sentenced him to six years of imprisonment and settled in Mandalay, Burma, presently in Myanmar.
In ‘Mandalay Jail’, Tilak started writing his great work ‘Bhagavad Gita – Mystery’, which is the basic criticism of the most sacred book of Hindus.Tilak rejected this conservative essence of Bhagavad Gita that this book teaches the teachings of nannas ; According to him, this gives message of selfless service towards humanity. Tilak was not a person who used to spend all his time in writing lightly.
He now took a pledge to use his spare time in a good work and in the reading-reading of his favorite books Bhagavad Gita and Rigveda. As a result of his research on the timing of Vedas, he wrote an essay on the ancient Vedas. Which was based on the evidence of mathematical-astrological observation He summarized this essay to the International Congress of Orientalist which took place in London in 1892.
The following year, he published this entire essay in booker under the title of Oriion or The Research Into the Antiquity of the Vedas. In this book, he has found the connection between the Greek tradition of Oriion and the Sanskrit meaning of ‘Lakshatungunj’ Agraan or Agahayana. Because the meaning of the word forehand is the beginning of the year, they arrive at the conclusion that all sources of Rig Veda in which the word is referenced or whatever the different traditions associated with it
The composition of the Greek people should have been done before being separated from the Hindus. Tilak criticized the leaders of Poona for leaving the trust of the people in the hour of crisis. Tilak’s activities soon led to a collision with the British government. But his public services could not save him from trial and harassment. In 1897, he was prosecuted for treason for the first time
He was sent to jail by accusation of treason and due to this trial and punishment, he got the title of Lokmanya. Lord Curzon of India, when partition of Bengal in 1905 AD, Tilak strongly supported the demand for cancellation of this partition by the Bengalis and advocated the exclusion of British goods, which soon became a nationwide movement. . The following year he outlined the program of Satyagraha, which was called the principle of the new party.
उन्हें उम्मीद थी कि इससे ब्रिटिश शासन का सम्मोहनकारी प्रभाव ख़त्म होगा और लोग स्वतंत्रता प्राप्ति हेतु बलिदान के लिए तैयार होंगे।तिलक द्वारा शुरू की गई राजनीतिक गतिविधियों, विदेशी वस्तुओं का बहिष्कार और सत्याग्रह को बाद में मोहनदास करमचंद गाँधी ने अंग्रेज़ों के साथ अहिंसक असहयोग आंदोलन में अपनाया। श्री रेंड और लेफ्टिनेंट आयर्स्ट की हत्या कुछ अज्ञात लोगों द्वारा 22 जून को कर दी गई। इससे बंबई और पूना में, विशेष रूप से ‘एंग्लो इंडियन समुदाय’ में जबरदस्त उत्तेजना फ़ैली।
He hoped that this will eliminate the hypnotic impact of British rule and people will be ready to sacrifice for freedom. Political activities initiated by Rilak, boycott of foreign goods and satyagraha later Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, non-violent non-cooperation movement with the British Adopted in Mr. Rand and Lieutenant Erst were murdered by some unknown people on June 22. This caused tremendous excitement in Bombay and Poona, especially in the ‘Anglo-Indian community’.
On July 26, the Bombay government approved the trial of Tilak and on 27 July, Mr. Baig, a translator of eastern languages, Mr. J.M., Chief Presidency Magistrate of Bombay. Sanders Slater kept the information in front. Tilak was arrested in Bombay on the night of July 27 and he was presented to the magistrate the next day. Shortly after, the bail application was filed in front of the magistrate. The government opposed it with firmness and success.
On the 29th, a similar petition was filed in the High Court, which was rejected with permission to reapply. On August 2, this case was handed over to the High Court session and the application for bail has been filed in the court of Justice Judge Badruddin Tyabji. The bail petition was made by the Advocate General, but the judge granted bail to Tilak.
Tilak had become very weak in prison. To improve his health, he spent the first few days in ‘Sinhagad Senatorium’, after joining the Indian National Congress in Madras in December, he visited Sri Lanka. From where he left his movement, to start and move forward They planted the next two years in Many of his work stopped due to his jail.
A huge ‘Shivaji Festival’ was organized in Raigad Fort in the year 1900 AD. To make Shivaji’s memory permanent, some work has also been done in the direction of making a memorial. But more important than any other work was the ancient work of their Vedas.
The seven criminal charges against Tilak were as follows:False complaint of ‘Khaynat in Amanat’ against NagpurkarPreparation of false testimony by increasing the calculation of the Aurangabad journey and increasing it.
Fraud with regard to the above
उक्त दत्तक-ग्रहणपत्र को बेईमानी में सच्चा और सही मानना।
ताई महाराज के दस्तख़तों के उपरांत दत्तक पुत्र संबंध दस्तावेज़ का इस्तेमाल कपटपूर्वक सही दस्तावेज़ के रूप में करना।
The testimony which is known to be false or forged is to be used as a genuinely to verify the affirmation of Tai Maharaj’s endorsement or adopt it in a corrupt way.
Accept the said adoption-letter as true and correct in dishonesty.
After the signing of the tai chef, use the adoption son relationship document as fraudulently correct document.
जानबूझ कर दस वाक्यों में झूठी गवाही देना, जिन्हें तीन उप-शीर्षकों के अंतर्गत विभक्त किया गया था।
औरंगाबाद में दत्तक-ग्रहण की घटना । पूना की हवेली में ताई महाराज को बंद रखना।
उसी हवेली में बाबा महाराज के विरुद्ध बलप्रयोग। इन आरोपों पर तिलक को अदालत के सुपुर्द करने से श्री एस्टन संतुष्ट नहीं हुए। उन्होंने सरकार को सुझाव दिया कि इस मामले से उत्पन्न कुछ अन्य सहायक आरोपों जैसे की पुलिस को ग़लत सूचना देना, धोखाधड़ी करना, गैरक़ानूनी सभा करना आदि की जाँच कराई जाएँ।
Deliberately giving false testimony in ten sentences, which were divided into three sub-headings.
Adoption of Adoption in Aurangabad. Keep Tai Maharaj off of Poona mansion.
Use force against Baba Maharaj in the same mansion. Mr. Aston was not satisfied with the transfer of Tilak to the court on these allegations. He suggested to the government that some other helpful charges arising out of this matter, such as giving false information to the police, fraud, illegal gathering etc should be examined.
Tilak later won a lawsuit in the original jurisdiction of Poona for adoption. With this, their words and actions were fully validated. Next year, Tilak organizes and fixes the tasks related to his personal affairs, especially the newspapers and the print shop. The spread of ‘Kesari’ was greatly increased. So it was necessary to import a large machine for its printing. Maharaja Gaikwad sold ‘Gaikwad Barada of Poona’ at his right to him.
From this, Tilak could give his newspaper and his print shop a permanent place according to need. He also used his versatility to develop a new type of type for Marathi language. They wanted to use this type in Marathi Line Type Machine. He got remarkable success in this work. Their new type design was approved by the Lyon Type manufacturers in England, but the import of the LINo type machine with Marathi type was delayed.
In fact, there were very few print outlets in the country, which could afford the Devanagari lineo type machines. Therefore, the Lineo Type manufacturers of England could not be prepared for the fact that they would trap their capital into a new type of machine. Now a new awareness was emerging in the public against its old traditions and institutions. The most obvious examples were the organizing of festivals on occasions related to the lives of old religious worship, Ganapati-Poojan and Shivaji.
Tilak’s name is closely linked with these two movements. Tilak had the conviction that the healthy veneration of old gods and national leaders would develop a sense of true nationalism and patriotism in the people. Impression of foreign ideas and practices has led to a new generation of irreligion and its destructive impact is on the character of Indian youth. Tilak believed that if the situation was given such a deterioration then eventually the situation of moral bankruptcy would come, so that no nation can recover.
It was a serious problem and the Indian government paid attention to it at that time. In the eyes of the government, the treatment of this disease was to start studies of ethical education textbooks in Indian schools. Tilak has taken strong criticism of this government’s suggestion in many points of ‘Maratha’. In the view of Tilak, to make Indian youth self-sufficient and more energetic, they should be given more self-esteem training. This can only be done when they are taught to respect their religion and ancestors more respect.
Excessive and indescribable self-criticism can be good for a ascetic or philosopher, but in practical life it may have adverse effects. Due to extra patriotism, there may be some unpleasant situation, but its good results also come out, whereas the result of complete self-sacrifice can lead to idleness and death only. Tilak’s life has been eventful. They were the person of fundamental ideas. He was struggling and diligent. They could easily reject anything
He then experienced special happiness when he had to face difficult challenges. Most of his work were filled with a sense of philanthropy. His only wish was to work for the good of the people and it is acknowledged that he was successful in fulfilling his desire to a great extent. Among them was such a unique confluence of competency, perseverance, entrepreneurship and patriotism that the British government always looked after them.
Many of Tilak’s friends will accept the attitude of the powerful British government towards them, saying that this is a living testimony of their real values. By the time of returning home to participate in the Amritsar meeting of 1919 AD. Tilak had become so soft that he boycotted the election of the Legislative Council (legislative councils) established through the ‘Montague-Chelmsford Reforms’
Instead, Tilak advised the representatives to follow the policy of ‘counter-cooperation’ in regional governments to implement some of the reforms initiating the participation of Indians.
But before giving a decisive direction to the new reforms, this great national coordinator of politics in Bombay was sworn in on August 1, 1920, in the year … in that Bombay, the legendary and nationalist Tilak was recited on his death, Sudarshan News repeatedly, Naman, Vandan And congratulates
August 1 – Naman on the death anniversary is the great Lokmanya Tilak ji whose ideology of the revolutionaries of the hot party
They also had to struggle with the so-called false doctrines of secularism.
‘Swaraj is our birthright and I will take it’ – Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Bal Gangadhar Tilak was born on July 23, 1856 in Ratnagiri, India. His full name was ‘Lokmiji Shri Bal Gangadhar Tilak’. Tilak was born in a culturally, middle-class family. His father’s name was ‘Shri Gangadhar Ramchandra Tilak’. Shri Gangadhar Ramchandra Tilak was earlier a teacher in Ratnagiri and later became assistant sub-inspector in ‘Poona’ and ‘Thane’.
He was a very popular teacher of his time. He wrote books on ‘trigonometry’ and ‘grammar’ which were published. However, he did not live much longer to complete his son’s education. Lokmanya Tilak’s father ‘Shri Gangadhar Ramchandra Tilak’ died in 1872 AD. Bal Gangadhar Tilak became orphan at the age of 16 after the death of his father. He continued his education without interruption, and passed matriculation examination within four months of his father’s death
He was admitted to Deccan College, then in 1876 AD, he was admitted to BA. Honors examination from there in the nearby 1879 AD, he received LL.B. from Bombay University. He passed the exam and became a member of ‘Agarkar’ who later became the Principal of ‘Fergusson College’ while studying law. Tilak’s service to the countrymen during plague’s illness can not be forgotten.
As soon as the symptoms of the plague appeared in Poona, he started the ‘Hindu Plague Hospital’ and worked for raising funds for it for several days. Where most of the leaders of Poona fled the town, Tilak stayed there. He gave people relief and confidence. He went as a volunteer with the investigative parties, arranged for the hospital, arranged a free kitchen in the Separation Camp, and told Mr. Rand and his Majesty Governor about the difficulties faced by the public
In his newspapers he endorsed the various steps taken by the government to end the plague, and with this he advised that these measures should be implemented in a sympathetic and friendly way. He advised the public that he should not take unnecessary opposition.
The ideas of Tilak were very fierce for the soft party of the Indian National Congress. The soft parties believed in sending a loyal delegation to the government for small reforms.
Tilak’s goal was Swaraj, not a little improvement, and he tried to persuade the Congress to accept its raging ideas. On this matter, in 1907, in the Congress’ Surat Session, he had a struggle with a soft party. Taking advantage of the split in nationalist forces, the government accused Tilak of spreading treason and terrorism and sentenced him to six years of imprisonment and settled in Mandalay, Burma, presently in Myanmar.
In ‘Mandalay Jail’, Tilak started writing his great work ‘Bhagavad Gita – Mystery’, which is the basic criticism of the most sacred book of Hindus.Tilak rejected this conservative essence of Bhagavad Gita that this book teaches the teachings of nannas ; According to him, this gives message of selfless service towards humanity. Tilak was not a person who used to spend all his time in writing lightly.
He now took a pledge to use his spare time in a good work and in the reading-reading of his favorite books Bhagavad Gita and Rigveda. As a result of his research on the timing of Vedas, he wrote an essay on the ancient Vedas. Which was based on the evidence of mathematical-astrological observation He summarized this essay to the International Congress of Orientalist which took place in London in 1892.
The following year, he published this entire essay in booker under the title of Oriion or The Research Into the Antiquity of the Vedas. In this book, he has found the connection between the Greek tradition of Oriion and the Sanskrit meaning of ‘Lakshatungunj’ Agraan or Agahayana. Because the meaning of the word forehand is the beginning of the year, they arrive at the conclusion that all sources of Rig Veda in which the word is referenced or whatever the different traditions associated with it
The composition of the Greek people should have been done before being separated from the Hindus. Tilak criticized the leaders of Poona for leaving the trust of the people in the hour of crisis. Tilak’s activities soon led to a collision with the British government. But his public services could not save him from trial and harassment. In 1897, he was prosecuted for treason for the first time.
He was sent to jail by accusation of treason and due to this trial and punishment, he got the title of Lokmanya. Lord Curzon of India, when partition of Bengal in 1905 AD, Tilak strongly supported the demand for cancellation of this partition by the Bengalis and advocated the exclusion of British goods, which soon became a nationwide movement. . The following year he outlined the program of Satyagraha, which was called the principle of the new party.
He hoped that this will eliminate the hypnotic impact of British rule and people will be ready to sacrifice for freedom. Political activities initiated by Rilak, boycott of foreign goods and satyagraha later Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, non-violent non-cooperation movement with the British Adopted in Mr. Rand and Lieutenant Erst were murdered by some unknown people on June 22. This caused tremendous excitement in Bombay and Poona, especially in the ‘Anglo-Indian community’.
On July 26, the Bombay government approved the trial of Tilak and on 27 July, Mr. Baig, a translator of eastern languages, Mr. J.M., Chief Presidency Magistrate of Bombay. Sanders Slater kept the information in front. Tilak was arrested in Bombay on the night of July 27 and he was presented to the magistrate the next day. Shortly after, the bail application was filed in front of the magistrate. The government opposed it with firmness and success.
On the 29th, a similar petition was filed in the High Court, which was rejected with permission to reapply. On August 2, this case was handed over to the High Court session and the application for bail has been filed in the court of Justice Judge Badruddin Tyabji. The bail petition was made by the Advocate General, but the judge granted bail to Tilak.
Tilak had become very weak in prison. To improve his health, he spent the first few days in ‘Sinhagad Senatorium’, after joining the Indian National Congress in Madras in December, he visited Sri Lanka. From where he left his movement, to start and move forward They planted the next two years in Many of his work stopped due to his jail.
A huge ‘Shivaji Festival’ was organized in Raigad Fort in the year 1900 AD. To make Shivaji’s memory permanent, some work has also been done in the direction of making a memorial. But more important than any other work was the ancient work of their Vedas.
The seven criminal charges against Tilak were as follows:
False complaint  against Nagpurkar
Preparation of false testimony by increasing the calculation of the Aurangabad journey and increasing it.
Fraud with regard to the above
The testimony which is known to be false or forged is to be used as a genuinely to verify the affirmation of Tai Maharaj’s endorsement or adopt it in a corrupt way.
Accept the said adoption-letter as true and correct in dishonesty.
After the signing of the tai chef, use the adoption son relationship document as fraudulently correct document.
Deliberately giving false testimony in ten sentences, which were divided into three sub-headings.
Adoption of Adoption in Aurangabad. Keep Tai Maharaj off of Poona mansion.
Use force against Baba Maharaj in the same mansion. Mr. Aston was not satisfied with the transfer of Tilak to the court on these allegations. He suggested to the government that some other helpful charges arising out of this matter, such as giving false information to the police, fraud, illegal gathering etc should be examined.
Tilak later won a lawsuit in the original jurisdiction of Poona for adoption. With this, their words and actions were fully validated. Next year, Tilak organizes and fixes the tasks related to his personal affairs, especially the newspapers and the print shop. The spread of ‘Kesari’ was greatly increased. So it was necessary to import a large machine for its printing. Maharaja Gaikwad sold ‘Gaikwad Barada of Poona’ at his right to him.
From this, Tilak could give his newspaper and his print shop a permanent place according to need. He also used his versatility to develop a new type of type for Marathi language. They wanted to use this type in Marathi Line Type Machine. He got remarkable success in this work. Their new type design was approved by the Lyon Type manufacturers in England, but the import of the LINo type machine with Marathi type was delayed.
In fact, there were very few print outlets in the country, which could afford the Devanagari lineo type machines. Therefore, the Lineo Type manufacturers of England could not be prepared for the fact that they would trap their capital into a new type of machine. Now a new awareness was emerging in the public against its old traditions and institutions. The most obvious examples were the organizing of festivals on occasions related to the lives of old religious worship, Ganapati-Poojan and Shivaji.
Tilak’s name is closely linked with these two movements. Tilak had the conviction that the healthy veneration of old gods and national leaders would develop a sense of true nationalism and patriotism in the people. Impression of foreign ideas and practices has led to a new generation of irreligion and its destructive impact is on the character of Indian youth. Tilak believed that if the situation was given such a deterioration then eventually the situation of moral bankruptcy would come, so that no nation can recover.
It was a serious problem and the Indian government paid attention to it at that time. In the eyes of the government, the treatment of this disease was to start studies of ethical education textbooks in Indian schools. Tilak has taken strong criticism of this government’s suggestion in many points of ‘Maratha’. In the view of Tilak, to make Indian youth self-sufficient and more energetic, they should be given more self-esteem training. This can only be done when they are taught to respect their religion and ancestors more respect.
Excessive and indescribable self-criticism can be good for a ascetic or philosopher, but in practical life it may have adverse effects. Due to extra patriotism, there may be some unpleasant situation, but its good results also come out, whereas the result of complete self-sacrifice can lead to idleness and death only. Tilak’s life has been eventful. They were the person of fundamental ideas. He was struggling and diligent. They could easily reject anything
He then experienced special happiness when he had to face difficult challenges. Most of his work were filled with a sense of philanthropy. His only wish was to work for the good of the people and it is acknowledged that he was successful in fulfilling his desire to a great extent. Among them was such a unique confluence of competency, perseverance, entrepreneurship and patriotism that the British government always looked after them.
Many of Tilak’s friends will accept the attitude of the powerful British government towards them, saying that this is a living testimony of their real values. By the time of returning home to participate in the Amritsar meeting of 1919 AD. Tilak had become so soft that he boycotted the election of the Legislative Council (legislative councils) established through the ‘Montague-Chelmsford Reforms’
Instead, Tilak advised the representatives to follow the policy of ‘counter-cooperation’ in regional governments to implement some of the reforms initiating the participation of Indians.
But before giving a decisive direction to the new reforms, this great national coordinator of politics in Bombay was sworn in on August 1, 1920, in the year … in that Bombay, the legendary and nationalist Tilak was recited on his death, Sudarshan News repeatedly, Naman, Vandan And congratulates

“Jailer – any last wish? Answer: – The last wish was to kill that killer, that was fulfilled.

Today the sacrifice day is the image of the heroism that challenged British power in his life in his life.

The greatest act of sacrifice, today, proves that the songs are as abusive as many people are being chanted from childhood. In the song which gives freedom to the freedom without telling the shield only the yarn and the cotton It was assumed .. Udham Singh Ji was a mighty warrior who created a thoughtful strategy to hide his bravery and glory, and the previous governments pay millions of rupees only on certain names, but never a country 
Last year, RTI revealed that hundreds of millions of rupees were thrown only on the birth anniversary of some names, whereas true revolutionary Rani Lakshmi Bai to Subhash Chandra Bose was not remembered till today, let us be the supreme On behalf of Sudarshan News, Balidani Udham Singh salutes and remembers … the same hero who kept the fire of his resolve for avenge of the indignity of Mother India for 20 years and 
Born on December 26, 1899 in Sunam village of Sangrur district in Punjab, Udham Singh had pledged to take revenge for the slaughter of the Britishers in Jallianwala Bagh, which he completed after 21 years after entering the neck of the whites. On the orders of the then Governor of Punjab, Michael Odair, Brigadier General Reginald Dyer had foiled death of hundreds of Indians who were gathering peacefully in Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar. 
According to Professor Chaman Lal of Jawaharlal Nehru University, who wrote many books on the revolutionaries, this incident of Jallianwala Bagh had a profound effect on Udham Singh’s mind and that he decided to take revenge. He was orphaned and lived in orphanage Were, but still the disadvantages of life did not deter him from his intentions. He left orphanage in 1919 and along with the revolutionaries jumped into the battle of Jung-e-Freedom. 
The so-called patriots whose descendants are now at the top of power … .. The money looted by them is lying in Swiss banks, 84 million people in the country are starving .. You show them, Shaheed Udham Singh’s Sangrur, The house located in Sunam, no one can say that it is the home of a great revolutionary. Today, the revolutionary of the revolutionary of this country who ruled for 70 years did not make any monument, but .. but here a parva
Seeing the memorial of Balidani Udham Singh comes tears. To date, no memorial of Netaji, Pandit Bismil, Chandrasekhar Azad, Rajinder Lahiri and Thakur Roshan Singh have no memorial (if any, they are not patriots but the government The people have been built … Udham Singh has a special place in the great revolutionaries of India, and he was shot dead by Michael Odair, convicted of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. 
In protest against the arrest of well-known leaders Dr. Satyapal and Sa ifuddin Kichloo, people had organized a meeting on 13 April 1919 in Jallianwala Bagh on Baisakhi, in which Udham Singh was working for watering. The then Governor of Punjab, Michael Odair, did not want to attend this meeting at any cost and with his consent, Brigadier General Reginald Dyer surrounded the Jallianwala Bagh and indulged furiously. Suddenly, a fugitive was shot in the garden. Many people, where the bullets were killed, many people took the stampede. 
In an attempt to save lives, many people jumped into the wells in the park. According to the plaque in the garden, 120 bodies were recovered only from the well. According to Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya, at least 1300 people lost their life in this incident. According to Swami Shraddhanand, the number of dead was more than 1500. According to Dr. Smith, the then civil surgeon of Amritsar, the death toll was more than 1800. 
This incident had a profound effect on Udham Singh’s mind that he used to take the soil of the garden in the hands and swear to kill Odair. In order to fulfill his pledge, he reached London in 1934 and waited for the right moment. The time waited for Dhumham, he met on March 13, 1940, when Michael Oder was in a seminar in Coxston Hall, London Went to join 
This Indian boy cut the pages of a thick book in the shape of a revolver and managed to get inside the hall by hiding his revolver. According to Chaman Lal, sitting in front of the Front, Udham Singh started firing bullets near Odiar at the end of the meeting. Hundreds of Indians slaughtered this slain and two bullets were blown up, and he was stacked there. 
After completing his pledge, this great revolutionary surrendered. They were sued and sentenced to death. On July 31, 1940, in Pantville prison, the hero laughs laughing at the hanging trap. ..Amr Balidani Udham Singh’s parents left him orphan and settled in his childhood, when he was 8 years old, after 2-3 years, his elder brother left him forever forever. 
sacrificial symbol of valor, bravery, and immortalized forever, Udham Singh ji, has been repeatedly praising Sudarshan News on his sacrifice day, Vandan and congratulations, and also the determination to give such heroes their real respect …. 

Chandra Shekhar Azad, the master of disguises

This is a story of a person who was mysterious in life as well as in death.

10 Facts We Bet You Didn’t Know About Chandra Shekhar Azad


Chandra Shekhar Azad, popularly known as ‘Azad’, was born on 23 July 1906 in the Jujhautiya Brahmins family of Pandit Sitaram Tiwari and Jagrani Devi in Bhavra village, in present-day Alirajpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Today, on his 111th birth anniversary, here are some interesting facts to know about the life and times of the legend who never surrendered himself to British rule.
#1 Chandra Shekhar’s mother wanted to make her son a great Sanskrit scholar and so she persuaded his father to send him to Kashi Vidyapeeth in Varanasi to study Sanskrit.


 

#2 In December 1921, when Mahatma Gandhi launched the non-cooperation movement, he joined in despite being just a student. 


 

#3 He also learned archery from the tribal Bhils of erstwhile Jhabua district which helped him during the arms struggle against the Britishers.


 

#4 He was most famous for the Kakori Rail Dacoity in 1925 and the assassination of assistant superintendent of police John Poyantz Saunders in 1928.


 


 

#5 As a revolutionary, he adopted the last name Azad, which means “free” in Urdu. Legend has it that while he adopted the name, he vowed the police would never capture him alive.


 

#6 Azad was also a believer in socialism as the basis for future India, free of social and economic oppression and adversity


 

#7 Azad did not feel that violence was unacceptable in the struggle, especially in view of the Jalliawallah Bagh Massacre of 1919, where Army units killed hundreds of unarmed civilians and wounded thousands. Young Azad was deeply and emotionally influenced by the tragedy.


 

#8 Bhagat Singh joined Azad following the death of Lala Lajpat Rai, after he was beaten by police officials. Azad trained Singh and others in covert activities.


 

#9 On February 23, 1931, police surrounded Azad and he was hit on his right thigh making it difficult for him to escape. With one bullet in his pistol and surrounded by police, he found himself outnumbered. He shot himself keeping his pledge of never being captured alive.


 

#10 Alfred Park in Allahabad, where Azad died, has been renamed Chandrashekhar Azad Park. Several schools, colleges, roads and other public institutions across India are also named after him.


 

The revolutionaries who sacrificed for the independence of India were not found in India’s history, instead of joining them in their curriculum.

Giving a big and strong lesson to all those fake cartels who distort India’s true history

This is a big mistake, and the big question is on the so-called fake historians, for those zodiac clerks who did not allow India’s heroes to be honored in India only with their ink and adherent mentality. 
Giving a big and strong lesson to all those fake cartels who distort India’s true history, the US is going to include those heroes in their curriculum. These are the heroes of the Ghadar party who fought against the British with the weapon And had denied the story of Charkha, etc. 
However, the people who wrote history by selling ink were very unjust and did not give those brave heroes anywhere in history and left them as an anonymous sacrifice. According to sources, students of schools in Oregon State of America will soon be able to read about the Ghadar Party that contributes to the independence movement of India. 
This is the same Ghadar Party, whose heroes like Karna Singh Sarabha had written a new saga of bravery .. The most important thing is that the celebration of 105 years of establishment of the organization of the sacrifices of the sacrifices made for India’s independence, America Many people who do not know because of the false secularism of India who are celebrated. It is known that Oregon’s top officials announced the 105th anniversary of the establishment of the Revolutionary Group Gadar Party 
According to official records, 74 Hindu men came here in 1910, most of whom were Sikhs of Punjab. The descendants of these Indians, who worked as laborers in a wood-cutting local company, The first establishment of the party had gathered to participate in the conference. Oregon’s attorney general, Ellen F. Rosenblum said that this historic event will be part of the curriculum of state schools.