Category Archives: Veer Savarkar

Veer Savarkar- Assassination of Wylie by Madanlal Dhingra.

As the British cracked down, more ruthlessly on the revolutionaries in India and England, the anger against their atrocities grew more. It kept growing till the boiling point had been reached, and the time was ripe for an outbreak. All … Continue reading

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Veer Savarkar- In the den of the British lion

1906 was the year, the All India Muslim League would be founded in Dacca. The roots though were laid by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in 1886, through the All Indian Muhammadan Educational Conference. It was ostensibly to promote a modern, … Continue reading

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Veer Savarkar- In Pune

It was an irony of sorts, that a college meant to render a more nationalist form of education to fight against British rule, was named after a Scottish Governor of Bombay. Fergusson College was founded in Pune, 1885, by nationalist … Continue reading

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Veer Savarkar-The Woman in his life

(The second in a part of my series on Savarkar, this time on the woman in his life, Yamunabai Savarkar, aka Mai). “Behind every successful man is a woman” so goes the common saying. While we are familiar with Veer … Continue reading

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Veer Savarkar- A Hero is Born

(Veer Savarkar has been one of my heroes. One of the most fascinating, multi talented personalities ever. Freedom fighter, nationalist, activist, thinker, writer and sadly a very misunderstood personality too. Here was some one who braved the worst form of … Continue reading

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