10 Unsung Freedom fighters of India

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay She was the first woman of India who British rulers arrested for her active presence as a patriotic leader. Kamaladevi was a fearless woman who was a committed freedom fighter.

Khudiram Bose Khudiram was one of India’s youngest freedom fighters., it was the public speeches of Aurobindo Ghose and Sister Nivedita which prompted him to join the freedom struggle. In 1905, during the Partition of Bengal, he became an active volunteer in the freedom movement.

Peer Ali Khan Peer Ali was a bookseller, who played a leading role in the organization of the Great Revolt of 1857 in the Patna district in July 1857. He was captured by the British after the defeat of the rebel forces. Khan was given capital punishment for participating in the freedom struggle of 1857, along with other rebels.

Lakshmi Sahgal She was the woman leading the Rani of the Jhansi Regiment, which had all women army officers. She also served a sentence in Burma prison for her role in World War II.

Bhikaiji Cama She used to belong to a good family, and her father, Sorabji Framji Patel, was a powerful member of the Parsi community. She emphasised equality between men and women. And to support orphanage girls, she donated most of her assets

Begum Hazrat Mahal Begum Hazarat Mahal was a significant part of the 1857 Indian Rebellion. She had to take charge of Awadh and even seized control of Lucknow during the rebellion period after her husband was exiled.

BATUKESHWAR DUTTA He became an active member of the Association and grew closer to Bhagat Singh. On the eventful day, Batukeshwar Dutta, along with Bhagat Singh, hurled two handmade bombs into the empty space of the Central Legislative Assembly in Delhi. They shouted the slogan “Inquilab Zindabad” and showered leaflets from the audience gallery.

Tara Rani Srivastava She used to belong to a simple family in Saran, Bihar. Shrimati Tara Rani Srivastava got married to Phulendu Baba. Both husband and wife joined the Quit India Movement in 1942 under the leadership of Gandhi Ji.

Aruna Asaf Ali "The Grand Old Lady" She was one of India's lady freedom fighters who also participated in the Salt Satyagraha movement and other protest marches. The British government imprisoned her for her significant presence in most freedom-fighting movements. She also protested against the ill-treatment of Indian prisoners by making a hunger strike.

Matangini Hazra Matangini Hazra is one of the prestigious freedom fighters of India, and she is also called Gandhi Buri. She participated in the "Quit India Movement" and the "Non-Cooperation Movement." She was shot thrice during one of her processions, but she continued speaking "Vande Mataram" with the Indian flag in hand.