Lest we forget

Sister Nivedita
Sister Nivedita

Sister Nivedita, the great Irish disciple of Swami Vivekananda, his spiritual daughter, was instrumental in cultivating Nationalistic spirit among youth in the early stages of National movement. Her spirited fight against British raj esp. Curzon, endeared her to many a great National leaders like Aurobindo, Gokhale and Rabindranath Tagore

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Sri Aurobindo
Sri Aurobindo

Aurobindo Ghosh, one of the founding fathers of the Nationalist movement who stood at the forefront of awakening the Nation and inspired the youth to take up arms against the British. Later took up a spiritual life in Pondicherry and became a realized soul

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raja-mahendra-pratap
raja-mahendra-pratap

Raja Mahendra Pratap who formed the first provisional government from Kabul during first world war and carried out extensive campaign against British rule in Europe and Asia

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Sister Nivedita
Sister Nivedita

Sister Nivedita, the great Irish disciple of Swami Vivekananda, his spiritual daughter, was instrumental in cultivating Nationalistic spirit among youth in the early stages of National movement. Her spirited fight against British raj esp. Curzon, endeared her to many a great National leaders like Aurobindo, Gokhale and Rabindranath Tagore

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A saga of the Indian Independence Movement

Pre 1857

1857-1905

1905-1920

1921-1947