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Let's Remember The Unsung Heroes of India On This Republic Day

Republic Day in India, celebrated on January 26th, commemorates the adoption of the 1950 Constitution, involving patriotic events, parades, and ceremonies across the nation

Republic Day

Bhagat Singh, a symbol of revolutionary fervour, used acts of rebellion to confront British injustice. His early execution powered India's independence movement

Bhagat Singh

Sarojini Naidu, known as the Nightingale of India, was a poet, suffragist, and freedom fighter whose powerful speeches inspired millions to join the fight

Sarojini Naidu

Khudiram Bose, a Bengali revolutionary, fought against British rule at the age of 18, his selfless act remains an inspiration for future generations

Khudiram Bose

Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, also known as Bacha Khan, was a staunch advocate of nonviolence, demonstrating that nonviolent tactics could potentially lead to independence

Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan

Usha Mehta's underground radio broadcasts played a crucial role in spreading the independence message during the Quit India Movement, uniting the people

Usha Mehta

Birsa Munda, a Jharkhand tribal leader, led the Munda uprising against British land and forest exploitation, significantly impacting the Indian independence movement

Birsa Munda

Begum Hazrat Mahal's heroic actions during the 1857 Indian Rebellion demonstrated her resilience against the British East India Company

Begum Hazrat Mahal

Matangini Hazra, a fearless independence fighter, actively participated in the Quit India Movement, showcasing the resilience of women in the fight for independence

Matangini Hazra

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