Chandrasekhar Azad

Chandrasekhar Azad


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Chandrasekhar Azad Biography

Chandrasekhar Azad, the great and popular freedom fighter of the Indian freedom struggle, was born on July 23, 1906 at a place called Bhabra in Jhabua district of Madhya Pradesh. His father's name was Pandit Sitaram Tiwari and mother's name was Jagdani Devi. His father was honest, self-respecting, courageous and firm in word. This is the quality Chandrasekhar inherited from his father.
Chandrashekhar Azad, the revolutionary who sacrificed for the independence of the country, was sentenced to 15 whips when he first came under the captivity of the British. His passion for independence was such that he kept whipping on the back and kept on announcing Vande Mataram. Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted for him. His personality was something like this. Let us know some things related to Chandrashekhar Azad here that you may not know

The path of revolution chosen from the age of 14

Chandrasekhar Azad was born on this day i.e. 23 July 1906. He was born in Bhabra in Alirajpur district of Madhya Pradesh. In 1920, at the age of 14, Chandrasekhar Azad was associated with the non-cooperation movement of Gandhiji.
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Chandrasekhar Azad went to Benaras at the age of 14 and studied in a Sanskrit school there. There he contributed to the law-breaking movement. In the years 1920–21, he was associated with Gandhiji's non-cooperation movement. They were arrested and presented before the judge. Where he named his name 'Azad', father's name 'Freedom' and 'Jail' as his residence.

He was sentenced to 15 whips. With the blow of every whip, he raised the voice of 'Vande Mataram' and 'Mahatma Gandhi ki Jai'. After this, he was publicly called Azad. Bhabra, the birthplace of the revolutionary Chandrashekhar Azad, is now known as 'Azadnagar'.

When the revolutionary movement erupted, Azad pulled in and joined the 'Hindustan Socialist Army'. Azad, under the leadership of Ramprasad Bismil, took an active part in the Kakori Conspiracy (1925) and escaped by throwing dust in the eyes of the police.

On 17 December 1928, Chandrashekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh and Rajguru surrounded the office of the Superintendent of Police in Lahore in the evening and as J.P. When Sanders got out on a motorcycle with his bodyguard, Rajguru fired the first bullet, which hit Sanders' forehead and fell down from the motorcycle. Then Bhagat Singh went ahead and fired 4-6 bullets and cooled him down completely. When the bodyguard of Sanders chased him, Chandrasekhar Azad also eliminated him with his bullet.
Not only this, but in Lahore, places were glued, on which it was written - Lala Lajpat Rai's death has been avenged. His move was well appreciated by the revolutionaries of all India.

"I am free, I will be free and I will die free" was the slogan of Chandrashekhar Azad, the great revolutionary freedom fighter of the country who sacrificed his life for India's independence. Chandrashekhar Azad became a martyr while fighting against the British at the age of 24 who is dreaming of life for the youth.

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