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Their Struggle For Freedom Is Incomparable: Acknowledge The Famous Freedom Fighters And Their Renowned Slogans

The desperate freedom fighter who always wanted his motherland to be free from the British Rule said, “Aaram haram hai.”

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One cannot thank enough for the sacrifice made by our freedom fighters. Regardless of how little the role they played in but their effort and their struggle is of significance. Every Indian honour and members the scarce made by the freedom fighters. Here is a list of freedom fighter whom we shall remember.

The preeminent leader of the Indian Independence movement, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He inspired the movements of civil rights and freedom across the nation and had the path of independence. 

Mahatma Gandhi always believed in “Do or Die.”

  • Bal Gangadhar Tilak

The Indian Nationalist, Journalist, Teacher, Social reformer, Lawyer and an Independence Activist; Bal Gangadhar Tilak was the first leader of the Indian Independence Movement. He was also called as “Father of the Indian unrest” by the British colonial authorities. He was also bestowed with the title “Lokmanya”, which means “accepted by the people as their leader.”

Bal Gangadhar Tilak is famous for his quote in Marathi, “स्वराज्य हा माझा जन्मसिद्ध हक्क आहे आणि ते मी मिळवणारच” which meant “Swarajya is my birthright and I shall have it.”

  • Bhagat Singh

Bhagat Singh was considered to be the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian Independence movement. He was involved in the murder of John Saunders, a British Police Officer. The police tried to capture him, however, he was not arrested. Later, he demanded equal political rights for both Indian and British political prisoners. 

Bhagat Singh’s slogan “Inqlaab Zindabad” became the rallying cries of the independence struggle and motivated the youth of India.

  • Jawaharlal Nehru

The first Prime Minister of independent India. He developed as the vital pioneer of the Indian Independence Movement under the tutelage of Mahatma Gandhi. He governed India from its foundation as an independent country in 1947 until his passing in office in 1964.

The desperate freedom fighter who always wanted his motherland to be free from the British Rule said, “Aaram haram hai.”

  • Subhash Chandra Bose

Subhash Chandra Bose was recognised as Netaji. He was the founder of the Indian National Army. He encouraged the youth of India to participate in the fight to achieve freedom for their nation. He was the person who propelled a large number of youthful personalities to set out their lives for the country.

He motivated the people with his slogan, “Tum Muje Khoon Do, Mai Tumhe Azadi Dunga.”

  • Muhammad Iqbal

A famous poet, politician, philosopher and a remarkable academic are what Muhammad Iqbal was. He served as the barrister in British India.He utilised  poetry and songs to spread political mindfulness among the individuals. 

He was the one who gave us the song “Sare Jahan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara” which later on was developed into a slogan to promote the feeling of patriotism amongst the youth. 

  • Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

The Indian journalist and activist, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was known to personify India as goddess and mother in his poem during the Indian National Movement. 

“Vande Mataram” was written by him and later on it has been converted into a song by Rabindranath Tagore. At present, the first stanza of the Indian National Song has been adopted from his poem. 

  • Chandrashekhar Azad

Chandrashekhar Azad had an incredibly progressive philosophy as for the freedom movement. He was well known among the majority by his self-taken name "Azad". Azad joined the freedom struggle at his youth and took part in various brutal movements. Azad pledged to liberate the country from the grasp of the British.

The slogan he gave, “Ab bhi jiska khoon nahi khaula khoon nahi vo paani hai, jo desh ke kaam na aaye vo bekaar jawani hai” lit the spirit to fight for the freedom of the country.

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Pritika Khanna

The author is Intern with BW Businessworld

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