71. Khudiram Bose (1889-1908)
He was a freedom fighter, one of the youngest revolutionaries in the Indian independence movement. Bose was influenced by the notion of karma in the Bhagavad Gita and participated in revolutionary activities aimed at freeing India from the British government.
72. Kalpana Datta (1913-1995)
She was an activist and a member of the Independence movement led by Surya Sen, who led the raid on the Chittagong Armory in 1930. On February 17, 1933, the police surrounded their hiding place in Gairila and she was arrested, but she was able to escape from there.
73. Acharya J.B.Kripalani (1888-1982)
He was an accomplished politician and socialist, who contributed a lot, before and after the independence of India. He was a representative of the philosophy and ideology of Gandhi, many times got arrested by the British.
74. Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed (1905-1977)
He meets Jawaharlal Nehru in England in 1925. He joins the INC and actively participates in the Indian freedom movement. In 1942, he was arrested during the Quit India movement and sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
75. Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (1890-1988)
He is one of the tallest fighters of freedom, not only in physical height but also in contributions and sacrifices. He dedicated his life to improving the countryman’s life and inspired the values of Gandhi, mainly non-violence.
76. C. Rajagopalachari (1878-1972)
In April 1930, he was arrested on the Tanjore coast for leading a Salt March to Vedaranniyam. Subsequently, he prepared the CR formula for cooperation between Congress and the League, which however was rejected by the Muslim League.
77. Kittur Rani Chennamma (1778-1829)
Kittur Rani Chennamma is the first woman to fight for freedom in India. Although she could not win the battle against the British, she definitely created a revolution and became a source of inspiration for Indian women.
78. Sri Satguru Ram Singh Kuka (1816-1885)
He is a philosopher and reformer, the first Indian to use non-cooperation and the boycott of British products. He also asked Russia to help to throw the British from the country, but it was refused. 14 years he spent his time in prison.
79. Madan Lal Dhingra (1883-1909)
He was a student revolutionary in England, where he murdered Sir Curzon Wylie, a British parliamentarian, considered one of the first acts of revolution of the Indian independence movement of the 20th century.
80. Saifuddin Kitchlew (1888-1963)
He wanted harmony between Hindus and Muslims and asked the people to get involved in the national movement regardless of religious feelings. He opposed from the beginning the separatist ideology of the Muslim League of India.