Chandra Shekhar Azad: An Immortal Revolutionary of India
Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd - 128 pages
Chandra Shekhar Azad is a matchless and rare personality of the revolutionary movement in India. Though born in a family in the grip of stark poverty and deprivation, he considered personal interests negligible and made freedom of the motherland the objective of his life.
He went to Benares to study Sanskrit but plunged himself in the freedom struggle of the country at an adolescent age. From here his revolutionary life started. He strongly believed that the pleasures of life and revolution were totally different paths. He did not allow the strength of his character to waver even at in the face of adverse circumstances. The police of the British government failed to arrest him in Kakori train dacoity and Saunders' murder cases despite numerous attempts and finally he proved his name Azad by attaining martyrdom in a clash with police.
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