10-Dec-1878 – 25-Dec-1972 – Chakravarti Rajagopalachari was an Indian revolutionary, politician, writer, and lawyer. Chakravarti Rajagopalachari was born on ten December 1878 within the village of Thorappally in Madras, into a Vaishnava Brahmin family. His father’s name was Chakravarthy Venkatarayan and his mother’s name was Singaramma. He was the second Governor-General of freelance Republic of India and also the 1st Indian Governor-General. He was a distinguished leader of the Congress of South Republic of India, however later he became a robust opponent of the Congress and in 1959 he additionally fashioned a separate ‘Freedom Party’.
22-Nov-1864 – 25-Sep-1955 – Rakhmabai Raut was the first woman doctor of India. Rakhmabai was born on 22 November 1864 in Mumbai to a carpenter community in Mumbai, Maharashtra (British India). Internet search company Google India has paid tribute to Rakhmabai Raut’s 153rd birthday on November 22, 2017, through a doodle. In this doodle, Rakhmabai is shown in a sari with a stethoscope, behind her is a picture of Ward, in which the patient is seen lying and the nurse working. She was an excellent doctor as well as an intense feminist woman.
22-May-1772 – 27-Sep-1833 – Raja Ram mohan Roy is called the father of modern India. He was the founder of the Brahmo Samaj, the originator of the Indian linguistic press, the pioneer of the public awakening and social reform movement and the father of the New Jagran era in Bengal. Raja Rammohan Roy’s name is the foremost in the field of religious and social development.