Chandra Shekhar Azad - Amar Chitra Katha

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  • Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha Pvt. Ltd.
  • By : Shail Tiwari
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Edition : 2011
  • Pages :  32 pages
  • Weight : 90 gm.
  • Size : 24.2 x 17.6 x 0.4 cm
  • ISBN-10 :  8189999168
  • ISBN-13 : 978-8189999162

Description:

Chandra Shekhar Azad was a great revolutionary who lived and died for the Motherland. When Ramprasad Bismil, the leader of the Uttar Pradesh Revolutionaries, was caught and hanged by the British for his role in the Kakori conspiracy, Azad assumed the leadership.

Azad eluded the British for ten years. Together with his band of dedicated young men he fought to liberate India form the foreign rules. The activities of Azad and his associates contributed in no small measure to the awakening of the Indian masses – a task which the national leaders of the day were trying to achieve through peaceful means.

Azad had a strong physique, plenty of common sense and patriotic zeal. The British described him as a terrorist. But he considered himself a freedom fighter. Though the national leaders of the time did not approve of his cult of violence, they had great affection and regard for Azad.

Description

Specification:

  • Publisher : Amar Chitra Katha Pvt. Ltd.
  • By : Shail Tiwari
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Edition : 2011
  • Pages :  32 pages
  • Weight : 90 gm.
  • Size : 24.2 x 17.6 x 0.4 cm
  • ISBN-10 :  8189999168
  • ISBN-13 : 978-8189999162

Description:

Chandra Shekhar Azad was a great revolutionary who lived and died for the Motherland. When Ramprasad Bismil, the leader of the Uttar Pradesh Revolutionaries, was caught and hanged by the British for his role in the Kakori conspiracy, Azad assumed the leadership.

Azad eluded the British for ten years. Together with his band of dedicated young men he fought to liberate India form the foreign rules. The activities of Azad and his associates contributed in no small measure to the awakening of the Indian masses – a task which the national leaders of the day were trying to achieve through peaceful means.

Azad had a strong physique, plenty of common sense and patriotic zeal. The British described him as a terrorist. But he considered himself a freedom fighter. Though the national leaders of the time did not approve of his cult of violence, they had great affection and regard for Azad.

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