Saturday, 11 August 2012

Deep history of India

Visit the images from the deep history of India. A tour of Indian history with the help of old pictures from the museum. Collection of pictures from First Indian Freedom Fight 1857. 

All these pictures are taken from the museums of Red Fort. Most of the Indian history was round about this Red Fort and Delhi. Delhi was also capital of Pandavas in Mahabharat called as Indraprashtha. Old Fort of Delhi is the memory of that era. 

2-Oct 1869 - 30 Jan 1948

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (well known as "BAPU" or "Gandhiji") was the main leader of the freedom fight of India. He was well known for his non violence fight. Gandhiji is the "Father of Nation" of India and his birthday is celebrated as Gandhi Jayanti and it is national holiday. His main weapon against British is "Non Violence". Non-Cooperation Movement was led by Gandhiji and Congress. Gandhiji also started Salt March against salt tax by British. On 30 January 1948 Gandhiji was shot dead by Nathuram Godse. Nathuram Godse thought that Gandhiji was the reason behind the partition of India. Nathuram Godse also opposing the help given to Pakistan after partition of India.

Mahatma Gandhi (Bapu)

Mughal Begum

Mughal Emperor

This is the only one photo of Chandra Shekhar Azad. His name became Azad because he never been caught by English Police. He killed himself by last bullet of pistol. He bacame famous after Kakori Train Robbery in 1925.

                                                      23 July 1906 - 27 February 1931

Azad after killing himself by last bullet

Madam Bhikaji Kama

Lala Lajpat Rai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak and Bipin Chandra Pal
Lal, Bal and Pal was supporters of Swadeshi movement in India and against the imported things.

Lal Bal Pal

22 May 1772 - 27 September 1833
Raja Ram Mohan Rao is also known as "Maker of Modern India". He died at Stapleton, Bristol, Britain. He is known for the work against Sati Pratha. In which widow was burned in funeral of her husband.

Raja Ram Mohan Rai

Shaheed Bhagat Singh



              Rani (Queen) Laxmi Bai

19 November 1835 - 17 June 1858
Rani Laxmibai is also known as Manu or Manikarnika. Laxmibai was married to Gangadhar, the king of Jhansi. After death of their child they adopted Damodar Rao. But British East India Company,s Governor-General Lord Dalhousie, applied the Doctrine of Lapse, rejecting this and ordered to leave Jhansi.

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