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Dr. RAJENDRA PRASHAD (1st president of india)


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Comment by Ratnesh Raman Pathak on April 13, 2010 at 7:15pm

Dr. Rajendra Prasad (1884 - 1963)
Term of Office: 26 January 1950 TO 13 May 1962

Long before the Gandhian era had set in, there was born on 3 December, 1884, in an obscure village in the Saran district of North Bihar, Rajendra Prasad, whose life was to be an embodiment of the Gandhian principles. He was to Gandhiji, to quote Sarojini Naidu, what John was to Christ. Jawaharlal called him the symbol of Bharat and found "truth looking at you through those eyes". As early as 1922, C.R. Das, the President of the Gaya session of the Indian National Congress, remarked, trial "At the moment Rajendra Prasad appears to be the sole excuse for a further honest trial of Gandhism to solve a political problem". When this view was reported to Motilal Nehru in January 1923, his reaction was almost identical: "Das is certainly correct. We have given a fair trial to Gandhism for over two years. It seems to me that the only good result it has yielded - I do not say it will not yield better or more results - is Babu Rajendra Prasad". Four year later Vithalbhai Patel remarked, "The one argument against the discontinuance of the Gandhian cult is Rajendra Prasad". Gandhiji himself once said of him : "There is at least one man who would not hesitate to take the cup of poison from my hands". No wonder Gunther called him the heart of the Congress organization. Another publicist wrote that Mahatma Gandhi with his uncanny insight picked out and groomed three of his colleagues for important roles in national life. In Jawaharlal he saw the dynamism of youth that never ages and a soaring idealism intent on a synthesis of ethical values and socio-economic objectives of modern revolutions. In Sardar he saw the great pragmatist and the man of iron will who knew how to get things done. In Rajendra Prasad he saw a great deal of himself.

Rajendra Prasad's great uncle, Chaudhur Lal, built fortunes of the family, a zamindari income of Rs.7,000/- per year and substantial farm lands. He was the Dewan of the Hathwa Raj, highly respected by all, honest, loyal and efficient. Rajendra Prasad's father, Mahadev Sahay, was a country gentleman, a scholar of Persian and Sanskrit. His hobbies were wrestling and horticulture and he took delight in providing free Ayurvedic and Unani treatment to patients who flocked to him. Rajendra Prasad's mother, Kamleshwari Devi, was a devout lady who would not give up her evening bath and Pooja even though plagued by a cough which eventually proved fatal. Every day she would tell stories from the Ramayana to young Rajendra, as he huddled close to her, eager and receptive, waiting for the light of dawn to peep into the windowless bedroom of the old-fashioned house. No wonder the Ramayana by Tulsidas became his constant companion, though he loved to browse occasionally on the Upanishads and other scriptures also
Comment by PREETAM TIWARY(PREET) on April 12, 2010 at 10:44pm
waah ratnesh bhai dhamaka kar deni raua ta............bahut badhiya ehi tarah lagal rahi...
Comment by Ratnesh Raman Pathak on April 12, 2010 at 10:44pm

Comment by Ratnesh Raman Pathak on April 12, 2010 at 10:42pm
Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan (1902 - 1979)

Name: Jayaprakash Narayan
Birth Date: October 11, 1902
Death Date: October 8, 1979
Place of Birth: Sitabdiara , Saran District, Bihar, India
Place of Death: Patna, India
Gender: Male
Wife Name : Prabhavati
Award : Bharat Ratna in 1999

मुख्य प्रबंधक
Comment by Er. Ganesh Jee "Bagi" on April 12, 2010 at 9:50pm
waah waah susmit jee aap to first inning mey aur first boll par chhakka laga diya, aur vicket key aek taraf Ratnesh bhai alag jabardast short laga rahey hai, bahut badhiya,
Comment by Ratnesh Raman Pathak on April 12, 2010 at 6:22pm
very nice shusmeet jee to post this info
i wants to add one more people.i.e-----
Babu Jagjivan Ram (1908 - 1986)

Jagjivan Ram, popularly known as Babuji was born on 5 April 1908, in Chandwa. His father, Shobhi Ram, was by caste an asprisya or untouchable. In August 1933 his first wife died after a brief illness, thereafter in June 1935 he married Indrani Devi, a daughter of Dr. Birbal, a well-known social worker of Kanpur, and the couple has two children, Suresh Kumar and Meira Kumar.
Social taboos and customs made his world different from the world of caste Hindus. Endowed with a very sensitive soul, he was filled with anguish at the sad plight of the Harijans.
The dream born out of this anguish found practical expression in his turning a social reformer while yet a school student. The evolution of the social reformer into a nationalist politician was the outcome of mature reflection. He offered individual Satyagraha and went to jail in 1950.

He was a member of Lok Sabha for 36 years without a break from 1950 onwards. He was associated with the Indian National Congress from 1932 to 1977. As a Union Minister, Jagjivan Ram had been holding different portfolios from 1946 to 1963. He remained the Deputy Prime Minister from January to July 1979.

He had the vision of a casteless and democratic Hindu society. He took active interest in the movement for social reform and for the upliftment of the weaker sections of society. While at Banaras Hindu University he organised the scheduled castes to protest against social discrimination and later arranged conferences at Calcutta to draw the attention of social and political leaders of Bengal. He also participated in the anti-untouchability movement started by Gandhiji.

Throughout his life, he believed passionately in human dignity and individual freedom. He abhorred human oppression and believed in the philosophy of ‘with malice towards none, and charity for all’.

His birth anniversary day is observed as 'Samata Diwas' as he believed in bringing equality among all in the society.

He died in July 1986.
Comment by PREETAM TIWARY(PREET) on April 12, 2010 at 5:18pm
waah sushmit bhai....tum to aate hi dhamaka kar diye.....
aage bhi aisi jaankari dete rahna.....
Comment by Admin on April 12, 2010 at 4:16pm
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