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Article: UNSUNG FREEDOM FIGHTERS OF INDIA

UNSUNG FREEDOM FIGHTERS OF INDIA
Bhagat singh

UNSUNG FREEDOM FIGHTERS OF INDIA

India's independence was achieved through the sacrifices and efforts of numerous unsung heroes whose contributions remain lesser-known. These hidden gems played pivotal roles in the freedom struggle, and their stories deserve recognition alongside well-known figures like Bhagat Singh. Here are a few such unsung freedom fighters:

  1. Thirupur Kumaran: Thirupur Kumaran, also known as Kumarasamy Mudaliyar, was a pivotal figure in India's independence struggle. Born on October 4, 1904, in Chennimalai, he founded the Desa Bandhu Youth Association and actively protested British rule. His sacrifice on January 11, 1932, during a peaceful march along the Noyyal River, holding the Indian Nationalists’ banner despite a police attack, earned him the title "Kumaran who protected the flag."


  2. Matangini Hazra: Matangini Hazra (1870–1942) was a brave Indian freedom fighter who met her end defiantly in front of the Tamluk Police Station, shot by British Indian police. Revered as "Gandhi buri" or "old woman Gandhi" in Bengali, she symbolized the courageous spirit of the independence movement.


  3. Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay (1903–1988) was a renowned Indian freedom fighter and social reformer. Her efforts in the independence movement, along with her pioneering work in revitalizing Indian handicrafts, handlooms, and theater, made her a pivotal figure in India's socio-economic transformation. She also made history as the first woman from Madras to contest elections, paving the way for future female leaders.


  4. Khudiram Bose: Khudiram Bose (1889–1908) was a revolutionary from Bengal Presidency who fiercely opposed British rule. Alongside Prafulla Chaki, he was involved in the Muzaffarpur Conspiracy Case, attempting to assassinate British Judge Douglas Kingsford. Khudiram's sacrifice, hanged at just 18 years old, marked a poignant moment in India's struggle for independence. BUY KHUDIRAM BOSE T-SHIRTS HERE!


  5. Peer ALI Khan: Peer Ali Khan (1812–1857) was a valiant Indian revolutionary who played a crucial role in the 1857 independence movement. A skilled bookbinder, he clandestinely delivered crucial materials to freedom fighters and orchestrated anti-British campaigns. Khan’s ultimate sacrifice, publicly executed alongside 14 other rebels by Commissioner William Tayler on July 7, 1857, remains a testament to his unwavering commitment to India's freedom struggle.

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| FREEDOM | BHAGAT SINGH | FREEDOM FIGHTERS | INEDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT | INDEPENDENCE | KHUDIRAM BOSE | PEER ALI KHAN | KAMALADEVI CHATTOPADHYAY | MATANGINI HAZRA | THIRUPUR KUMARAN |

~Mimansa Sharma

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