Freedom Fighters of India – List, Images & their Sacrifice

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21. Sachindra Nath Sanyal

Sachindra Nath Sanyal, Freedom Fighters in India, India, List
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  • Full Name: Sachindra Nath Sanyal
  • Born: 1893, Varanasi
  • Died: 7 February 1942, Gorakhpur

Sachindra Nath Sanyal  Indian revolutionary and founding member of the HRA was created to carry out revolutionary activities against the British Empire in India.

It was involved with great revolutionaries like Chandrashekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh, Sanyal was heavily involved in the Ghadar Party plan. Later he was arrested and sent to the dreaded cell prison of Andamans.

22. Bagha Jatin

Bagha Jatin, Freedom Fighters in India
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  • Full Name: Jatindranath Mukherjee
  • Born: 7 December 1879, Kushtia, Bangladesh
  • Died: 10 September 1915, Balasore

Bagha Jatin was one of the leading Bengali revolutionaries fighting against British rule in India. From an early age, Bagha Jatin became the leader of the Yugantar political party in Bengal, which helped to organize revolutionary activities against the British.

In addition to the conflict with the British, he was also involved in the German plot of the First World War.

23. Manmath Nath Gupta

Manmath Nath Gupta, Freedom Fighters of India
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  • Full Name: Manmath Nath Gupta
  • Born: 7 February 1908, Varanasi
  • Died: 26 October 2000, New Delhi

Manmath Nath Gupta joined the Indian independence movement at the age of 13 and was an active member of the Hindustan Republican Association.

When Gandhi canceled the non-cooperation movement after the Chauri Chaura incident in 1922, Gupta was seriously disappointed by Congress and Gandhi. He expressed his mistake in the DD channel interview.

24. Baikuntha Shukla

Baikuntha Shukla, Freedom Fighters in India
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  • Full Name: Baikuntha Shukla
  • Born: 1907, India
  • Died: 14 May 1934, Gaya

Baikuntha Shukla was an Indian nationalist and revolutionary. He was a teacher in Mathurapur who was hanged for murdering Phanindra Nath Ghosh, on the year 1934, Baikuntha Shukla was hanged at the Gaya Central Prison for his act.

Phanindra Nath Ghosh also became a government approver, which led to the execution of hanging Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru.

25. Shriram Sharma

Shriram Sharma, Freedom Fighter, India
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  • Full Name: Shriram Sharma
  • Born: 20 September 1911, Agra
  • Died: 2 June 1990, Haridwar
  • Spouse: Bhagawati Devi Sharma (m. 1946–1990)

Shriram Sharma was arrested for violating the prohibition orders in April 1931 in Agra but was released shortly after. Undaunted, he announced the procession of a flag in the town of Parakhi, near his hometown, Awalkhera.

The government issued restraining orders again and the police attacked the parade with batons. Shriram was unconscious and taken to a nearby hospital.

26. Ganesh Dutt Singh

Ganesh Dutt Singh, Freedom Fighter, India
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  • Full Name: Sri Ganesh Dutt Singh
  • Born: 13 January 1868, Nalanda
  • Died: 1943, Bihar

Sir Ganesh Dutt Singh was an Indian administrator serving the British and an educator. He did much to improve education and health services in the state of Bihar and Orissa before the independence of India from Great Britain.

His educational values continue to be relevant and are points of reference for the current generation.

27. Raj Narain

Raj Narain, Freedom Fighter, India, Freedom Fighters of India
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  • Full Name: Raj Narain
  • Born: 15 March 1917, Benares State
  • Died: 31 December 1986, New Delhi

Raj Narain was a freedom fighter and an Indian politician. He was president of the Student Congress during the Quit India 1942 movement and led protests in and around the Varanasi district of the UP.

At first, he was “underground” for three months, then was arrested on 28th September 1942, during the Quit India Movement, and detained until 1945.

28. Yamuna Karjee

Yamuna Karjee, Freedom Fighter, India, List
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  • Full Name: Yamuna Karjee
  • Born: 1898, India
  • Died: 1953

Yamuna Karjee was born in a small town called Deopar, Bihar. From his studies, he was attracted by the struggle for the freedom of India and by the Kisan movement and the peasant movement under the leadership of Sahajan and Saraswati.

In the peasant movement, he became a close associate of other revolutionary peasant leaders such as Karyanand Sharma, Yadunandan Sharma, and Panchanan Sharma.

29. Prem Krishna Khanna

Prem Krishna Khanna, Freedom Fighters of India, Indian Freedom Fighter
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  • Full Name: Prem Kishan Khanna
  • Born: 2 January 1894, Lahore, Pakistan
  • Died: 3 August 1993, Shahjahanpur

Prem Kishan Khanna was a contractor for the railways of India. He was a close associate of the famous revolutionary Ram Prasad Bismil.

Khanna had a license to own a Mauser gun, which was sometimes used by Bismil for his various revolutionary actions. Arrested in the case of Kakori’s conspiracy against the British Empire

30. Dinesh Gupta

Dinesh Gupta, Freedom Fighters in India, Indian Freedom Fighter
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  • Full Name: Dinesh Chandra Gupta
  • Born: 6 December 1911, Bangladesh
  • Died: 7 July 1931, Kolkata

Dinesh Gupta joined Bengal Volunteers, a group organized by Subhas Chandra Bose in 1928, Soon the Volunteers of Bengal became a more active revolutionary association and they planned to kill British police.

He spent some time in Midnapore to train local revolutionaries in the use of firearms. and responsible for the successive murders of three district magistrates, Douglas, Burge, and Peddy.

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