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#TarakanathDas – Story of another unrecognized freedom fighter.
Taraknath was born on 15/06/1884 at Bengal.
When he was 16, he wrote an essay about Patriotism in a competition and the judge "Barrister P.Mitter" was highly impressed with the quality..
He ensured Taraknath join ImageImage
#AnushilanSamithi for which he was one of the founder.
Similar to celebrating Shivaji Festival at Maharashtra, Taraknath started to celebrate festival of #RajaSitaramRay, a Hindu King who dared the British for years.
In the year 1906, during festival celebrations, #BhaghaJatin
#Taraknath #ShirishchandraSen #Satyendrasen met and came to an understanding which was kept as a secret for decades.
What they discussed in 1906 was finally relieved by Taraknth himself in 1952 when he came back to Bharat & attended a rally in honour of Bhagha Jatin.
Along with
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He asserted—perhaps only poetically—that trees could grieve, suffer poverty, steal, assist others, form friendships, and sacrifice themselves for their children
Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose and Vedantic Science.
"There will soon rise a Temple of Learning where the
teacher cut off from worldly distractions would go on with his ceaseless pursuit after truth, and dying, hand on his work to his disciples".
Nothing would seem laborious in his inquiry; never is he to lose sight of his quest, never is he to let it go obscured by any
terrestrial temptation. For he is the Sanyasin spirit, and India is the only country where so far from there being a conflict between science and religion, knowledge is regarded as religion itself.
In a 1916 address at Benares Hindu University, Bose called attention to the
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Veergatha of Kanhoji Angre – The Undisputed and Undefeated Sea Hawk.

Remembering #KanhojiAngre, the Admiral of Maratha Navy who remained undefeated till his last breath.

In the 1700s, one man antagonized the European powers, and insisted on the Maratha Empire’s rights to "SAMUDRATLA SHIVAJI" Kanhoji Angre
taxation and sovereignty over Maharashtra’s coast. He was Kanhoji Angre, the head of the Maratha navy.
The first important naval figure in modern Bharat, Angre managed to maintain an unquestionable hold over a heavily disputed stretch of coastline throughout the early decades
of the 18th century. At its peak in 1729, Angre’s Maratha fleet held a mere 80 ships, many of them little more than overgrown fishing boats engineered by the local kolis (fisher folk) who populated his domain. Yet with the combination of that modest fleet and an unsurpassed
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Bharata Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.
His Legacy Is Known To Many, So, With A Brief Introduction, I Will Take You To His 1920 Biography #ReconstructingIndia.

Sir M V has left a legacy in such a way that, almost every Bharatiya today is enjoying something which he


If You Start Counting The Contributions Of 1 Single Person For A Country, Then Sir MV Will Be #DhruvaNakshatra.
From Establishing Banks To Building Dams To Initiating Huge Industries Like HAL, NAL, MSIL, VSIL, HMT, ITI.
From Shivanasamudra to Linganamakki.

Sanskrit Parishat to Kannada Parishat to Engineering Colleges to Polytechnic’s.
The Credit for the Initiative For Higher Education Institutes Like IITs belongs to this Great Man.
#ReConstructingIndia Written By The Earliest Recepient of Bharata Ratna.
His Eagerness To See
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