Chandra Shekhar Azad Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth

Chandrashekhar Azad was born on July 23, 1906 in a Brahmin family in Bhabra village, Madhya Pradesh. In today’s time Bhabra village is known as Chandrashekhar Azadnagar. His father’s name was Sitaram Tiwari. And his mother’s name was Jagrani Devi.

Start of Revolution

Chandrashekhar Azad started his revolutionary life in 1919 itself, he used to study in that school. When Gandhiji started the non-cooperation movement, Chandrashekar Azad took an active part in this movement.

Chandrashekhar Azad went on the road carrying the umbrellas of his school. And started helping Gandhiji in the non-cooperation movement. Chandrashekhar Azad was arrested by the police for participating in this movement. And he was punished with 15 canes at the young age of just 14 years. When a cane was struck, the joint shouted and said Bharat Mata ki Jai.

Chandrashekhar Azad was disappointed for a while when Gandhi called off the non-cooperation movement. Due to this non-cooperation movement in 1921, the country was only two steps behind to become independent. If this movement had continued for some more time, the country would have become independent in 1922-1923 itself.

But due to violent clashes with the police by some people, Gandhi called off the non-cooperation movement. Lakhs of crores of people had lost faith in Gandhi as soon as he withdrew this movement. Because after reaching so close to freedom, the movement was withdrawn, now how can this person liberate the country. Such things were said by the people of that time.

And this latter is also true to some extent because it was not fair to put the freedom of the whole country in jeopardy due to the violent clashes of some people. After this movement, Chandrashekhar Azad completely abandoned Gandhi’s idea and the path of freedom told by him. At that time Bhagat Singh used to be a small child.

Around 11 to 12 years old. Bhagat Singh also used to respect Gandhi a lot till that time, used to follow his every post, followed the path of freedom told by him, but when Gandhi withdrew the non-cooperation movement, Bhagat Singh also lost his faith in Gandhi. And after growing up, along with Chandrashekhar Azad, he started trying to liberate the country in his own way.

How did Chandrashekhar Azad die?

Chandrashekhar Azad had become such a big revolutionary that the British government had ordered the police to shoot Chandrashekhar whatever he saw. The police had lost their hands behind Chandrashekhar Azad. But every time Chandrashekhar Azad used to dodge the police and escape.

But little did he know that he would have to lose his life for one of his own companions. Chandrashekhar Azad went to Alfred Park Prayagraj that day to meet his two colleagues.

At this time Bhagat Singh, Rajaguru and Sukdev were in jail and were about to be hanged. Chandrashekhar Azad had come to Alfred Park to meet his colleagues only to talk about Bhagat Singh.

But little did he know that one of his own men was going to cheat him. One of his own men went and informed the police that Chandrashekhar Azad was still in Alfred Park. The police reached from Chuke and surrounded the park from all sides. Somehow Chandrashekhar Azad ran away from there after saving his comrades, but he himself got trapped. Now there was no way to get out of there.

Chandrashekhar Azad took out his gun and attacked the police. Many policemen were killed by Chandrashekhar Azad. But when he had only one bullet left. They thought that now I will not be able to face so many policemen with this one shot and then they will make every possible effort to make my head bow by catching me alive.

Will have to bear all kinds of tortures. It is better to kill myself with this one bullet than to bow my head before the British. Then he blew his skull with his own hands. The date of that day was 27 February 1931. This brave son Azad died for the country but never got into the hands of the British. That’s why where do they go free.

In today’s time, Alfred Park is known as Chandrashekhar Azad Park. This park is located in Prayagraj district of Uttar Pradesh.

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Real NameChandra Shekhar Azad
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Eyes ColorBlack
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Date of Birth23 July 1906 (Monday)
Age24 Years
Zodiac SignLeo

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