Know of Any Unsung Heroes of the Freedom Movement? Tell Us!

Know of Any Unsung Heroes of the Freedom Movement? Tell Us!
Start Date :
Aug 06, 2021
Last Date :
Aug 15, 2022
23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)

As part of the 'Bharat Ki Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' celebrations, a series of events are being organized by the Government of India to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of India’s ...

As part of the 'Bharat Ki Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' celebrations, a series of events are being organized by the Government of India to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of India’s Independence.

Through this MyGov activity, we aim to revisit history and acknowledge our local heroes whose struggles during the Freedom Movement have not received prominence in the conventional storyline. Let's raise awareness about our freedom struggle & the unsung heroes associated with it. It’s time that the contributions of fighters like Veer Gundandhur, Velu Nachiyar, Bhikaji Cama, etc. see the light of the day.

This is your chance to tell the story that must be told and honour the freedom fighters who have played an important role in making our nation free.

Share the stories with all the details and celebrate Bharat Ki Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav with us.

Submission of Entries:
• All the entries must be submitted online through www.mygov.in
• No other medium of submission will be accepted
• Share the following details while mentioning the story of our Unsung Fighter so that everybody can know more about them:
1. Name
2. Age
3. Address
4. District
5. State
6. Stories About their Contribution to Freedom Movement
7. Photos (if any)
8. Link to Videos/Audios (if any)

Let’s recognize and honour the unsung heroes of India's Independence!

The last date for the submission of entries is 15th August 2022.

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Stuti Jain 17 minutes 9 sec ago

यह मेरा भाषण सुभाष चंद्र बोस के ऊपर है आप इसे अवश्य देखिएगा धन्यवाद

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Sitanshu Kumar Khatua 2 hours 59 minutes ago

BIG SALUTE to All d UNSUNG HEROES who helped us achieve Freedom.
The Bottom line is that though their stories were soon faded, they all will remain heroes who fought for the free world we enjoy. While some stories became famous with time, some remained in the dark but that doesn’t mean that one sacrifice for the nation was less than the other. Each one of them contributed collectively in the fight for Independent India. They all are heroes, heroes whose legacies should never fade with time. As the citizens of a free India, we should never take for granted the freedom we are privileged to have. Because this privilege is the result of years-long battle of bloodshed and indiscriminate torture of those whose stories one might not even have had ever heard off.

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Shikha 14 hours 12 minutes ago

Hamen Apne krantikariyon aur Desh bhakton ke Tyag aur Balidan ka Samman karna chahie unke dwara Diye Gaye dharohar AVN Sanskar ka Sanrakshan karna chahie

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MEGHA S J KUMAR 14 hours 55 minutes ago

All those who had given their lives and fought for the freedom of India are our heroes and l salute all those heroes with great respect and admiration.

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Shivani Shukla 19 hours 12 minutes ago

Name:- Pandita Ramabai
Born: 23 April 1858, Karnataka
Died: 5 April 1922, Bombay Presidency
Full name: Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati
Pandita Ramabai’s journey from Arya Mahila Samaj to Mukti Mission was a spiritual as well as a social journey in which she invested her energy to reform conditions of the Indian women. She embraced Christianity as a faith of her choice, but never succumbed to the dogma of the religion, the Church’s authoritarianism and sectarianism. Further, she never gave up her Indian identity and remained rooted in her culture. Although she had embraced the religion of the coloniser, she remained a staunch nationalist and maintained a consistent, anti-colonial stand. In recognition of her works and dedication, the Government of India issued a commemorative stamp on 26 October 1989. A road in Mumbai, known as Pandita Ramabai Marg, is also named in her honour.Throughout her tragic life, she stood for the cause of women’s emancipation through education, self-improvement.