Subhash Chandra Bose Short bio

November 10, 2018

Real Facts about Subhash Chandra Bose

Journey of Subhash Chandra Bose represented in short story.



You in the history of India's struggle for freedom one man stands out in all distinctiveness and a class by himself Subhash Chandra Bose is in his total personality a unique phenomenon of 20th century India Bose was born on 23rd January 1897 in Cuttack  Orissa he was strongly influenced by Swami Vivekananda's teachings and was known for his patriotic zeal as a student he then appeared for the Indian civil service examination and was placed fourth but his urge for participating in the freedom movement led him to resign from the coveted Indian civil service both advocated complete independence for India at the earliest fondly called as Netaji.

His best-known saying was “Give me blood and I will give you Freedom” Subhash Chandra Bose was elected president of the Indian National Congress for two consecutive terms but resigned from the post following ideological conflicts with Mahatma Gandhi we established a separate political party the All India Forward Bloc and continued to call for the full and immediate independence of India from British rule he was imprisoned by the British authorities 11 times when India was declared as a warring state both started a mass movement against utilising Indian resources and meant for the war the response to his call was met with the British promptly imprisoning him he took to a hunger strike and after his health deteriorated on the eleventh day of fasting he was freed and was placed under house arrest it was in 1941 that Subhash Chandra Bose suddenly disappeared the authorities did not come to know for many days that he was not in his ballet we traveled by foot car and train and resurfaced in Kabul only to disappear once again in November 1941 his broadcast from German radio sent shockwaves amongst the British and electrified the Indian masses who realized that their leader was working on a master plan to free their motherland with Japanese monetary political diplomatic and military assistance.

Subhash Chandra Bose formed the Azad hint government-in-exile regrouped and led the Indian National Army to battle against the Allies in m-file and Burma during the World War two in the beginning of 1943 a most hazardous journey was undertaken by him underwater covering thousands of miles crossing enemy territories at one stage he is believed to have traveled 400 miles in a rubber dinghy to reach a Japanese submarine which took him to Tokyo was warmly received in Japan and was declared the head of the Indian Army these soldiers were united by another revolutionary rush Bihari balls boss called it the Indian National Army and a government by the name Occidental meant was declared on the 21st of October 1943 I any freed the Andaman and Nicobar Islands from the British and were renamed as Swaraj and Sri heat Islands his political views and the Alliance's he made with naazy and other militarist regimes have led to some accusing him of fascists sympathy alas he is believed to have died on 18th August 1945 in a plane crash over Taiwan however contradictory evidence exists regarding his death in the accident the Axis powers were fighting a losing battle in 1945 when the Japanese radio announced the death of Subash Chandra Bose in a flight crash Durr then British Indian government rejected the claim of his death for different Commissions of inquiry were appointed by different governments to investigate his death but there appeared gaps in the findings of each of those the mukherjee commission was the latest one to have submitted the report as late as in 2006 india.
After all achieved independence in 1947 and both should have come back to the country to be part of active politics although it was believed that Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose died in a plane crash his body was never recovered the possible scenarios of his death.

Scenario 1 -  The USSR USA UK were all part of the Allied forces who ensured all the leaders from the Axis powers were either captured or killed the announcement through the Japanese radio might have been influenced by the Indian National Congress to save one of India's greatest leaders of the times from being captured by the Allied forces probably he might have returned to India the Indian government might have kept him in hiding.

Scenario 2 -  Subhash Chandra Bose might have been captured by the USSR and kept in as a captive maybe even the Indian government was not aware of the whereabouts of Bose if USSR captured him in this scenario Bose might have spent the rest of his life in jail or might have been executed.
Scenario 3 -  Subhash Chandra Bose might have been captured by the USSR and the Indian government might have known it the USSR probably was not interested to release him in order to investigate his role in the Second World War.

At the same time the government might have kept the news under the carpet to prevent an emotional uprising in India.which could have potentially meant curtains for Indo Soviet Friendship both married Emily Schenkel an austrian-born national who was a secretary in 1941 or in 1942 both and Emily Schenkel had a daughter Anita Bose, who is a professor of economics in the University of Augsburg back in the present the government of india has refused to release documents regarding Bose even under the RTI channel saying that it will have a negative impact on India's relations with foreign nations the contents of the classified documents believed to impact India's relations with other countries has not been released by opposition parties when at power as well more than 71 years have passed since India's independence some mysteries remain mysteries.

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Chandra Shekhar Azad - Short story about Azad life's and Sacrifice - Freedom Fighter

November 10, 2018

  

Chandra Shekhar Azad – Facts and Short Story


“I will face the bullets of the enemies, I have been free and I’ll forever be free” were the lines of Chandra Shekhar Azad, the master of disguise.



Chandra Shekhar Tiwari, was born to Pandit Sita Ram Tiwari & Jagrani Devi on July 23, 1906 in Bhavra village in Jhabua district, Madhya Pradesh. He grew up learning wrestling, swimming, and archery. He practiced javelin throw and developed an enviable physique. He received his early schooling in Bhavra. For higher studies he went to a Sanskrit Pathashala in Varanasi where he met some nationalists. Chandra Shekhar Azad became a part of a group of young revolutionaries and dedicated his life to a single goal – securing freedom for his beloved motherland by driving the British away from India. 16-year-old Chandra Shekhar Azad was arrested in one of these demonstrations. When asked his name, his father replied to the authorities that his name was ‘Azad’. The announcement to suspend the non-cooperation movement came as a blow. Agitated Chandra Shekhar Azad met Ram Prasad Bismil, the founder of Hindustan Republican Association.

Chandra Shekhar Azad joined the HRA and concentrated on collecting funds for the association. He planned attempts to rob government treasury to raise funds in order to carry out their revolutionary activities. Ram Prasad Bismil came up with an idea of looting a train running from Shahjahpur to Lucknow, in Kakori, carrying treasury money. You must've seen it in many bollywood films. Azad reached Kanpur, the headquarters of HRA and met Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev. He reorganized the HRA and renamed it as Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) with Bhagat Singh.

On October 30, 1928 Lala Lajpat Rai got severly injured during his protest against the Simon Commission where Police Superintendent James Scott ordered lathi strike. Lalaji died on November 17, 1928 as a result of the wounds. Chandra Shekhar Azad held the police superintendent responsible for Lala’s death. Together with Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru, he plotted the assassination of Scott but a case of mistaken identity led to the killing of John P. Saunders, an Assistant Superintendent of Police. As a result Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were arrested Chandra Shekhar Azad was among the few who the British authorities were unable to capture. They even announced a reward of Rs. 30,000 on his head. The huge amount of money led to vital information on the whereabouts of Azad. On February 27, 1931 a pre-informed police surrounded the Alfred Park and asked Chandra Shekhar Azad to surrender.

Chandra Shekhar Azad fought to allow his friends safe passage and killed three police officers. After nearly exhausting his ammunition and foreseeing no means of escape, he shot himself in the head with his last bullet. He upheld his vow never to be captured by the British. After independence, Alfred Park in Allahabad was renamed Chandra Shekhar Azad Park.

15 Interesting Facts about Tipu Sultan - Freedom Fighter

November 10, 2018

Tipu Sultan - Freedom Fighter

Born 10 November 1750 - Died 04 May 1799

Spouse - Sindh Sultan



1.Tipu Sultan was born to a Hyder ali and Fatima fakhr un nisa. They had named their baby Fateh ali but often called him tipu after the local saint Tipu Mastan Aulia.


2.Tipu Sultan's full name was Sultan Fateh Ali Khan Shahab.


3.Tipu sultan also known for Tiger of Mysore and Tipu Sahib, Tipu Sultan is known for his Valiant acts in several wars and the sacrifices he made to save his land from foreign invaders. He is remembered for saving Deccan India from the British for a long period of time. Tipu Sultan was the ruler of the kingdom mysore from 1782 to 1799.


4.In Childhood tipu and his friends hanging around the forest and suddenly tiger jumped on their way, everyone run towards village except tipu sultan and he fought against tiger and make him run from the forest so that’s why people called him Tiger of Mysore.


5.Tipu Sultan learned shooting, riding and swordsmanship at a very young age.  It facilitated him to capture the family of the Malabar chief,  at the age of 15, with a military force of merely 2 to 3 thousand people.


6.Tipu Sultan is credited as the pioneer of Rocket Technology in India.


7.Tipu Sultan wrote a military manual called Fathul Mujahidin. The manual explains the operation of Mysore rockets.


8.After the death of Tipu Sultan, the British forces took away his sword and ringbas war trophies.


9.The leftovers and belongings Tipu Sultan had been put on display at the British Museum till the year 2004. Later on, Vijay Mallya bought the sword of tipu sultan in an auction.



10.The Weight of Tipu Sultan’s sword is around 17.4 kilograms and he only battled with this heavy sword against enemy. The Current value of the sword is more than 22 Crore.


11.The Sultan is credited with the replacement  of the original name of several places with muslim names. During his reign, Manglore was changed to Jalalabad,  Mysore to Nazarabad, Bepur to Sultanpatanam, Cannanore to Kusanabad, Gooty to Faiz-Hissar,  Dharwar to Quaresh-swad, Dindigul to Khaliqabad, Ratnagiri to Mustafabad,  Kozhikode to Islamabad.


12.Tipu Sultan lost his sword in a war with the Nair of Travancore during the battle of Nedumkotta (1789), In which he was forced to withdraw due to a severe joint attack from the travancore army and British Army.


13.Tipu Sultan had an obsession for horticulture and gardening.


14.He relished important victories against the British in the second Anglo-Mysore war.


15.Tipu Sultan was killed in the fourth Anglo-Mysore war while defending his fort of Srirangapatnam against the combined forces of the British East India Company and The Nizam of Hyderabad.





Razia Sultan Short bio - Freedom Fighter

November 09, 2018


Short bio of Razia Sultan's Life

Sultana Raziya, attributed as Razia Sultana, or popularly known as Razia Sultan



Razia Sultan - Short bio of Razia Sultan Life - Freedom FighterRazia Sultan was the first women Muslim ruler of South Asia and daughter of Iltutmish. She was a talented, intelligent, brave, excellent administrator and a great warrior. Razia Sultan was born in 1205. She was from Turkish Seljuk descendants. As a Muslim princess of the time, Razia received training in fighting, as well as led the armies and learned to administer the states. All the qualities of an efficient ruler existed in her and Razia was more capable of becoming a ruler than his brothers, so Iltutmish choose Razia Sultan as his successor. Whenever Iltutmishch was leaving the capital, he used to give Razia Sultan the power to discharge responsibilities as a ruler. But after the death of Iltutmish, his son Rukun-ud-Din Firoz captured the throne. He ruled Delhi for seven months. In 1236, Razia Sultan took over the throne of Delhi by defeating his brother with the support of the people of Delhi.

Being an efficient ruler, Razia Sultan established complete law and order in his area. They tried to improve the infrastructure of the country by encouraging trade, building roads, digging wells and building schools and libraries. She even contributed to the field of art and culture and encouraged the poets, painters and musicians.

Razia Sultan gave up his clothes and ornaments, and adopted the masculine dress, whether it was his darbar or the battlefield. She relied on Jalal-ud-Din Yakut, an Ethiopian (slave) slave, and made him his personal attendant, thus challenging the monopoly of powerful Turkish nobles. The Turkish nobles were reluctant to accept a woman as their ruler, especially when Razia challenged his power. They conspired against Razia, when in 1239 when She was trying to stop the revolt by the Turkish governor of Lahore, the nobility of Turkey took advantage of her absence in Delhi and lifted Razia from the throne and Bahraam, his brother, to Delhi Made ruler of

To regain the throne, Razia Sultana married Bhatinda's general, Malik Alatunia, and with her husband grew up to climb Delhi, but on 13 October 1240, Bahram performed the unfortunate couple (Razia and Malik Alatunia) Murdered.



Tatya Tope Short bio - Freedom fighter

November 08, 2018

Tatya Tope Real Life Story

Facts and Short-bio of tatya tope



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Tatya Tope in jail
Tatya Tope played an important role in the first fight fought for independence. The name of Tope is included among those who first started the revolt against the British. Let's know the important things related to his life and how he had started the revolution of 1857.

Tatya Tope was born in 1814 in a Marathi family. His real name was Ramachandra Pandurang Rao, though people used to call him Tatya Tope.

Tatya Tope was also a major contributor to the 1857 revolution against the British. When this battle reached Kanupar of Uttar Pradesh, Nana Saheb was declared as a leader and here, Tatya Tope started his life in the fight for independence. At the same time he took iron against the British several times. Nana Saheb also appointed his military adviser.

After defeating the British in Kanpur, Tatya held a meeting with Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi to take the front of Central India. In the days of revolution, he gave a lot of support to Rani Laxmibai and Nana Saha of Jhansi. Although he had to face defeat many times. They were known to invade their guerrilla manner.

It is said that he had also worked in the British company. It is said that in the East India Company in Kanpur, the Artillery of the Bengal Army had also worked in Regiment and he always differed with the British.

In many parts of India he stabbed the British, and the special thing was that the English army had failed to catch them. Tatya fought a long battle with the British for about a year. However on April 8, 1959, he came under the control of the British and on April 15, 1959, Shiva was given martial court of Tatya tope. After that on April 18, at 5:00 in the presence of thousands of people were hanged in the open ground.

However many questions have been raised on his execution. Parag Tope, author of 'Topez Operation Red Lotus', which unveils new facts related to Tatya Tope, said that Tatya was not hanged on 18 April 1859 in Shivpuri, but in Chattisgarh, in Guna district, British got iron from the Baroda. On January 1, 1859, Tatya Tope was martyred.




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