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Shyamji Krishna varma Born October 4, 1857 Mandvi, Kutch Died March 30, 1930 Nationality Indian Known for Indian Independence Movement Spouse Bhanumati Krishna Varma: Shyamji Krishna varma Born October 4, 1857 Mandvi , Kutch Died March 30, 1930 Nationality Indian Known for Indian Independence Movement Spouse Bhanumati Krishna Varma Shyam ji krishna verma Early life Shyamaji Krishna Varma was born on October 30, 1857 in Mandvi, Kutch province as Shamji, the son of Karsan Bhanushali (Karsan Nakhua; Nakhua is the surname while Bhanushali is the community name), a labourer for cotton press company, and Gomatibai, who died when Shyamaji was only 11 years old. He was raised by his grandmother. After completing secondary education in Bhuj he went to Mumbai for further education at Wilson High School. Whilst in Mumbai he learnt Sanskrit.[4] In 1875 Shyamaji got married to Bhanumati, a daughter of a wealthy businessman of the Bhatia community and sister of his school friend Ramdas. Then he got in touch with the nationalist Swami Dayananda Saraswati, a radical reformer and an exponent of Vedas, who had founded Arya Samaj. He became his disciple and was soon conducting lectures on Vedic philosophy and religion. In 1877, a public speaking tour secured him a great public recognition all over Bharat. He became the first non-Brahmin to receive the prestigious title of Pandit by the Pandits of Kashi in 1877. He came to the attention of Monier Williams, an Oxford professor of Sanskrit who offered Shyamaji a job as his assistant.[4][5]: Early life Shyamaji Krishna Varma was born on October 30, 1857 in Mandvi , Kutch province as Shamji, the son of Karsan Bhanushali (Karsan Nakhua; Nakhua is the surname while Bhanushali is the community name), a labourer for cotton press company, and Gomatibai, who died when Shyamaji was only 11 years old. He was raised by his grandmother. After completing secondary education in Bhuj he went to Mumbai for further education at Wilson High School. Whilst in Mumbai he learnt Sanskrit . [4] In 1875 Shyamaji got married to Bhanumati, a daughter of a wealthy businessman of the Bhatia community and sister of his school friend Ramdas. Then he got in touch with the nationalist Swami Dayananda Saraswati , a radical reformer and an exponent of Vedas, who had founded Arya Samaj . He became his disciple and was soon conducting lectures on Vedic philosophy and religion. In 1877, a public speaking tour secured him a great public recognition all over Bharat . He became the first non- Brahmin to receive the prestigious title of Pandit by the Pandits of Kashi in 1877. He came to the attention of Monier Williams , an Oxford professor of Sanskrit who offered Shyamaji a job as his assistant. [4] [5] Shyam ji krishna verma life PowerPoint Presentation: Oxford Shyamji arrived in England and joined Balliol College , Oxford on 25 April 1879 with the recommendation of Professor Monier Williams . Passing his B.A. in 1883, he presented a lecture on “the origin of writing in India” to the Royal Asiatic Society . The speech was very well received and he was elected a non-resident member of the society. In 1881 he represented India at the Berlin Congress of Orientalists . Life of Shyam Ji Krishna Verma in Oxford Collage PowerPoint Presentation: Legal career He returned to India in 1885 and started practice as a lawyer. Then he was appointed as Diwan (chief minister) by the King of Ratlam State; but ill health forced him to retire from this post with a lump sum gratuity of RS 32052 for his service. After a short stay in Mumbai, he settled in Ajmer , headquarters of his Guru Swami Dayananda Saraswati , and continued his practice at the British Court in Ajmer. He invested his income in three cotton presses and secured sufficient permanent income to be independent for the rest of his life. He served for the Maharaja of Udaipur as a council member from 1893 to 1895, followed by the position of Diwan of Junagadh State. He resigned in 1897 after a bitter experience with a British agent that shook his faith in British Rule. Shyam Ji Krishna varma Legal Career PowerPoint Presentation: Nationalism Having read Satyarth Prakash and other books of Swami Dayanand Saraswati, Shyamji Krishna Varma was very much impressed with his philosophy, writings and spirit of Nationalism and had became one of his ardent admirers. It was upon Dayanand's inspiration, he set up a base in England at India House where were produced many revolutionaries like Madam Cama, Veer Savarkar, Lala Hardyal, Madan Lal Dhingra, Bhagat Singh etc. Shyamji Krishan was also an admirer of Lokmanya Tilak and supported him during the Age of Consent bill controversy of 1890. However, he rejected the petitioning, praying, protesting, cooperating and collaborating policy of the Congress Party, which he considered undignified and shameful. In 1897, following the atrocities inflicted by the British government during the plague crisis in Poona , he supported the assassination of the Commissioner of Plague by the Chapekar brothers but he soon decided to fight for Indian Independence in Britain. Shyam ji krishna Varma Nationalism PowerPoint Presentation: Political activism In 1905, Shyamji focused his activity as a political propagandist and organiser for the complete independence of India. Shyamji made his debut in Indian politics by publishing the first issue of his English monthly, The Indian Sociologist , an organ of freedom and of political, social and religious reform . This was an assertive, ideological monthly aimed at inspiring mass opposition to British rule, which stimulated many intellectuals to fight for the freedom of India. Shyam ji Krishna Varma Political activism Made by Akshun Sauhta: Made by Akshun Sauhta Thanks All Of You PowerPoint Presentation: Ram Prasad Bismil (11 June 1897 - 19 December 1927) was an Indian revolutionary who participated in Mainpuri Conspiracy of 1918, and the Kakori conspiracy of 1925, both against British Empire . As well as being a freedom fighter, he was also a patriotic poet and wrote in Hindi and Urdu using the pen names Ram, Agyat and Bismil. But, he became popular with the last name "Bismil" only. He was associated with Arya Samaj where he got inspiration from Satyarth Prakash , a book written by Swami Dayanand Saraswati . He also had a confidential connection with Lala Har Dayal through his guru Swami Somdev, a renowned preacher of Arya Samaj. Ram Prasad Bismil PowerPoint Presentation: life Ram Prasad Bismil was born on 11 June 1897 to Murlidhar and Moolmati at Shahjahanpur , in Uttar Pradesh .[ citation needed ] He came from a Hindu family. Bismil was initially educated at a local schools.[ citation needed ] When he failed twice in Urdu in the 7th standard, he was admitted to the English medium Mission School of the city. After passing 8th standard from Mission School in First Division, he was admitted to the Government School in Shahjahanpur. While studying in this school, he kept his pen-name as 'Bismil' and continued writing patriotic poetry.[ clarification needed ] He became popular by the name Bismil amongst his class mates Ram Prasad Bismil Life PowerPoint Presentation: Contact with Somdev As an 18 year old student, Bismil read of the death sentence passed on Bhai Parmanand , a scholar and companion of Lala Har Dayal . At that time he was regularly attending the Arya Samaj Temple at Shahjahanpur daily, where Swami Somdev, a friend of Paramanand, was staying. Angered by the sentence, Bismil composed a poem in Hindi titled Mera Jarm (My Birth), which he showed to Somdev and which demonstrated a commitment to remove the British control over India. Contact with Somdey PowerPoint Presentation: Lucknow Congress Bismil left school in the following year and traveled to Lucknow with some friends. The Naram Dal (of the Indian National Congress) was not prepared to allow the Garam Dal to stage a grand welcome of Tilak in the city.[ citation needed ] Bismil and a senior student of M.A. laid down the car of Tilak and lead the procession of Bal Gangadhar Tilak in the entire city.[ clarification needed ] Bismil was highlighted there and so many youths from all over India became his fans.[ clarification needed ] They organised a group of youths and decided to publish a book in Hindi on the history of American independence, America Ki Swatantrata Ka Itihas, with the consent of Somdev. This book was published under the authorship of the fictitious Babu Harivans Sahai and its publisher's name was given as Somdev Siddhgopal Shukla. As soon as the book was published, the government of Uttar Pradesh proscribed its circulation within the state. Ram prasad Bismil in Lucknow Congress PowerPoint Presentation: Underground activities From 1919 to 1920 Bismil remained inconspicuous, moving around various villages in Uttar Pradesh and producing several books. Among these was a collection of poems written by him and others, entitled Man Ki Lahar , while he also translated two works from Bengali ( Bolshevikon Ki Kartoot and Yogik Sadhan ) and fabricated Catherine or Swadhinta Ki Devi from an English text.[ citation needed ] He got all these books published through his own resources under Sushilmala - a series of publications except one Yogik Sadhan which was given to a publisher who absconded and could not be traced. These books have since been found. Another of Bismil's books, Kranti Geetanjali , was published in 1929 after his death and was proscribed by British Raj in 1931.[ clarification needed ] Ram Prasad Bismil Underground Activities PowerPoint Presentation: Formation of Hindustan Republican Association In February 1920, when all the prisoners in the Mainpuri conspiracy case were freed, Bismil returned home to Shahjahanpur, where he agreed with the official authorities that he would not participate in revolutionary activities.[ citation needed ] He worked as a manager for Bharat Silk Manufacturing Co., and later was involved in a partnership with Banarsi Lal that concerned silk sarees.[ clarification needed ] Both men had been associated with the District Congress Committee of Shahjahanpur. Despite making a good living fro the business, Bismil remained discontented with the existence of British rule in India.[ clarification needed ] Formation Of Hindustan Republican Association PowerPoint Presentation: Yellow Paper constitution With the consent of Lala Har Dayal , Bismil went to Allahabad where he drafted the constitution of the party in 1923 with the help of Sachindra Nath Sanyal and another revolutionary of Bengal , Dr. Jadugopal Mukherjee . The basic name and aims of the organisation were typed on a Yellow Paper and later on a subsequent Constitutional Committee Meeting was conducted on 3 October 1924 at Kanpur in U.P. under the Chairmanship of Sachindra Nath Sanyal. Yellow Paper Constitutions PowerPoint Presentation: Publication of The Revolutionary A four-page manifesto entitled The Revolutionary was published in January 1925, using the fictitious name of Vijay Kumar. Circulated all over India, it promised equal opportunity to every man irrespective of social status high or low, rich or poor. The policies of Mohandas Gandhi were criticised and youths were called to join the organisation. The police reacted by arresting Sachindra Nath Sanyal and Jogesh Chandra Chatterjee , who had been involved in its productions and distribution.[ citation needed Publication Of Revolutionary PowerPoint Presentation: Made by Akshun Sauhta The End

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