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Remembering Jnananjan Niyogi Ji

Remembering Jnananjan Niyogi (7th Jan 1891- 13th Feb 1956) on his vardhanti. He actively participated in the freedom movement of Bharat. He was attracted towards the movement against partition of Bengal in 1905. He formed a youth organisation named ‘Band of Hope’ and in 1916, was appointed president of Temperance Federation, a movement against consumption of alcoholic drinks. In 1870, Keshub Chunder Sen had ...

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Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay – An Ideal Swayamsevak

Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay was murdered on 11th Feb 1968 at Mughalsarai in UP. His death was as shocking as it was mysterious. The mystery remains unsolved to this day. Everyone was stunned by his untimely demise. An Ideal Swayamsevak - The greatness of Deendayalji can be assuaged by the tributes paid by Guruji Golwalkar. Those who realise and recognise their duties and responsibilities as a swayamsevak right f ...

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Sachindra Nath Sanyal

Sachindra Nath Sanyal was a freedom fighter of Bharat and the founder of Hindustan Republican Association that was created to carry out resistance against the British Empire in Bharat. Under this association, he set up Hindustan Republic Army in 1924. He was the mentor for revolutionaries like Chandrashekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh. Several of his brothers and cousins were also active participants in the coun ...

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Hemu Kalani

In October 1942, Hemu Kalani came to know that British troops and ammunition would be arriving in Sindh by a train passing through his town. He decided to derail the train by removing the fishplates from the railway tracks. He and his friends were severely handicapped in not having any tools for loosening the nuts and bolts and for removing the fishplates. However, before they could complete the job, they w ...

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Mathematician – Dattaraya Ramchandra Kaprekar

Dattaraya Ramchandra Kaprekar was born on January 17, 1905, at Dahanu, near Mumbai. Dattatreya Ramchandra Kaprekar was an Bharatiya mathematician who described several classes of natural numbers including the Kaprekar, Harshad and Self numbers and discovered the Kaprekar constant, named after him. Despite having no formal postgraduate training and working as a schoolteacher, he published extensively and bec ...

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Komaram Bheem

Komaram Bheem, was born into a Gond family in Adilabad district in the Telangana region. The Asif Jahi rule in Hyderabad was a period in which the Hindu population faced the brunt of the rudeness from the Nizams. The Nizam unleashed untold atrocities on the people. Taxes were raised to exorbitant levels, women were dishonored, and men were harassed for unknown reasons. An overall exploitation of the masses ...

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Birthday – 07 October – Durgavati Devi

Durgavati Devi (Durga Bhabhi) was a freedom fighter. She was one of the few women revolutionaries who took an active participation in armed revolution against the ruling British Raj. She is best known for having accompanied Bhagat Singh on the train journey in which he made his escape in disguise after the Saunders killing, Since she was wife of another HSRA member Bhagwati Charan Vohra, other members of HS ...

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Jayanti – Shayam Ji Krishan Varma

Shayamji Krishan Varma was a follower of Swami Dayanand Saraswati. After reading Satyarth Prakash, Shyamji Krishna Varma was impressed and inspired with spirit of Nationalism. It was upon Dayanand's inspiration, he set up a base in England at India House. Here many revolutionaries like Madam Cama, Veer Savarkar, Lala Hardyal, Madan Lal Dhingra, Bhagat Singh and many more were produced. Shayam ji was worried ...

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Kushok Bakula’s life completely devoted to Ladakh

The mountainous ‘Land of the Passes’, as Ladakh is known, is celebrating the centenary of one of most illustrious sons, the 19th Kushok Bakula Rinpoche. Born on May 27, 1918, at the Royal Palace of Matho near Leh, Bakula was the youngest child of Nangwa Thayas, the King of Matho. His mother was Princess Yeshes Wangmo of the Royal House of Zangla. At a young age, he was recognised by the 13th Dalai Lama as a ...

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Bhagat Singh

When Jallianwalan Bagh massacre happened, Singh was only 12-year-old. The young boy reached the massacre spot and kept some blood-stained soil in a bottle. He used to worship that bottle that contained the blood of innocent lives. At a very early age Bhagat Singh made his mind about what he wanted from his life. The famous slogan 'Inquilab Zindabad' was written by none other than Bhagat Singh during India's ...

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