The Revolutionaries: Shed Their Blood for India’s Independence (Part-1)
As the nation celebrates “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, Justice S N Aggarwal takes a detailed and fact-based look on the contributions of the revolutionaries in India’s independence. Their contributions were not only forgotten but the governments that took over after 1947 relegated them to back-burners, often dismissing their contributions as not having any impact on India’s independence. But, as the meticulously collected and documented facts in this book – The Revolutionaries-Part-1 – show these revolutionaries not only performed daring feats against all odds and bore the torture of British government. They also laid their lives without a frown on their heads to liberate their motherland. From the War of Indian Independence to Kuka (Namdhari Movement), to Vasudeo Balwant Phadke, Birsa Munda. From Chapekar Brothers to Shyamji Krishna Varma, Lal-Bal-Pal, and Bengal Revolutionaries. From the Cellular Jail, Editors of Swarajya, V D Savarkar, Delhi Conspiracy Case 1912, to Lala Har Dayal, Supreme Sacrifices of Ghadr Patriots, Jallianwala Bagh Tragedy, Shaheed Udham Singh, and Kakori Conspiracy Case, besides many others, the book recounts the tales of these brave patriots, who were relegated to the backburner of our history books.