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Birth Special: Ram Prasad Bismil, Indian Revolutionary

Birth Special: Ram Prasad Bismil, Indian Revolutionary

Ram Prasad 'Bismil' (born June 11, 1897, Shahjahanpur; death - December 19, 1927 Gorakhpur) was not only the great freedom fighter of India but also of the great poet, poet, translator, multi-lingualist and literate who were of India's independence Freedom Fight, sacrificed his life for the country.

Pandit Ramprasad 'Bismil' is not an admission of any introduction. The song like 'Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna' written by him, made a place in the heart of every Indian, and he sparked a spark for the Indian independence from the British who converted the building of British rule into a labyrinth of the British rule. Under the leadership of Ram Prasad Bismil, 10 people planned to do this work under the planned action. On August 9, 1925, at a place called Kakori in Lucknow, the patriots looted the collected money from the Railway Department. He captured the guard's guard on the gun point. By breaking the iron vault in the guard box, the attackers escaped with four thousand rupees. The robbery included Ashfaqullah, Chandrashekhar Azad, Rajendra Lahiri, Sachindra Sanyal, Manmathnath Gupta, Ram Prasad Bismil, etc. The Kakori conspiracy case attracted the attention of many people. Due to this the political atmosphere of the country has become charged.

In the case of Lahore Conspiracy, the famous revolutionary brother Parmanand was hanged in 1915. Ramprasad Bismil was impressed with the thoughts of Parmanand and in his heart there was great reverence for this great patriot. Bismil's country was awakened by reading the news of this decision. At the same time, he pledged to eradicate the atrocities of the British and make continuous efforts for the independence of the motherland. Although the execution of brother Parmanand was hanged after the efforts of Mahamana Madan Mohan Malaviya and Deshbandhu Andrews, Jupiter was imprisoned, but Ramprasad Bismil remained firm on his pledge of life. After this pledge, he started a new life. Earlier he was the son of a normal middle class family, after this he was influenced by Aryasamaj and became a true satvik Aryasamaj and after this pledge his life became dedicated to the motherland. This was the first sprouting of seeds of country love in their heart. On December 19, 1927, Ram Prasad Bismil was hanged.

Related Question:-

Q.1 The Kakori Kand was led under the leadership of which revolutionary?
A. Ram Prasad Bismil
B. Chandrasekhar Azad
C. Roshan Singh
D. Lala Lajpat Rai
Ans: Ram Prasad Bismil

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