The country attained independence after hundreds of leaders including Gandhiji pledged their life and involved in various movements and the Quit India Movement held in 1942 forced the Britishers to quit the country. Today’s generation should understand the amount of patriotism involved in such movements which should be an eye-opener to them, Amit said.
‘Free India’ was a dream of all Indians under the British rule. Everyone during that rule fought in some way or the other with a common aim of ending British and other colonial authorities in India. After a century of revolutions, struggle, blood shedding, battles and sacrifices, India finally achieved independence on August 15, 1947.
India was free in 1947 from the British Empire but the country lost many men and women who were filled with undaunted courage and spirit of patriotism. Today, they are known as freedom fighters because they sacrificed their lives for their motherland.
Indian freedom fighters with their true spirit and undaunted courage had faced various tortures, exploitations and hardships to earn us freedom.
He had sacrificed his time, money and family for our Independence. We were not even born to know the aura of a Gandhi at his time. Today after enjoying 60 years of Independence, we are daring to speak against the man who sacrificed everything for the betterment of his nation.
While the whole world observes 14th February as Valentines Day, not many Indians remember that the day was also when the Indian freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were hanged to death by the Britishers in Lahore, Pakistan.
Bhagat Singh and his companions were known for their passion for the freedom of their country. Bhagat, at a very young age had sacrificed his family life and left home to fight for freedom of India. On 14th February 1931, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were hanged by British. The people who had witnessed the event had no fear of death in...