91. Tirot Sing (1802-1835)
Tirot Sing, also known as U Tirot Sing Syiem, was one of the leaders of the Khasi people in the early 19th century. He was a constitutional head, declared war, and fought against the British for trying to take control of the Khasi hills.
He is a brave son of India who gave his life to free India from the oppression of the British. He was born on July 4, 1897. In tribal areas, the British exploited and oppressed poor and illiterate tribal populations, mainly fought in Andhra Pradesh.
93. Pingali Venkayya (1876-1963)
He was a freedom fighter from India and the designer of the flag on which the Indian national flag was based. He was born in Bhatlapenumarru, near Machilipatnam, in the current Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. He met Gandhi in South Africa and lasted 50 years of association.
94. Tanguturi Prakasam (1872-1957)
He was a politician, freedom fighter, and chief minister of the Madras Presidency. He then became the Chief Minister of the new State of Andhra, created by the partition of the State of Madras into linguistic criteria. He was also known as Andhra Kesari.
95. Veerapandiya Kattabomman (1760-1799)
He was an 18th-century Palayakarrar and chief of Panchalankurichi, Tamil Nadu, India. He refused to accept the sovereignty of the British East India Company and waged a war against them. He was captured by the British later and hanged.
He was a Bengali freedom fighter who is known for his attack on the Secretariat building, the writers’ building in Dalhousie Square in Calcutta. He also joined the Bengal volunteers, a group organized by Subhas Chandra Bose in 1928.
He was inspired by the patriotism of his teacher Nikunja Sen, Badal has joined Bengal Volunteers as a member. The volunteers planned and killed Colonel NS Simpson, Inspector General of Prisons, known for the brutal oppression of imprisoned prisoners.
98. Surya Sen (1894-1934)
Bengali Indian Revolutionary, had a decisive influence on the Indian independence movement against the British regime in India. He was recruiting a group of young revolutionaries known as the Chittagong group, to fight against the British in Chittagong.
99. Surendra Sai (1809-1884)
He was the first freedom fighter who fought against the British East India Company and he was associated with many leaders and participated in the protest against the British in Odisha to protect oppressed tribal peoples in Sambalpur in response to the upper castes and the British.
100. Potti Sreeramulu (1901-1952)
He is revered as Amarajeevi (“Immortal Being”) in the Andhra region for his sacrifice for the cause of Andhra. He became famous for initiating a hunger strike to support the formation of Andhra Pradesh for the people who spoke Telugu; He lost his life in the process.
101. Chandra Pulla Reddy (1917-1984)
He was born in 1917 in the village of Velugodu, in the current district of Kurnool, in Andhra Pradesh. A leading activist in the fight for Indian freedom, a student of Guindy Engineering College in Madras, fought against the British colonial rule.
102. Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay – a prominent leader of the Indian independence movement and a key figure in the development of the arts in independent India.
103. Ravi Shankar Shukla – Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and a leader of the Indian independence movement.
104. Jyotirao Phule – social reformer and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
105. Pritilata Waddedar – revolutionary and one of the first women martyrs of the Indian independence movement.
106. Har Dayal – revolutionary and a key figure in the Ghadar Movement.
107. Lakshmi Sahgal – freedom fighter and leader of the Rani of Jhansi Regiment of the Indian National Army.
108. Nana Sahib – leader of the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and the adopted son of the last Peshwa, Baji Rao II.
109. Sukhdev Thapar – revolutionary and a member of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association.
110. Shivaram Rajguru – revolutionary and a member of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association.
111. Nandalal Bose – artist and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
112. Yogendra Shukla – freedom fighter and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
113. Rash Behari Bose – revolutionary and a leader of the Indian independence movement.
114. Anugrah Narayan Sinha – freedom fighter and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
115. Mahadev Govind Ranade – social reformer and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
116. Gopal Hari Deshmukh – social reformer and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
117. Gopabandhu Das – freedom fighter and social reformer.
118. Pandit Nilkanth Shastri – freedom fighter and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
119. Madan Mohan Malaviya – freedom fighter and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
120. Satyendra Nath Bose – physicist and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
121. V. K. Krishna Menon – freedom fighter and diplomat.
122. R. K. Laxman – cartoonist and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
123. Srinivasa Sastri – freedom fighter and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
124. P. Varadarajulu Naidu – freedom fighter and a key figure in the Indian independence movement.
These are the famous Freedom Fighters Names who played a vital role in getting freedom. In Addition, we hear many times “National Leaders of India” from the children from schools afterwards only it recalls the days of Independence Day or Republic day or few were remembered with their jayanties.
But there are a lot of people who contributed their life to get Freedom from the British, this is a small work collected and presented to all of our Freedom Fighters of India who has struggled, and many were not known to the people much.