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Some Inspirational Biographies That Will Motivate You towards Patriotism

You are free, right? Free to go anywhere, free to express thoughts and do whatever you want. Have you ever wondered from where and how this independence came? Who has paid the price of blood & sweat to obtain this lady? Have you ever wondered who remained staunch to our Mother India, Freedom fighters?

Before 1947, India was slaved by Britishers. The credit of our independence go to these great persons who fought till the end of their lives, we owe them a universe. You should know about the people who were the reasons behind us, having a free breath right now.




If you have ever seen a picture of a person on Indian currency, then you already know who Mahatma Gandhi is. Born in Porbandar, Gujarat Mahatma Gandhi was also known as Bapu. His full name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. A law graduate from London Gandhi was an Indian leader and leader of Indian National Congress who fought against the unequal and cruel dynasty of Britishers. Gandhi started many movements and gave hand-on-hand to Britishers. Dandi march, Peace movement are some epitome of his movements. Gandhi’s teachings still flow into the air.






Enjoyed children’s day in school? Then every child and adult knows who Chacha Nehru is. Born on 14th November 1889 Nehru was the first prime minister of India and a follower of Mahatma Gandhi, under whose paramount guidance he become a leader in Indian independence movement. People call him pandit because of his origin of Kashmiri Pandit community.






Ever heard the phrase” Himmat ho to Bhagat Singh jaisi” (God grant us courage like Bhagat Singh). The bravest freedom fighter and the only one with a violent mindset. Born in 1907 in Punjab, he was one of the most influential freedom fighters of Indian independence movement. Bhagat Singh assassinated John Saunders, on the grounds of killing Lala Lajpat Rai. The later trial continued and he was hanged till death. Now he has gained popularity as Shaheed Bhagat Singh because of his infallible sacrifices towards his duty.






“Tum Mujhe Khoon do main tumhe aazadi dunga” (Give me blood and I will give you independence) Heard? This was the motto of Subhash Chandra Bose. Born on 23 January 1897, Bose has played a role of patriotic hero in India. He was also a member of Indian independence movement. His main motive was to end British rule by way of Germany Nazism and Japan imperialism




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1 Comment

  1. Swati says:

    Exactly Something I feel like reading these days -_-