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Tales Of The Heroes

Young Bhaskar | Jan 20, 2017, 16:43 IST

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Tales Of The Heroes
With the Republic Day approaching, we were wondering if there’s anything that you haven’t read in your history book, about India’s freedom struggle. Hop on to read the inspiring tales of few Indian freedom fighters.
Netaji Subhashchandra Bose
He was the one who built the Azad Hind Fauj organisation. Once Netaji appeared for a written examination for a job. He saw the question paper and got furious. One of the translation question in it read, ‘Indian soldiers are generally dishonest’. He immediately expressed his dissent. He said to the invigilator, ‘It is impossible to answer this. The invigilator replied, “Whoever refuses to answer, will not be able to get the job.” Netaji angrily said, “I would rather die of hunger, instead of bearing false allegations against my countrymen.”
Lal Bahdur Shastri
hastriji was the 2nd PM of India. The story is of the time when Shastriji was in prison. No one was permitted to meet prisoners. After immense persuasion, the prison authority permitted Shastri’s wife, Lalitagauri to meet him. The guards allowed her without scrutinising. She gave him two mangoes which she had brought secretly and said to him, ‘I know you like mangoes very much, that is why, I have brought them for you.’ He said, ‘You shouldn't have done this. The security guards trusted you to come without scrutinising, but you broke their trust.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
Bapu was the pre-eminent leader of the Indian Independence movement. He once stole some money from his father’s coat and regretted it. He then wrote a confession letter and handed it over to his dad waiting for a severe punishment. His father wept while reading the letter and took a promise from Bapu, that he would never do it again. Gandhiji kept his promise and never did this again. This helped him in adopting the
policy of non-violence and honesty.

Bhagat Singh
He was one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian Independence movement. He always dreamed of seeing India as a free nation. He left school, because there was an air to boycott government-aided institutions. At the age of 12, he saw the Jallianwala Baug massacre, which made him a determined child to free India. For his anti British acts, he was hanged at the mere age of 23.
Jawaharlal Nehru
The first PM of India, Jawaharlal Nehru was raised in a rich family. He studied law in England, but quit practice and joined the freedom struggle. Once while traveling in train, Nehruji overheard British General taking pleasure over the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. Upon hearing the general’s words, Nehruji vowed to fight against the British. And this incident changed the course of his life.
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