Veer Savarkar

Veer Savarkar

Subba Rao


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No History Textbook Will Tell You The Hardships Indian Revolutionaries Had To Suffer And The Sacrifices They Had To Make For Their Country'S Freedom. This Amar Chitra Katha Highlights The Life Of Revolutionaries Who Were Exiled To The Dreaded Cellular Prison On Port Blair In The Andaman Islands. Many Went Insane And A Few Committed Suicide, But Veer Savarkar Refused To Be Daunted. He Valiantly Continued The Fight For Human Dignity And Freedom, Even In Prison. What Was The Secret Of Savarkar'S Strength? He Was Utterly Confident That India Would Achieve Freedom. That Conviction Gave Him Hope And Courage To Overcome Depression And Keep Fighting Wherever He Was - Inside The Prison, Or Outside. Much Of The Material For This Amar Chitra Katha Has Been Drawn From V.D. Savarkar'S Autobiography 'My Transporation For Life'.




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Ananth M commented on Veer Savarkar from Veer Savarkar: Veer Savarkar, founder of Hindutva, has struggled for independence, has suffered a lot in the cellular Jail. Alas! We do not find him in the school history books.
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