New Delhi: The name of the great freedom fighter Bipin Chandra Pal is inscribed in golden letters in Indian history. He was a heroic Indian revolutionary and was also instrumental in designing the Indian independence movement. He was also one of the trio of red-hair-pals. Bipin Chandra Pal was a nationalist leader as well as a teacher, journalist, writer and orator and is also known as the father of revolutionary ideas in India. Today, on the death anniversary of Bipin Chandra Pal, let us know some special things related to him.
He was admitted to Presidency College in Calcutta, but could not complete his studies and started his career as a headmaster. In later years, he began working as a librarian in the Public Library of Calcutta, and in 1898 he left for England to study comparative ideology. But after a year, he returned to India from there and since then he started propagating the spirit of the idea of Swaraj among the local Indians.
Bipin Chandra Pal was famous as a trio of patriots known as 'Lal-Bal-Pal' and these three are also said to be responsible for initiating the first popular rise against British colonial policy in the 1905 partition of Bengal. Notably, Pal had come before Mahatma Gandhi entered politics and Bipinchandra Pa was also the founder of the magazine 'Vande Mataram'. Bipin Chandra Pal had separated himself from Congress during the last years of his life and lived a lonely life. On this day in the year 1932, he said goodbye to this world.