Lakhs of people sacrificed their lives to liberate the country. Thousands of people left their homes and unfortunately many of them have been forgotten by the country. One such promising revolutionary was Vishnu Ganesh Pingale. He was a member of the Ghadar Party. He was sentenced to death in 1915 in the Lahore Conspiracy Case and the Hindu-German Conspiracy. For the independence of India, the sons of Mother India who sacrificed laughingly, Hardayal ji had founded the ‘Gadar Party’ for the independence of India.
Awadh Bihari was a nationalist and freedom fighter. He was actively involved in revolutionary activities against the British rule. Awadh Bihari took the front in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab against the British rule. He was associated with Ras Behari Bose. And he had planned to throw a bomb on Lord Hardinge, the Viceroy of India. Who served as the Viceroy and Governor-General of India from 1910 to 1916. Awadh Bihari was arrested in February 1914 and sentenced to death. Awadh Bihari was hanged on 1 May 1915 in Ambala Central Jail.
Arjun Lal Sethi was a famous freedom fighter, revolutionary and teacher from Jaipur, India. He is called the father of freedom movement in Rajasthan. He was one of the freedom fighters of India. When the Governor-General Lord Hardinge’s procession was passing through Chandni Chowk in Delhi, a bomb was hurled at it. This plan to throw the bomb was made by Arjun Lal Sethi. So Sethi was arrested. Due to lack of evidence against him, he could not be punished, yet Sethi was kept in jail without trial.
India’s Forgotten …? Freedom Fighter…?
The heart of a man who does not have love for his country is like a stone. The same thing has been written by a famous Bengali poet in one of his poems like this A man who does not have the love of the country in his heart, he is like an animal while being a human. Gopinath Saha was a revolutionary.
Pandit Parmanand ji, the brave son of Bundelkhand, who served 22 years of black water for the freedom fighting in the Cellular Jail of Andaman and Nicobar, dedicated his whole life for the freedom fighting. This great revolutionary had knowledge of 22 languages, due…
Hardly anyone knows about such a great patriotic revolutionary warrior and hardly remembers his martyrdom. The heroic warrior Udmi ram and his wife Ratni Devi were tortured with mole and mole. Tie on the Peepal tree of the halt, iron nails were buried in their hands, they were kept hungry and thirsty.
Rani Chennamma, India’s first female freedom fighter, was a great warrior who fought for the independence of her motherland with fearlessness, intelligence and courage. He razed the British government with his skill around 1824. Twice the British army had to beg for their lives in…
AMRIT FESTIVAL OF INDEPENDENCE “A Tribute to Heroes of Indian Freedom Struggle”
India’s Forgotten …? Freedom Fighter
Begum Hazrat Mahal….?
Protest against the announcement of Queen Victoria…..??
In the independence of India, many brave revolutionary women contributed against the British rule and sacrificed everything. Those women revolutionaries include women like Rani Laxmibai, Savitribai Phule, she is one of them. Begum Hazrat Mahal.
Matangini Hazra was associated with the freedom struggle at the age of 62 The way he fought the British and did not let the tricolor bow till his last breath, that makes him completely different from others.
Matangini Hazra was born in a…