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Veer Savarkar Biography For Students

Veer Savarkar Biography

Born: May 28, 1883 Bhagur, Nasik Died: February 26, 1966 Mumbai, India Cause of death: Fast unto death Siblings: Ganesh Damodar Savarkar, Maina Damodar Savarkar, Narayan Damodar Savarkar Education: Fergusson College, City Law School, University of Mumbai Achievements: Founded the Abhinav Bharat Society and Free India Society; brought out an authentic informative researched work on The Great Indian Revolt of …

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Shaheed Udham Singh Biography For Students

Shaheed Udham Singh

Born: 26 December 1899 Sunam, Punjab, British India Died: 31 July 1940 Barnsbury, England, United Kingdom Organization: Ghadar Party, Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, Indian Workers’ Association Movement: Indian independence movement External Link: More on Wiki Udham Singh, a revolutionary nationalist, was born as Sher Singh on 26 December 1899, at Sunam, in the then princely state of Patiala. His father, …

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Subhas Chandra Bose Biography For Students

Subhas Chandra Bose

Subhas Chandra Bose (23 January 1897 – 18 August 1945 (aged 48) was an Indian nationalist whose attempt during World War II to rid India of British rule with the help of Nazi Germany and Japan left a troubled legacy. The honorific Netaji (Hindustani language: “Respected Leader”), first applied to Bose in Germany, by the Indian soldiers of the Indische …

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Rao Tula Ram Biography For Students

Rao Tula Ram

Born: 9 December 1825, Rewari, Haryana, India Died: 23 September 1863, Kabul, Afghanistan Reign: 1838 -1857 Mother: Rani Gyan Kaur Father: Rao Puran Singh Most people familiar with India’s capital, Delhi, will likely have used the nation’s main international airport, Indira Gandhi International. En route from the airport to the centre of Delhi is a long and famous road, Rao …

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Bhagat Singh Biography For Students & Children

Bhagat Singh

Born: September 28, 1907, Punjab, India 1930: Threw bombs in Central Assembly Hall, protesting on imposing severe measures like the Trades Disputes Bill by the Britishers. 1930: Went on hunger strike to protest the inhuman treatment of fellow-political prisoners by jail authorities. 1930: Sukh Dev and Raj Guru, he was awarded the death sentence. Cremated on the bank of the …

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