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    Dedicated to the women upliftment : Durgabai Deshmukh

    Among the southern states, Andhra had the unique distinction of contributing the largest contingent of women Satyagrahis who, unmindful of the hardships, entered the prisons. In the non-cooperation movement of 1922, a young girl of twelve years offered satyagraha at Kakinada. This young girl, Durgabai, afterwards exhibited her dynamic abilities by founding a unique organisation — the Andhra Mahila Sabha — w ...

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    Baba Kanshi Ram

    Baba Kanshi Ram (11 July 1882 – 15 October 1943) was an Indian poet and activist for independence born in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. At the age of seven, he married Sarasvati Devi who, at that time, was just five years old. He continued his studies in the local village. Soon, he lost both of his parents, and at the age of thirteen, relocated to Lahore in search of work. It was here that he first ...

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    Vandaneeya Laxmibai Kelkar – The founder Pramukh Sanchalika of Rashtra Sevika Samiti

    Vidarbha is a very fertile land producing enriching crops. Not only that but it has produced outstanding personalities who have preciously given a new dimension to the history of this land. Realisation of the mantra is the prestigious honour of this small region. Sangh and Samiti, the two major Hindu organisations of Akhil Bharateeya status, have their origin in this region. The culturally gifted family of ...

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    KS Sudarshan – A man simple, Yet profound

    Param Pujya Kuppalli Sitaramayya Sudarshan, who headed the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for nine years as its fifth Sarsanghachalak and when hale and hearty himself, nominated Mohan Bhagwat as his successor, passed away on September 15. A rare human being — simple, unassuming, honest, innocent, child-like, and, most important, Sudarshanji was least given to being strategic or clever. He could be faulte ...

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    Ram Prasad Bismil

    Ram Prasad Bismil, also known as Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil became one of the most popular revolutionaries of India after participating in the Kakori train robbery in Lucknow. He was one of the most important members of the Arya Samaj and the Hindustan Republican Association in British India. Ram Prasad Bismil was always known for his courage and fearlessness in carrying out dangerous activities against the c ...

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    The Sacrifice of Gautam and Mallu Dore

    The great revolutionary Elluri Sitaram Raju had already sacrificed his life on the altar of freedom. The British rulers must have thought that they had obtained deliverance from the rebels, but this did not happen. Both of Raju’s trusted lieutenants Gautam Dore and Mallu Dore became active and took it upon themselves to carry on Raju’s mission. Elluri Sitaramaraju (1897-1924; also called Alluri Ramachandra ...

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    Shri Guruji on integration of J&K

    Shri M.S Golwalkar 'Guruji', second Sarsanghachalak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, was a visionary on issues of national importance. June 5th happens to be his death anniversary. Reinitiating the debate on Article 370 and complete integration of Jammu and Kashmir with India is the best tribute one can give to the divine soul. Here are the excerpts of his views he expressed during his interview with the ...

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