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Personality Of The Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi

Personality Of The Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi

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It is not so easy to write about the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. His entire life span is a source of inspiration for the people of India and the whole world. There is research about his life in many countries of the world, and his policy is still showing light to people agitating for the rights of the oppressed and downtrodden. The Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, was born on 2 October 1869 in Porbandar, Gujarat. Gandhi’s Father’s name was Karam Chand Gandhi, and his mother’s name was Putlibai. Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi was the youngest of his three siblings. Gandhiji’s life has always been simple and easy, which was inspired by his mother. He was brought up in a Vaishnavite family, and his life was deeply influenced by Indian Jainism, due to which he firmly beli
Lal Bahadur Shastri: 2nd Prime Minister Of India

Lal Bahadur Shastri: 2nd Prime Minister Of India

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In a simple Kayastha family, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri was born on October 2, 1904, in Mughalsarai, Uttar Pradesh. His father, Shri Sharda Prasad Srivastava, was a teacher in a school. Mother Smt. Ramdulari was a woman of simple sentimental heart. The people of Lal Bahadur Shastri's family used to call him "Nanhe" affectionately. His father died when he was one and a half years old. Lal Bahadur's maternal grandfather kept him under his protection and nurtured him by teaching good manners in such a situation. Thus the child Lal bahadur Shastri started growing up under the protection of his mother and maternal grandfather. source: hindinews.com Lal Bahadur had learned to live in deprivation and struggle since childhood. His education took place in his maternal house till the sixth grad...
STORY OF REVOLUTIONARY RAM PRASAD BISMIL

STORY OF REVOLUTIONARY RAM PRASAD BISMIL

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Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil is taken with special reverence among the patriots who freed Mother India by sacrificing their lives. He was born on 11 June 1897 in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh. His father's name was Shri Muralidhar, and he was not much educated. His ancestors belonged to the Tomarghar region of the erstwhile Gwalior State. He was working in Shahjahanpur Municipality. Pandit Muralidhar first had a son who passed away after a few days. A few years later, Ram Prasad Bismil was born. Ram Prasad was very naughty in his childhood. His grandfather Narayan Lalji, who was very fond of exercise, used to get the boy Ramprasad to exercise with him. As a result of the values of his grandfather, Ram Prasad Bismil later became a strong, handsome, courageous, and character person. By the...
Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar: A Social Reformer

Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar: A Social Reformer

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Medini is a district of Bengal. Veer Singh is a village in that district. In that village, on 26 September 1820, a child was born Who Made The Name Of The Country And Society Bright. He was the educationist and social reformer Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was the embodiment of simplicity since childhood. The truth was his companion. Purushartha was his life, and he considered helping others as his religion. His early education was based on the old method. The effect of that method remained on him for the rest of his life. He had a deep affection for a girl in his infancy. So deep that he did not even bother to compete with Dharmadhwaji Hindus and came before the country as a true social reformer. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar had to go to Calcutta to get higher...
Tipu Sultan: The Tiger Of Mysore

Tipu Sultan: The Tiger Of Mysore

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Tipu Sultan is called the tiger of Mysore. Why is he called tiger? Let us know.Tipu Sultan ruled about 200 years ago. His capital was Srirangapatna. Srirangapatna was an island formed by tributaries of the Kaveri river between Bangalore and Mysore. From there, he ruled over Mysore. His kingdom extended from the Krishna River in the north to Dindigul in the South and from Malabar in the west to the slopes of the Eastern Ghats in the east. Today Mysore is the name of a city in Karnataka, and Dindigul is in Tamil Nadu, and Malabar is a part of Kerala. source: twitter.com Tipu's father, Hyder Ali, never dreamed of becoming the king of Mysore. At that time, Mysore was ruled by the Wodeyar family, and Hyder was a soldier. But the Wodeyar rule came to an end due to fighting amongst themsel...
Doctor Shankar Dayal Sharma: 9th President Of India

Doctor Shankar Dayal Sharma: 9th President Of India

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Doctor Shankar Dayal Sharma was elected the ninth President of India. He was a well-known freedom fighter, well-intentioned administrator, and a senior politician. Regular worship with complete faith in God was a part of his daily routine. He believed that religion is the connecting element. That's why people should adopt a religion. Doctor Shankar Dayal Sharma was born on 19 August in Bhopal in the year 1918. His father was an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. Therefore his father named this son Shankar. He was educated at Agra, Allahabad, Lucknow, and Cambridge University. He received his law degree from Cambridge University, where he was elected an honorary bencher and master. In 1940, Dr. Shankar Dayal joined the membership of Congress to participate in the freedom movement. Do...
Father Kamil Bulke: Foreigner Who Is Proficient In Hindi

Father Kamil Bulke: Foreigner Who Is Proficient In Hindi

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It was October 20, 1935. A 26-year-old white boy stood in front of Bombay's Victoria Terminal railway station. That young man came to India on the same day from Belgium, a country in Europe. The purpose of his coming was to work as a missionary in a Roman Catholic Church. He was very fond of India because he had read a lot about India while living in Belgium. That's why he chose India for religious work. The name of that young man was Kamil Bulke. Later in India, he became famous as Father Kamil Bulke. Kamil Bulke's purpose was to propagate religion, but as soon as he came to India, he aimed to serve Hindi. The reason for this was that when Kamil Bulke reached Bombay, he saw that English dominated there. He also realized that people with a good eye did not look upon a Hindi speake...
Great Saint Of India: Ramanujacharya

Great Saint Of India: Ramanujacharya

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Ramanujacharya was the originator of Vedanta. He wrote his new philosophy, Vishisht Advaita Vedanta, based on Vedanta philosophy. He made the basis of his ideas on the devotional philosophy of the mystic and Bhaktimargi Alvar saints of the seventh-tenth century and the Pancharatra tradition of the South. Swami Ramtirtha: The Master Of Vedanta About 28 km from Madras, there is a village named Sripekambudur, also known as Mahabhutapuri. Devotee and learned Brahmin Keshavacharya lived in this village. His wife Kantimati was very pious and religious. On praying to God, he received a son Ratna in 1017 AD. This child was later known as Ramanujacharya. source: Ramanujacharya was intelligent since childhood. His memory power was very fast. He was also very interested in religion as hi...
Ardeshir Irani: Father Of Talkie Film

Ardeshir Irani: Father Of Talkie Film

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In the film world, the credit goes to Dadasaheb Phalke for making the first film in India. But the credit for making India speak film goes to Ardeshir Irani. He was also a writer, director, producer, actor, film distributor, film showman, and cinematographer of Indian cinema. India’s first talkie film was Alam Ara which was directed by Ardeshir Irani. In 1927, when the world’s first talkie film Jazz Singer was released in America, there was a stir. Now on the silver screen, people could see the pictures not only while walking but also speaking and singing. It was a wonder for the people of that time. source: patrika.com After America, there was a competition to make speaking films in other countries as well. Where was India also going to be behind? Many people in India started tr
Neerja Bhanot, Who Showed Indomitable Courage

Neerja Bhanot, Who Showed Indomitable Courage

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Who does not know the brave daughter of India, Neerja Bhanot?  Words fall short to narrate the tales of Neerja Bhanot’s bravery. She was a flight attendant and air hostess for Pan Am Airlines. On 5 September 1986, she was shot while saving the lives of 360 passengers on board the hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 from Mumbai to New York. For her courage and bravery, the Government of India honored her with its highest peacetime gallantry award, the Ashok Chakra. Not only India but also Pakistan and America have honored Neerja for her bravery. Neerja Bhanot was born on 7 September 1963 in Chandigarh. Her father’s name was Harish Bhanot and his mother’s name was Rama Bhanot. She was the only daughter of her parents. Neerja’s early education was done at Sacred Heart Senior Secondary