dinesh gupta

Dinesh Gupta

Dinesh Gupta or Dinesh Chandra Gupta (December 6, 1911 – July 7, 1931) was a Bengal revolutionary, born in Josholong in Munshiganj District, Bangladesh. He fought against the colonial rule of the British. At the Calcutta session of the INC – Indian National Congress, he joined a group organized by Subhash Chandra Bose called Bengal Volunteers in 1928. He joined the group while he was studying in Dhaka College. Gradually this revolutionary organization became very active and made plans of liqRead More…

Aryan influence in India

How The Social Life Set Up By Aryans Is Still Seen In India   The vedic culture was the core of the ancient civilization that existed in India. Many of the researchers and historians have admired the contents of the Vedas not only in India, but abroad as well. Achievements and originality enriched the Vedic culture which drew the world’s attention to it. During the age of the Vedas, the Aryans lived a simple social life. Their life was a sacred one and reflected the village life style’s basRead More…

Aurangzeb’s Rule

The Rule Of Emperor Aurangzeb As far as Mughal rule is concerned, many of the Mughal historical characters are seen as enlightened and great leaders while some of them have been considered as tyrants who were rather ruthless. One controversial Mughal ruler is the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb Alamgir. He ruled the empire for 49 years from 1658 to 1707. He is seen as a ruthless and cruel emperor by the Sikhs and Hindus. This was because he imposed a regime that was religiously intolerant and he also Read More…

Ananta Singh

Ananta Singh

Ananta Singh (December 1, 1903 – January 25, 1979) was born in Chittagong, Bangladesh. In 1930, this Indian revolutionary participated in the armoury raid in Chittagong. He found the Revolutionary Communist Council of India, a far-left radical communist group later. While studying in the Chittagong Municipal School, he met Surya Sen and became his follower. It was in 1921 that he got involved in the Non-cooperation movement as an Indian nationalist and motivated many of his schoolmates to joinRead More…

Dr. Kotnis

Dr. Kotnis – India’s SonDwarkanath Shantaram Kotnis (Dr.Kotnis) was born on 10th October 1910 in Solapur, Maharashtra State in India. He was born to a lower middle class Marathi family. He had five sisters and two brothers and studied medicine at Mumbai’s Sheth G.S.Medical College. He died on 9th December 1942 at the age of 32. He was also called the ‘Son of India’.Representation As Part Of The Indian Medical Mission TeamThe Japanese invaded China in 1937 and Zhu De, the communist GeneraRead More…

Bhagat Singh

Bhagat Singh the Indian revolutionary and socialist is also known as Shaheed Bhagat Singh (September 27, 1907 – March 23 1931). In the context of the independence movement in India, he was a very influential revolutionary. Bhagat Singh gained prominence in the Hindustani Socialistic Republican Association. A Sikh Jat by birth, his family too was involved in many revolutionary activities against the British. Ideologies of Marx fascinated him. When the police killed Lala Lajpat Rai, he sought reRead More…

Durgawati Devi

Durgawati Devi

Durgawati Devi (October 7, 1907 – October 15, 1999) was an Indian freedom fighter and revolutionary. This Bengali woman was one of the few revolutionaries who as a woman participated actively against the British rulers. She was member of the Naujawan Bharat Sabha and HSRA – Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. She was wife of the HSRA member Bhagwati Charan Vohra at 11 years of age and was popularly called as ‘Durga Bhabhi’ in the revolutionary circles in India. She is known best Read More…