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    The Indian independence movement consisted of efforts by individuals and organizations from a wide spectrum of society to obtain political independence from the British, French and Portuguese rule through the use of a many methods. This is a list of individuals who notably campaigned against or are considered to have campaigned against colonial rule on the Indian sub-continent.

    Post-independence, the term "freedom fighter" was officially recognized by the Indian government for those who took part in the movement; people in this category (which can also include dependent family members)[1] receive pensions and other benefits such as Special Railway Counters.[2]


    1 List of Indian freedom fighters

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    List of Indian freedom fighters[edit]

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    Abbas Tyabji Abbas Tyabji was an Indian freedom fighter from Gujarat, and an associate of Mahatma Gandhi. He also served as the Chief Justice of Baroda State. His grandson is historian Irfan Habib.

    Abdul Bari (professor) Mahatma Gandhi stated that Bari "lived like a fakir in the service of his countrymen." Then Congress President J. B. Kripalani said, "His death has robbed India one of its bravest and most selfless soldiers of freedom.Rajendra Prasad recalled his contribution to the nation through a message dated 22 March 1948 published in Mazdur Avaz.

    Abadi Bano Begum She was a prominent voice in the Indian independence movement, mother of Mohammad Ali Jauhar and Shaukat Ali (politician). She was also known as Bi Amman.

    Abdul Qaiyum Ansari He fought for the independence of India. He fought against Jinnah's two nation theory through his All India Momin Conference of which he was the president. Mr. Ansari dedicated his life to help the underprivileged/economically backward people of India.

    Alimuddin Ahmad Underground Bengali revolutionary who provided shelter for numerous rebels and assisted them with weaponry

    Alluri Sitarama Raju He led the Rampa Rebellion of 1922

    Ahmadullah Shah Famous as Maulavi of Faizabad, famous freedom fighter and was a leader of the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Maulavi Ahmadullah Shah was known as the Lighthouse of Rebellion in Awadh region.

    Ambika Chakrabarty A revolutionary, he took part in the Chittagong armory raid.

    Amarendranath Chatterjee A revolutionary, he raised funds and took part in the Indo-German Conspiracy.

    Anant Laxman Kanhere A revolutionary assassin, he was executed by the colonial government for the murder of a British officer A. M. T. Jackson.

    Ananta Singh A revolutionary, he participated in the Chittagong armoury raid.

    Aruna Asaf Ali An educator and activist who is widely remembered for hoisting the INC flag during the Quit India Movement, 1942.

    Ashfaqulla Khan A founding member of the HRA, he was executed for taking part in the Kakori conspiracy.

    Atulkrishna Ghosh A revolutionary, he took part in the Indo-German Conspiracy.

    B. R. Ambedkar Politician who campaigned and negotiated for independence, and was pivotal in formation of the Indian Constitution.

    Badal Gupta A revolutionary, he died in an attack on police at Writers' Building.

    Bagha Jatin A founding member of Anushilan Samiti, convicted in the Howrah-Sibpur conspiracy case and a participant in the Indo-German Conspiracy.

    Baikuntha Shukla A revolutionary, he was executed for murdering a government witness.

    Bal Gangadhar Tilak [The Father of Indian Unrest] A staunch nationalist, he campaigned for complete Swaraj (self-rule).

    Bankim Chandra Chatterjee A nationalist, he wrote which inspired many activists and became the national song of India.

    Barindra Kumar Ghosh A revolutionary organizer, he was convicted in the Alipore bomb case.

    Basawon Singh An activist, he was convicted in the Lahore Conspiracy Case trial.

    Batukeshwar Dutt A Indian revolutionary participating in an armed struggle against British rule in India, he threw a bomb in the Central Assembly in 1929.

    Benoy Basu A revolutionary, he died following an attack on police at Writers' Building.

    Bhagat Singh A socialist revolutionary who worked with several revolutionary organisations and became prominent in the Hindustan Republican Association (HRA).

    Bhagwati Charan Vohra A revolutionary ideologue and bomb-maker, he wrote the article "The Philosophy of Bomb".

    Bhavabhushan Mitra Ghadar Mutiny[]

    Bhikaiji Cama Bhikaiji Cama was born in Bombay (now Mumbai) in a large, affluent Parsi Zoroastrian family.[3] While in London recovering from the plague, she met Dadabhai Naoroji, then president of the British Committee of the Indian National Congress, and for whom she came to work as private secretary. Together with Naoroji and Singh Rewabhai Rana, Cama supported the founding of Varma's Indian Home Rule Society in February 1905. She was denied re-entry to India after refusing to sign a statement pledging she would not participate in nationalist activities and, while in exile, Cama wrote, published (in the Netherlands and Switzerland) and distributed revolutionary literature for the movement, including (founded in response to the Crown ban on the poem ) and later (in response to the execution of Madan Lal Dhingra).[4] These weeklies were smuggled into India through the French colony of Pondichéry.[] On 22 August 1907, Cama attended the second Socialist Congress at Stuttgart, Germany, where she described the devastating effects of a famine that had struck the Indian subcontinent. In her appeal for human rights, equality and for autonomy from Great Britain, she unfurled what she called the "Flag of Indian Independence".[n 1]

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    ​The correct answer is Bhagat Singh.  Key Points Freedom fighter Bhagat Singh was not involved in the Kakori Train Robbery. The Kakori Train Ac

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    ​The correct answer is Bhagat Singh.

    Key Points

    Freedom fighter Bhagat Singh was not involved in the Kakori Train Robbery.

    The Kakori Train Action was a train robbery that took place at Kakori, a village near Lucknow, on 9 August 1925 during the Indian Independence Movement against the British Raj.

    The Kakori train action was organized by Hindustan Republican Association.

    The trial on the Kakori Conspiracy Case started on 21 May 1926 against 28 active members of the Hindustan Republican Association.

    The objectives of the Kakori Kand/Conspiracy were to:

    Gain funds for the HRA by taking money from the British Administration through force.

    Create a positive image of the HRA among Indians by attacking a high-profile British government target with minimum collateral damage.

    Key PointsBhagat Singh:

    Bhagat Singh was born in a Sikh family in Banga village of Faisalabad district (previously called Lyallpur), now in Pakistan's Punjab province, on 27 September 1907.

    In 1926, Bhagat Singh established the Naujavan Bharat Sabha (Youth Society of India) and joined the Hindustan Republican Association (later known as the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association).

    In December 1928, Bhagat Singh, along with Sukhdev and Rajguru, planned to avenge the death of Indian nationalist leader Lala Lajpat Rai and plotted to assassinate the Superintendent of Police James Scott in Lahore.

    In April 1929, Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt bombed the Central Assembly Hall in Delhi, and shouted the slogan of Inquilab Zindabad!”.

    Bhagat Singh was an Indian revolutionary freedom fighter who was hanged to death by British colonisers at the age of 23 years.

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    Q1: Freedom Fighter Shaheed Bhagat Singh was associated with which of the following Organisation?

    a) The Swaraj Party

    b) Indian National Congress

    c) Hindustan Socialist Republican Association

    d) Both Indian National Congress and Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA)

    Answer: Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA)Explanation: Bhagat Singh was a prominent member of the Hindustan Republican Association (HRA) and was also probably responsible, in large part, for its change of name to the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) in 1928.Q2: Whose death coincided with the launch of the non-cooperation movement in 1920?

    a) GK Gokhale b) Motilal Nehru c) Dadabhai Naoroji d) Lokmanya Tilak

    Answer: Lokmanya TilakExplanation: Lokmanya Tilak passed away on August 1, 1920, at the age of 64. His death coincides with the launch of the non-cooperation movement in India on September 4, 1920. It was a political campaign by Mahatma Gandhi to have Indians revoke their cooperation with the British Government.Q3: Which of the three freedom fighters of India were hanged to death in the Kakori Train Conspiracy in 1925?

    a) Roshan Singh, Ram Prasad Bismil and Ashfaqulla Khan

    b) Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru

    c) Sardar Udham Singh, Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan

    d) Ram Prasad Bismil, Bhagat Singh, Ashfaqulla Khan

    Answer: Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan, Roshan SinghExplanation: Ram Prasad Bismil, Ashfaqulla Khan, and Roshan Singh were hanged to death on December 19, 1927, by the British Government for their involvement in the Kakori train robbery conspiracy.Q4: Which of the Indian activists was popularly known as ‘Lokhitwadi’?

    a) Gopal Hari Deshmukh

    b) Gopal Krishna Gokhale

    c) Pherozshah Mehta

    d) Bal Gangadhar Tilak

    Answer: Gopal Hari DeshmukhExplanation: Gopal Hari Deshmukh was an Indian activist, social reformer, thinker, and a writer from Maharashtra. He composed articles on the social change in Maharashtra in the weekly paper Prabhakar using the pen name ‘Lokhitwadi’.Q5: Who wrote the lyrics of National Anthem of India?

    a) Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

    b) Annie Besant

    c) Rabindranath Tagore

    d) Ram Prasad Bismil

    Answer: Rabindranath TagoreExplanation: ‘Jana Gana Mana’ is the National Anthem of India and the song was originally composed in Bengali as ‘Bharoto Bhagyo Bidhata’ by India’s first Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. The first stanza of the song was adopted by the Constituent Assembly of India as the National Anthem on January 26, 1950.Q6: Kesari, a newspaper started by freedom fighter Bal Gangadhar Tilak, was published in which language?

    a) Bengali b) Hindi c) English d) Marathi

    Answer: MarathiExplanation: Kesari is a Marathi newspaper that was founded on January 4, 1981, by Bal Gangadhar Tilak, a prominent leader of the Indian Independence Movement. Kesari was used as a spokes piece for the Indian  National Freedom Movement and has continued to be published by the Kesari Maratha Trust and Tilak’s descendants.Q7: What was the name of the British Officer who was shot by Udham Singh?

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