Hats off to great Indians
Land of our birth, our faith, our pride, for whose dear sake fathers died! Freedom fighters died for our country independence. They were great. Hats off to those brave and worthy patriots, their glory be revered and cherished forever.
The courage and the devotion of our Indian country freedom fighters towards their mother were amazing. They endured all hardships to see the country free, from the British ruling. Because of their continued effort, India gained independence on August fortnight, that was 15, 1947. We are indeed proud of them!
Some great martyrs of our Indian country
He was the hero of the revolt of 1857, the first war of independence. He was among the first to raise his great voice for the freedom of our country. The British rulers feared this courageous and mighty general. When he was deceived by his friend, he faced his death like a nation of the hero.
She symbolizes the bravery of Indian women and their sacrifice for the country. Queen Laxmibai, the ruler of Janshi kingdom, led her troops to battle against the British in the Revolt of 1857. She died fighting her kingdom and is one of the woman martyrs of the country.
Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi
The Mahatma Gandhi who is the father of the nation was the architect of India’s freedom. His life was decided to the ideals of truth, nonviolence, peace and love. He led the non-violent movement against the British. His contribution to Indian country is one of the greatest.
Bal Gangadhar Tilak
He gave the people a strong cause to fight for independence, when he said, `Swaraj is our birthright.’ All his life he worked for Indian’s freedom and development. He established own school and published newspapers. He worked tirelessly to awaken the patriotic feelings among his fellowmen.
Veer Bhagat Singh
He was a fierce patriot, a young revolutionary. His bravery has made him a symbol of the heroism of the youth of India. He threw a strong bomb when Legislature was in session, to warn the British Ruler. He was executed by British government but always lives on in the heart of Indians as a beloved hero.
She was a social leader. She was born of Irish parents in London but, made India her home from November 1983. She worked for many social reforms. Annie Besant founded Central Hindu Collage at Varnasi and organized the Indian Home Rule League. Later, she became its president. She died in 1933.
Lal Bahadur Shastri
He was the only one poor prime minister of India from 1964 to 1966. Economically he was very poor. He ruled only two years without selfish. Really he was great leader. He was imprisoned by the British rulers for national activities. When India became free in 1947, he became a minister in Utter Pradesh. He became the prime minister after death of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He died in January 1966.
There were several other great Indians whose contribution towards the country was enormous.
Their indomitable spirit still burns brightly in the hearts of all Indians. Even after independence whenever India faced any war or crises we have seen heroic martyrs. They have shown deep devotion and pride for their country.
By being good citizens, studying hard, and showing love for other fellow beings, we can contribute to our country’s well being.
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