Bundel Harbolon Ke Munh Humne Suni Kahani Thi; Khoob Ladi Mardaani woh toh Jhansi Wali Rani Thi.
The year 1962 was remembered as the litmus test of the Indian Army.
He was widely popular to introduce sound and colour to the Indian Cinema.
Dutt along with Bhagat Singh threw bombs in the central assembly, to protest the Trade Disputes Bill and Public Safety Bill introduced by the British government to curtail working class politics in India.
Lala Lajpat Rai is remembered for his role during the Swadeshi movement and for his advocacy of education.
There has also been a poet in Urdu who has used satire as an antidote in his poetry. There is as much humor in the Sher of Akbar Allahabadi, as much as there is a sharp sarcasm of sarcasm.
In 1931, she moved back to England and permanently settled there, visiting India during winters. She died on July 6, 1954 at 88. Cornelia was unmarried.
Apart from his first poetry collection “Chakravyuh”, which is considered a landmark in Hindi literature, his other works including “Atmajaya”, “Apne Samne”, “Koi Dusra Nahi”, and “In Dinon” put him on the forefronts of the literary world.
Vinoba Bhave was born to a Maharashtrian family in a village called Gagode (in present-day Raigad) on 11 September 1895.
Gajanan Madhav ‘Muktibodh’ was born in Sheopur (Shivpuri) District Morena, Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh).
Maharaja Ranjit Singh was the mighty leader of the Sikh Empire that lasted for nearly 40 years
Akbar took a keen interest in coinage. He was very inspired by the currency reforms of Sher Shah Suri and carried them forward under his rule.
Jatin Das was a real Hero of India’s freedom struggle. He refused to surrender. He never ever wrote an apology letter like RSS people.
Isaac Singer made an impact on the growing sewing market when he developed a lockstitch sewing machine in 1850.
His short life was a constant struggle against oppression and inhumanity.
On RK Laxman’s 100th birth anniversary, here are some facts about him. Remembering RK Laxman Who Turned The Common Man’ Into Extraordinary Work of Art.
He was a great scholar, socialist, and Indian Independence activist. A man of courage, he belonged to the Islamic family hailed from Barabanki District of United Provinces (Uttar Pradesh).
His evolutionary tale ran parallel to the life and times of his party, the most defining political force of 20th century India. It was struggle, liberation, power, absolute power, decline, and stagnation.
Captain Lakshmi Sahgal was Minister of Women’s Affairs in the Azad Hind government formed by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose in exile.