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Jawaharlal Nehru (14 November 1889 – 27 May 1964)
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was a standout amongst the most critical opportunity contenders of India, who went ahead to end up the principal Prime Minister of free India.
He was additionally the writer of the well known book – ‘Disclosure of India’. Nehru was to a great degree enamored with kids and was affectionately called as ‘Chacha Nehru’. It was under his administration that India set out on the arranged example of monetary improvement.
Khudiram Bose (3 December 1889 – 11 August 1908)
Khudiram Bose was one of those youthful progressives and flexibility warriors whose deeds of boldness went ahead to wind up the subject of fables. He was one of those overcome men who tested the British govern and gave them their very own essence drug. At 19 years old, he was martyred, with ‘Vande Mataram’ being his last words.
Lala Lajpat Rai (28 January 1865 – 17 November 1928)
A standout amongst the most critical individuals from the Indian National Congress, Lala Lajpat Rai is regularly respected for driving a dissent against the Simon Commission. Amid the dissent, he was ambushed by James A. Scott, the administrator of police, which at last assumed a part in his demise. He was a piece of the popular triumvirate called ‘Lal Bal Pal.’
Mahadev Govind Ranade (18 January 1842 – 16 January 1901)
Mahadev Govind Ranade was one of the key establishing individuals from Indian National Congress. Aside from filling in as Bombay High Court’s judge, Mahadev Govind functioned as a social reformer, empowering ladies strengthening and dowager remarriage. He comprehended that India’s battle for flexibility can never be effective without a social change which was the need of great importance.
Mahatma Gandhi (2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948)
Mahatma Gandhi drove the Indian autonomy development and was effective in liberating India from the grip of the British. He utilized peacefulness and occupied with different developments as a feature of his moving dissent against the British run the show. He went ahead to wind up the most huge opportunity warrior and consequently is called as the ‘Father of the Nation.’
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (11 November 1888 – 22 February 1958)
Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was a functioning individual from the Indian National Congress and an awesome opportunity contender. Maulana Azad participated in a large portion of the essential developments. He managed the exceptional session of Congress in September 1923 and at 35 years old he turned into the most youthful man to be chosen as the President of the Congress.
Motilal Nehru (6 May 1861 – 6 February 1931)
A standout amongst the most unmistakable pioneers of the Indian National Congress, Motilal Nehru was additionally a critical dissident and individual from Indian National Movement. Twice in his political vocation, he was chosen as the President of Congress. He effectively partook in numerous dissents including the Non-Cooperation Movement, amid which he was captured by the British government.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (31 October 1875 – 15 December 1950)
His overcome deeds earned Vallabhbhai Patel the title, ‘the iron man of India.’ For his part in the Bardoli Satyagraha, Patel came to be known as Sardar. Despite the fact that he was a celebrated legal advisor, Sardar Patel surrendered his calling so as to battle for the opportunity of the nation. After the autonomy, he turned into the appointee Prime Minister of India and assumed a critical part in the coordination of India by blending various royal states with the Indian Union.
Bhagat Singh (1907 – 23 March 1931)
The name Bhagat Singh is synonymous with forfeit, fearlessness, grit and vision. By relinquishing his life at 30 years old, Bhagat Singh turned into a motivation and an image of courage. Alongside different progressives, Bhagat Singh established the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. To help the British government to remember its wrongdoings, Bhagat Singh heaved a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly. By grasping passing at a youthful age, Singh turned into an image of forfeit and boldness, accordingly dwelling everlastingly in the hearts of each Indian.
Shivaram Rajguru (26 August 1908 – 23 March 1931)
An individual from the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, Shivaram Rajguru was a nearby partner of Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev. Shivaram is fundamentally associated with his contribution in the death of John Saunders, a youthful British cop. With an expectation of murdering James Scott, the police director who had attacked Lala Lajpat Rai only two weeks previously his passing, Shivaram mixed up John for James and shot him to death.
Subhas Chandra Bose (23 January 1897 – 18 August 1945)
Famously known as Netaji, Subhas Chandra Bose was a savage flexibility contender and prominent pioneer on the political skyline of pre-free India. Bose was chosen as the President of the Indian National Congress in 1937 and 1939. He established the Indian National Army and raised the celebrated trademarks, ‘Delhi Chalo’ and ‘Tum Mujhe Khoon Do fundamental Tumhe Ajadi Doonga.’ For his hostile to British comments and exercises, Bose was imprisoned 11 times somewhere in the range of 1920 and 1941. He was the pioneer of the adolescent wing of Congress Party.
Sukhdev (15 May 1907 – 23 March 1931)
One of the key individuals from Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, Sukhdev was a progressive and a nearby partner of Bhagat Singh and Shivaram Rajguru. He as well, was engaged with the murdering of John Saunders, a British cop. Sukhdev was caught, alongside Bhagat Singh and Shivaram Rajguru, and was martyred at 24 years old.
Udham Singh (26 December 1899 – 31 July 1940)
Udham Singh was a standout amongst the most critical and well known progressives who partook in the Indian autonomy development. He is associated with avenging the Jallianwala Bagh slaughter by fiercely killing Sir Michael O’Dwyer on March 13, 1940. For his demonstration, Udham Singh was indicted and was in the long run condemned to death.
Vithalbhai Patel (27 September 1873 – 22 October 1933)
A fellow benefactor of Swarajaya Party, Vithalbhai Patel was a furious autonomy extremist and senior sibling of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Vithalbhai turned into a nearby partner of Subhas Chandra Bose and even considered Gandhi a disappointment. At the point when his wellbeing was quick falling apart, he passed on his property, which added up to an incredible Rs. 120,000, to Subhas Chandra Bose for his progressive exercises.
Kasturba Gandhi (11 April 1869 – 22 February 1944)
Best known as the spouse of Mahatma Gandhi, Kasturba was an enthusiastic flexibility warrior. Close by Gandhi, Kasturba effectively partook in all the freedom developments, getting to be one of the essential activists. She was captured on a few events for her support in peaceful dissents and Quit India development.
Kamala Nehru (1 August 1899 – 28 February 1936)
In spite of the fact that she is generally recognized as the spouse of Jawaharlal Nehru, Kamala was a famous opportunity warrior in her own right. She effectively partook in the Non Co-activity Movement by social occasion a gathering of ladies and by challenging the shops that were offering remote merchandise. She was captured by the British government on two events.
J. P. Narayan (11 October 1902 – 8 October 1979)
A dear companion of a patriot named Ganga Sharan Singh, Jayaprakash Narayan joined Indian National Congress in the year 1929 amid which Gandhi himself turned into his tutor. He at that point effectively took an interest in Quit India Movement and common noncompliance for which he was imprisoned by the British government.
Liaquat Ali (1 October 1895 – 16 October 1951)
Moved by the evil treatment of Indian Muslims by British authorities, Liaquat Ali set out to free them from the grip of the British. He joined the All-India Muslim League which was developing in noticeable quality under the administration of Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Inevitably, Liaquat Ali turned into a key figure in securing a different nation for Indian Muslims.
Shaukat Ali (10 March 1873 – 26 November 1938)
One of the unmistakable Muslim pioneers of the Khilafat Movement, Shaukat Ali was instrumental in shaping the political arrangement of the Muslims by distributing progressive magazines. He was captured on a few events for his progressive exercises and for supporting Mahatma Gandhi. He was additionally a critical part in the Non-Cooperation Movement.
And we have many more who gave their lives for the Nation. They gave up their Families, their Youth, their Parents, Loved ones just for the Freedom of the Country. We shall never Forget their sacrifices they made through out. Many of them died while they were in their young age like Bhagat Singh. We Salute to such Revolutionaries who actually did something for their Nation without giving it a Second thought and put everything aside as getting Freedom was their Major Priority.