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The content of Bhagvad Geeta is too big to happen in mid of the battlefield. This book is a really interesting read.
This book is written by Lala Lajpat Rai on life of Chatrpati Shivaji to bust myth spread by authors that no brave warrior was ever born in Hindu society. If Hindu religion is alive in India, then it is because of kind heartedness. Lala Lajpat Rai busted that myth in this book. He said that Hindu religion is alive because numberless Hindu warriors protected the Hindu religion with their blood. They were confined to big cities. Shivaji was born in time of Muslim dominance.
He fought bravely with Muslim oppressors with help of thousands of brave warriors. Muslims were afraid to enter his territory. This book is really helpful in understanding history of India. In government schools and collages Shri Krishna is depicted as a person of low moral values. He is depicted as a womanizer.
Lala Lajpat Rai Biography
Lala Lajpat Rai contrasted it with fact that he is creator of great book known as Bhagwad Geeta. How can that person be a womanizer? The answer Lala Lajpat Rai found was that Muslims and British authors hated Hindu religion and therefore they started propagating that Shri Krishna was a womanizer and person of low moral values. This was to break faith of Hindus in their gods. They propagated that Hindus are worshiping wrong people and they should instead start worshiping Allah or Jesus Crist. Lala Lajpat Rai described life of Shri Krishna with help of historical writings and shown historical errors in version in which he is depicted as being a womanizer.
This book is a must read for every Hindu. Hindustan Books Discovering the lost knowledge of rich Indian history. Du Bois and Fredrick Douglass. He had petitioned the Foreign affiars committee of Senate of American Parliament giving a vivid picture of maladministration of British Raj in India, the aspirations of the people of India for freedom amongst many other points strongly seeking the moral support of the international community for the attainment of independence of India.
The page petition which was prepared overnight was discussed in the U. Senate during October During World War I, Lajpat Rai lived in the United States, but he returned to India in and in the following year led the special session of the Congress Party that launched the non-co-operation movement. He was imprisoned from to and elected to the legislative assembly on his release.
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In , the British government set up the Commission , headed by Sir John Simon , to report on the political situation in India. The Indian political parties boycotted the Commission, because it did not include a single Indian in its membership, and it met with country-wide protests. When the Commission visited Lahore on 30 October , Lajpat Rai led non-violent march in protest against it.
The protest was with the words "Simon go back" and black flags. The superintendent of police, James A. Scott, ordered the police to lathi baton charge the protesters and personally assaulted Rai. He did not fully recover from his injuries and died on 17 November of a heart attack.
Doctors thought that Scott's blows had hastened his death. Saunders, an Assistant Superintendent of Police. This case of mistaken identity did not stop Bhagat Singh and his fellow-members of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association from claiming that retribution had been exacted. Lajpat Rai was a heavyweight veteran leader of the Indian Nationalist Movement , Indian independence movement , Hindu reform movements and Arya Samaj, who inspired young men of his generation and kindled latent spirit of patriotism in their hearts with journalistic writings and lead-by-example activism.
Young men, such as Chandrasekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh , were driven to sacrifice their lives for the freedom of their Motherland following Rai's example. Lala Lajpat Rai was also head of the "Lakshmi Insurance Company," and commissioned the Lakshmi Building in Karachi , which still bears a plaque in remembrance of him. Lakhsmi Insurance Company was merged with Life Insurance Corporation of India when en masse nationalisation of Life Insurance business happened during In , Lajpat Rai established a trust in her memory to build and run a tuberculosis hospital for women, reportedly at the location where his mother, Gulab Devi, had died of tuberculosis in Lahore.
Now the Gulab Devi Memorial hospital is one of the biggest hospital of present Pakistan which services over patients at a time as in patients. Erected in the early 20th century, a statue of Lajpat Rai at Lahore, was later moved central square in Shimla after the partition of India. P Gupta and B. Further, there are several roads named after him in numerous metropolis and other towns of India. Along with founding Arya Gazaette as its editor, he regularly contributed to several major Hindi, Punjabi, English and Urdu newspapers and magazines.
He also authored the following published books. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see The Lion of Punjab disambiguation. Dhudike , Punjab , British India. Lahore , Punjab , British India. See also: Ghadar Party. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retrieved 13 October Punjabi University. Social Scientist. History of Sirsa Town. Pakistan Today.
The collected works of Lala Lajpat Rai / editor, B.R. Nanda.
Retrieved 15 October Servants of the People Society. Retrieved 27 May VK Publications. December The Partition of India. History For Class Cbse. Journal of South Asian Literature. Bhagat Singh. Diamond Pocket Books. The Jail Notebook and Other Writings.
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LeftWord Books. The martyr: Bhagat Singh experiments in revolution. Har-Anand Publications. Archived from the original on 15 October Young India.