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By S. Lal

The booklet is an inspiring story of fifty well-known Indians who made remarkable contribution in a variety of fields. Their force, decision and resourcefulness act like beacons of sunshine directing youth around the globe to accomplish the unusual. well-known individuals like Surendranath Bannerjee, Mahatma Gandhi, Homi J. Bhabha, J.N. Tata, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Indira Gandhi, Amartya Sen and P.T. Usha are yet a couple of names one of the lengthy checklist that the booklet talks approximately. should you think that instance is better than mere phrases this publication is bound to excite you.

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Even then, he was removed from service on trivial grounds in 1874. Racial arrogance was the chief reason for being removed, as the foreigners were not happy to have him as their colleague. British colonial rule had harmed the lives of Indians in every way making it essential to organize India’s political life under the leadership of Surendranath Bannerji. He founded the Indian National Conference in 1883, which merged with the Indian National Congress in 1886, under the chairmanship of W C. Bannerjee.

Meetings and discussions, was not very popular. His moderate political views and the respect he held for the British met with disapproval from the growing number of radicals, at the turn of the twentieth century. Thus, he was forced to retire from politics. He passed away on August 6, 1925. 3 BAL GANGADHAR TILAK (1856–1920) Born in 1856, in the small coastal town of Ratnagiri in Maharashtra, Tilak had to fend for his own college education. From an early age, he was distressed to see the grossly inadequate education system provided by the British, for Indians.

He passed away on August 6, 1925. 3 BAL GANGADHAR TILAK (1856–1920) Born in 1856, in the small coastal town of Ratnagiri in Maharashtra, Tilak had to fend for his own college education. From an early age, he was distressed to see the grossly inadequate education system provided by the British, for Indians. As he moved closer to the people, he realized that literacy alone would make them see through these unfair practices. Tilak considered education to be the most empowering weapon to fight against British tyranny.

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