Who was Lala Lajpat Rai? What are they curiosity and moving parts?
Lala Lajpat Rai was born was born in 18 Jan 1865, who in future became well known as the Lion of Punjab, Lala Lajpat Rai and his father Sri Radha Krishna was a teacher in an ordinary school, and his mother Smt. Gulab Devi also was an well qualified lady.
Lala Lajpat Rai gained great accompaniments of parents put him on the path of evolution. His father was a teacher of Urdu, Arabic and Persian language received knowledge of Urdu in legacy and completing his primary education, he went to Lahore at the age of 18 years. He took the degree of Law and he started practicing Law in the district-courts. Having made his mark there, he went to Lahore to practice in the Chief Court.
Early Life of Lala Lajpat Rai
Lala Lajpat Rai and his life great contributions of the founder of the Arya Samaj, Swami Dayanand Saraswati, he became a member of the Arya Samaj in 1882. About the influence of Arya Samaj on his life, and he has wrote – all the good points in me are due to Arya Samaj and the bad points are in my luck or gained from the parents. As an Arya Samaji, he made his marks in the fields of education religion, human service and literature. As a patriot, he could not bear to see mother India in the in the shackles or chains of subjugations.
Liberation from slavery, he gave up law-practice and devoted himself to the service of the country. What a deep sense of service to country he had, is clear from his this statement. Via Lajpat Rai – if you come across a person, who does not do duty service of the country and the nation as his/her duty. Tell him/her that even though you have got the physical body of a man, yet you have not been able to make a man and woman.
Indian National Congress
His attachment to the country was transparent and beyond doubt. He participated for the first time in the Prayag session of the Indian National Congress in 1888. But his Arya Samaji mind could not be grateful for the policy of begging and submitting petitions.
Lala Lajpat Rai did not agree with the policy of the Congress of meeting once in a year and taking some decisions on paper. He was wishing for to see the liberalizations of his motherland. Therefore, to awaken the dormant consciousness of the Indians and his infuse patriotism in them, he prints lives of those persons who had lived and died for the freedom of the country, such as Mejini Gerivaldy. Shivaji, Dayanand and Shri Krishnaji.
Lala Lajpat Rai Endeavor
He tried to awaken the Indians through his writings in the journals ‘Bharat Sudha’ and the ‘Punjab’. He went to England in 1906, and to bring to their knowledge the real state of affairs in India, he delivered a number of lectures there. He wrote articles in journals and met important persons with his revolutionary and dynamic personality.
The British government was worried and on 16th May, 1907, he was disqualified from England and sent to Mandlay Jail (Burma). Charge of inciting revolt and to try to end the British Empire was levelled against him. The news of his ejection spread like wildfire throughout India Against this action of the British Government, voices were raised in every part of the country.
In the papers of England also this action of the government was hopeless Tilak and Gokhale ready an impression against it. The result of all this was. That within six months of his arrest to Lahore. With this incident his fame can with no trouble be guessed.
INC Aggressive Member
Lala Lajpat Rai also was a member of the violent group of the Congress. For the overseas Indians he went to England in 1914, with the Congress designation. From there. He went to America and Japan as well. In course of his overseas journeys, he made contact with those revolutionaries, who were fighting for the freedom of India in foreign lands.
The first Great War, having started his stay out of India, had to be protracted spending about six years in foreign lands. When he came back to India he saw the Indians getting things like Rowlett Act as war gift. This made his heart. He was given the heavy responsibility of the President of the historical session of the All India Congress held at Calcutta in 1928.
Lajpat Rai hands with Gandhiji, non cooperation resolution were adopted. But he condemned form inside the jail the withdrawing of the movement by Gandhiji after the Chauri-Chaura incident in course of time, with the help of Malviyaji, he founded the Independent Party.
He organized those working for public service, he established Lok Sewa Sangh. The aim of this organization was dispassionate service of the public person like Purshottam Das Tandon. Lal Bahadur Shastri, Balwant Rai Mehta and others were connected with this organization.
Legacy of Lala Lajpat Rai
He had deep love for India’s education and culture. Although, he had his education during Urdu he had great love and dedication for Hindi. In support of Hindi to the British Government. To foster in India an education systems, he established first Dayananad Anglo Vedic College at Lahore and then at other places in India. He established the National College Tilak School of the Politics keeping in mind the conditions prevailing in India.
Lajpat Rai was an immense humanist and his human’s love was very widespread he was a true server of the depressed, subjugated, orphans, widows and the helpless ones. To attract the attention of the fanatic Hindus towards the sad plight of the out-castes and the untouchables, he in 1912-13 commitment voyages to Kashi, Prayag Bareilly and Moradabad and with his vigorous speeches, he appealed to the Hindus to remove this insult.
Death of Lala Lajpat Rai
During October 30, 1928, when the Commission reached Lahore great procession, under the leadership of our hero, protested. The whole atmosphere reverberated with the sounds of the slogans given by Lala Lajpat Rai, ‘Simon go back’.
The brutal English military men and the heartless police chief Sanders tried their best to suppress the cry of the patriots and with lathi blows but this great son of India was in a pool of blood. ‘Every blow of lathi on my body will prove to be nail in the coffin of the British Government. With these roaring words on his lips, this worthy son of Mother India slept forever in the laps of his mother India on 17th November, 1928.