“Desh hit paida huye hai
Desh par mar jayenge
Marte marte desh ko
Zinda magar kar jayenge”
A “Pandit” who contributed his Blood and emotions to the Nation. He sacrificed his life to liberate the ‘Bharat and Bharatvasi’.
We are living in a democratic country where we talk about our rights and duties but what about our ancestors? Who's contribution are enjoying by us.
Yes, I am talking about the Freedom Fighters of India who earned the liberation of billions of Indian’s from the Cruel Britishers. There are many names in the history of Freedom Fighters and I am feeling honored to write about one such Brahmin, the Pandit Ram Prashad Bismil.
Pandit Ram Prashad is the name in the Indian history of Independence who can’t be blotted out from the memory of our truly Indian. He was the man who started his life under the ruling of Britishers as he was born on 11th June 1897 in Shahjahanpur, the North-Western Province in British India. I want to salute the parents for giving such a Living Lion to the nation, the Father's name was Murlidhar and the mother was Moolvati. They belonged to the Brahmin family and at an early age, he learned the teachings from his father.
He was also well versed in the Urdu language and English language that’s why he was known as the multilingual translator. He went to the English medium school also instead of his father’s disapproval, he was also having a poetic nature and he was famous for his patriotic writings including poems and lines, he also used to write many books and journals as
‘Manipuri’s Pratigya’ was a famous poem, that made him popular.
He was the man of whom every single inch of the body, the freedom of revolutionary spirit was reverberating. In just 30 years of lifespan, he earned the immemorable name in the heart of true patriots of the Nation.
At an early age, he joined the ‘Arya Samaj’ founded by Dayanand Saraswati in 1875. This period of his life was the starting of his journey as a Freedom fighter. He used his writings against the imperialist forces. The idea of the revolution first took place when he read about the death sentence awarded to the Arya Samaj missionary Bhai Parmanand.
Pandit feels the agony of the sentence to the Parmanand and he transformed it in the form of the poem named ‘Mera jam.
Pandit Ram Prashad Bismil had contrary thoughts to Mahatma Gandhi who used to walk in the path of Non-Violence called ‘Ahinsa’. On the other hand, the thoughts of Pandit were different and he used to believe that freedom can’t be achieved without violence. And also he live 30 years of life in the same belief.
My words are not enough to describe such a Revolutionary Person. He was not only a man but, a man equal to Hundred Lions. He was a good scholar and has written many good writings in Hindi, Urdu, and the English language.
In my opinion, the period that has been sacrificed by Pandit was memorable and I also agree with the belief and thoughts of Bislim, and whatever he did in his life to achieve freedom was a commendable and immemorable action in the form of kakori, and Manipur Conspiracy. I also believe that the major part of the real struggle in terms of freedom was invested by all the Krantikari groups.
at the age of 30 years, he left his body for the Nation and earned the Name of 'Truly MYRTR' But, his spirit is still alive in my heart including the many others patriot. I request the government to aware the people about such a Fighter so that the spirit lives on.
Famous words by Pandit who immortalized the poem
“Sarfaroshi Ki Tammanna Jo Hamare Dil Me Hai
Dekna Hai Jor Kitna Bajuve katil Me Hai”......
With these words, I am stopping my pen having a large pain in my heart.
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