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Freedom Fighters of India Indian independence is the result of the sacrifices of many freedom fighters. These freedom fighters were not born in same place nor they speak same language, most of them even may not know each other. But their heart and vision was united, which was to flew Britain away and make India an Independent nation. We are completely aware of the contributions of  Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru in Indian independence. From young ages, we used to hear the brave stories of them. But do you know about the Nightingale of the country? Do you know about…

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Subhas Chandra Bose- The leftist Congressman Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 (at 12.10 pm) in Cuttack, Orissa Division, Bengal Province, to Prabhavati Dutt Bose and Janakinath Bose, an advocate belonging to a Kayastha family. He was the ninth in a family of 14 children. His family was well to do. He was influenced by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda and Ramakrishna after reading their works at the age of 16. He felt that his religion was more important than his studies. In those days, the British in Calcutta often made offensive remarks to the Indians in public places and insulted them openly. This…

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Dr. B R Ambedkar~ The Father of Indian Constitution Dr Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (1891-1956) was born into a Mahar (‘Untouchable’/ Dalit) family. His father served in the British Indian Army at the Mhow cantonment in the Central Provinces (now in Madhya Pradesh). During his school days, being Dalit,  he was not allowed to sit inside the class. The teachers refused to touch the notebooks of him and his friends. Even they faced difficulty while drinking water as the peon who is in upper-caste pour the water to them from a height. Even Bhim and his friends have to spend the…

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Chandra Shekhar Azad A courageous freedom fighter and a fearless revolutionary, born on 23 July 1906 in Bhavra, Madya Pradesh.  His famous proclamation, ‘Dushmano Ki Goliyon Ka Saamna Hum Karenge, /Azad Hi Rahe Hain, aur Azad hi Rahenge’, which translates into ‘I will face the bullets of the enemies, I have been free and I’ll forever be free’, is exemplary of his brand of revolution. He embraced martyrdom like an old friend and inspired a fierce sense of nationalism in the hearts of his contemporaries. In December 1921, when Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi launched the Non-Cooperation Movement, Chandra Shekhar, then a 15-year-old student, joined.…

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Bhagat Singh is one of the most famous revelationary in Indian Freedom Struggle and is known as Shaheed Bhagat Singh (Shaheed means martyr). He gave a new direction to the revolutionary movement and a goal beyond the elimination of the British. A clarity of vision and determination of purpose distinguished Bhagat Singh from other leaders of his time. Born on 28 September 1907, in Lyallpur district of Panjab Province of British India (Now Pakistan).  His family was actively involved in the freedom struggle. He studied European revolutionary movement and was widely attracted to the socialism. He realised that the overthrow…

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Mangal Pandey “यह आज़ादी की लड़ाई है …ग़ुज़रे हुए कल से आज़ादी … आने वाले कल के लिए” An Indian Soldier, who plays a predominant role in the events preceding the rebellion of 1857. Born in 19th July 1857 to a Brahmin Family, Pandey joined in the Bengal Army in 1849. (5th Company of the 34th Native Infantry) The East India Company introduced reforms that were completely unfair and unjust. They made the use of bullet cartridge which were used in P-53, Enfield rifle for all soldiers. These cartridges were coated with a grease membrane that have to cut by teeth before loading. Since this membrane was extracted from…

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The Nightingale of India~ Sarojini Naidu A women who stood for Female Rights- A true inspiration for promoting Feminism in India “As long as I have life, as long as blood flows through this arm of mine, I shall not leave the cause of freedom…I am only a woman, only a poet. But as a woman, I give to you the weapons of faith and courage and the shield of fortitude. And as a poet, I fling out the banner of song and sound, the bugle call to battle. How shall I kindle the flame which shall waken you men…

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The Rani of Jhansi-Lakshmi Bhai After the death of Gangadhar Rao, King of Jhansi ( to whom, Laxmi Bahi was married in the age of 7) rani was coronated as the queen of Jhansi. The Britishers took advantage of the lack of experience of the queen and demanded the control of her kingdom. But they were wrong! Rani was strong and determined for her kingdom. Since there was no biological male heir, the kingdom was annexed to British Raj by Governor-General of India under Doctrine of Lapse. Rani adopted a son, but Lord Dalhousie did not consider Damodar Rao as…

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Best Highlights of The National Education Policy 2020 in Graduation Levels. 4-year of Undergraduate programme FYUP NEP 2020 adopted a four year  UG programme, which was earlier proposed by Dinesh Singh ( former V-C of DU) In FYUP, the conventional three-year Bachelor’s degrees will remain, there will now be a four-year “multi-disciplinary” Bachelor’s programme. Students opting for a three-year Bachelor’s programme can choose a two-year Master’s programme which could be followed by a PhD. Students opting for the four-year Bachelor’s degree with Research can go for a one-year Master’s which is expected to make students ready for a PhD programme.…

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Checkout The New Exam Pattern of The NEP 2020. The concept of exam is a terror for all, even at times we used to curse the one who invented the exam because no exams are students friendly. If you get a good score you have to maintain that score for the entire life and if you have less score you have to hear the whole people comparing you with others. Hey! the good news is..we have a hope… According to NEP 2020, school students will take exams only for Classes 3, 5, and 8. Assessment in other years will shift to…

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