02-Oct-1869 – 30-Jan-1948 – Mahatma Gandhi was a prominent political and spiritual leader of India and the Indian independence movement. The full name of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was a leader who wanted to celebrate India’s independence with non-violence. His mother’s name was Putlibai Gandhi and she belonged to the Parnami Vaishya community. Putlibai was Karamchand’s fourth wife. His first three wives died at delivery. People are also fondly called ‘Bapu’.
28-Jan-1865 – 17-Nov-1928 – Lala Lajpat Rai was a prominent freedom fighter of India. They are also called Punjab Kesari. He also founded Punjab National Bank and Laxmi Insurance Company. He was one of the three prominent leaders of the Garam Dal Lal-Bal-Pal in the Indian National Congress.
03-Dec-1889 – 11-Aug-1908 – Khudiram Bose was a revolutionary who hanged himself for the independence of India at the age of only 19 years. Khudiram Bose had started participating in political activities since school days. In those days, even small Indian school children hated the British. They used to join the procession and shout slogans against English imperialism.
25-Dec-1861 – 12-Nov-1946 – Madan Mohan Malaviya was not only a great freedom fighter, politician and educationist, but also a big social reformer. According to the historian VC Sahu, the supporters of Hindu nationalism Madan Mohan Malaviya wanted to break caste fetters from the country. Malaviya ji was more famous in truth, celibacy, exercise, patriotism and self-sacrifice.
22-Oct-1900 – 19-Dec-1927 – Ashfaqullah Khan is counted among the famous immortal martyr revolutionaries of India. He surrendered his life for the freedom of the country. Ashfaq Ullah Khan was a strong advocate of Hindu-Muslim unity. He played an important role in Kakori Kand.
11-Jun-1897 – 19-Dec-1927 – Ram Prasad Bismil was not only the great freedom fighter of India, but also a high-quality poet, poet, translator, multilingualist and litterateur. He had hanged himself for the freedom of India. And whenever there is talk of revolutionaries in India, this great man’s name will definitely come up.
23-Jan-1897 – 18-Aug-1945 – Apart from Subhash Chandra Bose, no such person has been born in the history of India, who together with great commander, heroic soldier, amazing player of politics and internationally renowned men and leaders, is equal to diplomacy and discussion. Netaji had an amazing ability to stand up to the truth.
08-Dec-1897 – 29-Apr-1960 – Pandit poet Balakrishna Sharma was a famous Indian poet, prose and unique speaker of new Hindi literature. After leaving studies, Balakrishna Sharma Naveen became completely in the color of patriotism and his first arrest was in 1921 in Prayag due to participation in the national movement. Among his prison companions were Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Rajarshi, Purushottam Tandon, Devdas Gandhi etc.
25-May-1886 – 21-Jan-1945 – Ras Bihari Bose was an Indian revolutionary who played an important role in the organization of ‘Gadar’ and ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ against the British rule. He not only within the country but also in other countries conducted revolutionary activities against the British government and tried to bring freedom to India.
12-Jan-1863 – 04-Jul-1902 – Swami Vivekananda was the noted and influential spiritual master of Vedanta. He represented Sanatan Dharma on behalf of India at the World Religion General Assembly held in Chicago in 1893 in the US. Vedanta philosophy full of spirituality of India reached every country of America and Europe only because of the speech of Swami Vivekananda.
09-Sep-1850 – 06-Jan-1885 – Bharatendu Harishchandra is called the father of modern Hindi literature. Babu Bharatendu Harishchandra was born on 09 September 1850 in the lineage of the famous’ Seth Amichand “of Kashi Nagari. He was the first creator of modernism in Hindi. He has made valuable contributions in the field of Hindi journalism, drama and poetry. Writing of the play begins with the translation of the play Vidyasundar (1867) of Bangla.
14-Apr-1891 – 06-Dec-1956 – Bhimrao Ambedkar was also a Bahujan political leader and a Buddhist revivalist. He is also known as Babasaheb. Ambedkar spent his entire life in the struggle against the Chaturvarna system of Hinduism and the caste system prevalent in Indian society. He inspired the Dalit Buddhist movement and campaigned against social discrimination against Dalits. He was the first law minister of independent India and the principal architect of the Indian Constitution.