Essay on freedom fighter lost in freedom struggle

Little did we know how many people slept on the brink of death to get a glimpse of the freedom we all enjoy today. The walls of this freedom palace still chant the names of the heroes on whose sacrifices it is based. There are many freedom fighters whose names have been shown to be incapable of revealing the pages of history, but these small efforts of ours today will let you know about some of the personalities who quietly did what they did for this country. Maybe no one can do it even by hitting the drums.

Long essay on anonymous freedom fighters in Hindi freedom struggle

1350 word essay

Preface

Many patriots born on Indian soil, laughing and playing, make sacrifices in the name of the country. The soil of India has given birth to such brave sons that their life story is not just a story but a complete stage in itself. The immense love of those brave sons for the country still inspires them to die for the country. His love for the country assures us of his patriotism.

Some anonymous freedom fighters in India

Here we read about some of the great freedom fighters whose names are lost somewhere in those freedom struggles-

  • Tara Rani Srivastava (Tara Rani Srivastava)

Born in Bihar’s Patna Saran district, Tara Rani Srivastava was married at a very young age to the famous freedom fighter Phulendu Babu. On August 12, 1942, Phulendu Babu and his men left for Sivan police station. Tara Rani was leading with Fulandu Babu.

Seeing the crowd coming, the police started raining batons on them, even after that the crowd did not stop and the police opened fire and Phulendu Babu was shot and injured. Even then, Tara Rani loved the freedom of the country more than her husband’s life and she walked towards the police station carrying the flag. She had lost him when she approached her injured husband after waving the flag at the Sivan police station.

  • Birsa Munda (Birsa Munda)

Birsa Munda was born on 15 November 1875 in the village of Ulihatu in the Khunti district of Jharkhand. In 1894, he started a movement against the British for tax exemption, which led to his imprisonment in Hazaribagh Jail for two years in 1895. Between 1897 and 1900 there were several wars between Munda and the British. In 1898 a war broke out between Munda and the British in which Birsa was victorious but later the British arrested several tribal leaders. Birsa was arrested by the British on March 3, 1900 and poisoned to death on June 9, 1900.

  • Lakshmi Sehgal (Lakshmi Sehgal)

Lakshmi Sehgal was born on 24 October 1914 in a Tamil family. He took part in the boycott movement for foreign goods started by Mahatma Gandhi. During World War II, she joined Subhash Chandra Bose’s ‘Azad Hind Fauj’. Due to his activism and loyalty in the Rani Regiment of the Azad Hind Fauj, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel.

He was arrested on 4 March 1946 after the defeat of the Azad Hind Fauj in World War II. Shortly after his release from prison, he dedicated his life to serving the people. He died of a heart attack on July 23, 2012.

  • Binoy Badal Dinesh Trikut (Binoy Badal Dinesh Trikut)

Binoy Basu, Badal Gupta and Dinesh Gupta are the three heroes who entered the British base and killed the British. In those days the British chief of all the districts of Bengal, N.S. s was Simpson. He had tortured the prisoners and hated the Indians. These three Mother India heroes planned to end Simpson’s tyranny. And under that plan, the trio decided to break into the Writers’ Building and attack.

As planned, the men stormed the building and opened fire, killing Simpson and several other English officers. When the trio came out of the building to flee after the attack, the administration standing outside caught the trio. Upon capture, Badal ingested potassium cyanide, and Binoy and Badal shot themselves.

  • Matangini Hazra (Matangini Hazra)

Born in East Bengal, Matangini Hazra was born on 19 October 1870 A.D. Due to poverty, she married a 62-year-old widower at the age of 12. After her husband’s death, she moved into a hut. And spent her time in the service of the villagers. Once in 1932, when the procession of the freedom movement led by Gandhiji passed by Matangini’s house, she greeted the procession with the sound of conch shells with Bengali customs and walked with the procession.

His love for his country imprisoned him in his old age. Anderson reached Matangini Court on 17 January 1933 in protest of Tamluk and was arrested by the police and imprisoned in Murshidabad for 6 months. Matangini also played a major role in the Quit India Movement of 1942.

Matangini had prepared 5,000 people from village to village for the rally to be held on September 2. According to the plan, all the people reached the government post bungalow, seeing the crowd, the police started firing in which one bullet hit Mantagini in the left hand, he took the flag in the other hand before falling but then another bullet hit him in the right hand and then the third bullet hit his forehead Slept.

  • Senapati Bapat (Senapati Bapat)

Bapat’s full name is Pandurang Mahadev Bapat. Bapat was born on 12 November 1880 in Parner, Maharashtra. Bapat had received a high standard of education and had spread the banner of his knowledge in London. After giving birth to a son, Bapat dared to give the first meal to Harijans on November 1, 1914. He spent almost half of his working life in prison, including black water and other punishments. On 15th August 1947, on Independence Day, Bapat was honored to fly the tricolor in the city of Pune. Senapati Bapat passed away on 28th November 1967.

  • Maulvi Liaquat Ali

Maulvi Liaquat Ali was born in Allahabad. As soon as he came to power, he started increasing his power by appointing his close ones in the tehsils. Liaquat Ali wanted to fully assert his authority over the fort, he had also made all the preparations, but at the same time on 6 June Colonel Neil arrived with his huge army. Liaquat Ali’s forces attacked the fort but only succeeded in looting weapons. Liaquat Ali had to retreat in the face of Colonel Neil’s huge army. After Liaquat Ali had to flee, Colonel Neil attacked Khusrobagh again on 17 June.

Liaquat Ali left for Kanpur with his troops. On reaching Fatehpur, he had to face Colonel Neil’s army marching towards Prayag, where Liaquat Ali’s army fought tirelessly. Liaquat Ali fought a fierce battle with Nana Saheb, the leader of the rebellion in Kanpur, but he had to face defeat. Somehow, hiding from Kanpur, Liaquat Ali reached Mumbai where he changed his form and started living. But in 1871, 14 years later, a spy handed him over to the British. He died on 17 March 1881 while serving his sentence in Kalapani.

Conclusion

Today, even though many years have passed since independence, it is our duty to know about all the great souls who sacrificed their lives for this country. We should learn from them that no work in life should be done for fame or popularity but for the success of that work. There are many names that you need to know about Gandhi, Bhagat Singh or Nehru.

Frequently Asked Questions: Frequently Asked Questions

Question 1 – Who raised the first voice against the British?

Answer: Mangal Pandey first revolted against the British on March 29, 1857.

Question 2 – Who killed the British officer in Jallianwala Bagh massacre?

Answer: General Dyer was shot dead by Udham Singh on March 13, 1940.

Question 3 – Who founded the Azad Hind Fauj and when?

Answer: In 1943, Rush Bihari Bose, with the help of Japan, established the Azad Hind Fauj in Tokyo.

Question 4 – What was the longest independence movement in India?

Answer: The revolution of 1857 is called the longest movement in India as it lasted for almost two years.

Question 5 – What was the last independence movement of India?

Answer: The Quit India Movement was the last major movement in the Indian independence movement.

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