Khudiram Bose is known as the youngest revolutionary of the country. August 11 is celebrated as the sacrifice day of Khudiram Bose who dropped the first bomb on the tyrannical British Empire that ruled.
Very few people know about the revolutionary Khudiram Bose in the Indian Freedom Movement. He was the first revolutionary after 1857 who was hanged by the British government.
Apart from Gandhian Satyagrahis, revolutionaries also contributed in the Indian struggle for Independence. After the armed revolution of 1857, many people of the country had worked to strengthen the foundation for strengthening the freedom movement of India. In this, there were many revolutionary heroes who made such sacrifices for the freedom of the country, which awakened the love of patriotism in the hearts of the countrymen.
Today is the day to remember the immortal sacrificer Khudiram Bose.
One of these names is of Khudiram Bose, who was hanged by the British on 11 August 1908. Khudiram Bose, along with Prafulla Chaki, had tried to execute the Muzaffarpur case, for which he was hanged.
Today is the day to remember the immortal sacrificer Khudiram Bose. This Soupat, who was sacrificed in the war of independence, is remembered all over India including Jamshedpur. Today there will be an influx of people paying tribute at Mango Chowk.
Khudiram Bose Death Anniversary.
Apart from all the political parties, social institutions of the city, Khudiram Bose personally will be remembered with reverence and pride. Bose is known as the youngest revolutionary of the country.
August 11 is celebrated as the sacrifice day of Khudiram Bose, who dropped the first bomb on the tyrannical British Empire that ruled India.
the influence of ‘Vande Mataram’ mantra in the life of the school.
With the influence of ‘Vande Mataram’ mantra in the life of the school, he contributed to the freedom struggle of the land of India. On August 11, 1908, at the age of 18, Khudiram Bose hanged himself with the Bhagavad Gita in his hands.
Shambhu Gaware of Jamshedpur, associated with the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, tells that the time was 1903. The British government decided to split the Bengal province. This caused great resentment among the common people. Khudiram termed the decision of partition of Bengal as unjust. Realizing that he had to do something for the country, he started an armed revolution after a short education in Medinipur. The revolutionaries protesting against the government were caught and punished severely.
Khudiram Bose came in contact with revolutionaries.
Khudiram Bose came in contact with revolutionaries like Aurobindo Ghosh and Birendra Ghosh in his childhood, inspired by which he decided to become a revolutionary. In 1902, Aurobindo Ghosh came to Midnapore where Kishore Khudiram met him. He was very impressed by hearing about the freedom movement of the revolutionaries. He was also a member of Anushilan Samiti of Kolkata.
An industrial and agricultural exhibition was organized in Medinipur February 1906. Hundreds of people from the surrounding provinces thronged to see the exhibition.
Khudiram punched the soldier in the face.
Khudiram distributed copies of Sonar Bangla, an extremist leaflet written by Satyendranath, a revolutionary from Bengal. The policemen ran to catch them. Khudiram punched the soldier in the face and escaped by pressing the remaining leaflets to the side. In this case, the government accused him of sedition, but Khudiram narrowly escaped.
Khudiram was involved in revolutionary work through a secret organization of revolutionaries called Yugantar in Medinipur. In 1905, Lord Curzon partitioned Bengal. Many people who opposed the partition were brutally sentenced by the then Calcutta Magistrate Kingsford. In other cases also the revolutionaries were persecuted. Around this time he was promoted to Kingsford and transferred to Muzaffarpur as Sessions Judge. Finally in a secret meeting of the epoch committee it was decided to kill Kingsford. Khudiram and Prafulla Kumar Chaki were chosen for this.
Getting the honor of throwing the first bomb in India.
A bomb and a pistol were given to Khudiram. A pistol was also given to Prafulla Kumar. On reaching Muzaffarpur, both of them inspected Kingsford’s bungalow. They saw his four wheeler and the color of his horse. Khudiram also went to his office. where he watched them intently. On 30 April 1908, the two revolutionaries set out for a planned demonstration and waited for their arrival in a horse-drawn carriage outside Kingsford’s bungalow. They were stopped by two undercover attendants who were patrolling the bungalow, but they stopped there, giving them the correct answer.
Around 8.30 pm, Khudiram started running after the car when he saw a car like a Kingsford car coming from the club. It was very dark on the road. As the car approached the Kingsford bungalow, he picked up the bomb with both hands and detonated the four-wheeler in the dark. The sound of this first bombing in India was heard that night for three miles and within a few days its sound was heard as far as England and Europe. Khudiram had dropped a bomb on Kingsford’s car, but he survived, as he had left the club a little late that day. Incidentally, two European women lost their lives in a car accident. In the night, both Khudiram Bose and Prafulla Kumar Chaki ran barefoot to reach Vaini railway station, 24 miles away.
The whole country, including Jamshedpur, will remember immortal sacrificer Khudiram Bose today.
The next day, when the police went to arrest Prafulla Kumar Chaki on the basis of suspicion, he committed suicide by shooting himself. The police arrested Khudiram. The end of the arrest was certain. On 11 August 1908, Khudiram hanged himself with courage and gaiety with Bhagavad Gita in his hand.
Kingsford quit his job out of fear and soon died in fear of the revolutionaries whom he persecuted, leaving no trace of his name. Even after death, Khudiram became immortal.
Khudiram Bose Martyrdom Day.
At that time his age was only 18 years. After the hanging, Khudiram became very popular in Bengal and the people of Bengal mourned his execution.
The British named this incident as the Muzaffarpur incident. In this, due to the death of two European women, it became a high-profile case, which was discussed in Europe. Kingsford also left the job out of fear.
This incident gave instant popularity to Khudiram Bose and Prafulla Chaki, but their contribution was forgotten after that.