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Chandrashekhar Azad had blown up the British at a young age. Torch procession with Azad’s banner photo took place in Hoshnagar.


Feb 28, 2024

Jhabua Rahim Sherani Jhaknavada Chandrashekhar Azad was born on 23 July 1906 in Madhya Pradesh. He had started rebellion against the British at a very young age and the Jallianwala Bagh incident shook Chandrashekhar Azad in his childhood and during this time Azad had understood that to get rid of the British, the only way to get rid of the British was not by words but by guns. will be needed. Many freedom fighters sacrificed their lives to liberate India. Although his real name was Chandrashekhar Tiwari, there is an interesting story behind how he became known as Azad. Azad used to say that we will face the enemy bullets, we are free and will remain free.

Torch procession held in the city on the death anniversary of Azad

On 27 February 1931, Chandrashekhar Azad immortalized his name in history forever while fighting with the British. The last rites of Chandrashekhar Azad were also performed by the British government without any information. When people came to know about this, a crowd gathered on the streets and everyone was immersed in the wave of enthusiasm. They started worshiping the tree where this great revolutionary took his last breath. After this, on the death anniversary of Chandrashekhar Azad, the first masala procession was taken out in the only Jhabua of Jhabua district under the leadership of Santosh Fauji Hotel owner. In which a large number of people came from Jhaknavada and paid tribute to Azad in the masala procession. After this, for many years, under the guidance of teacher Hemendra Joshi in Jhaknavada, every year on 27th February, in the memory of Chandrashekhar Azad, a masala procession with Azad’s photo is taken out in the city with the bang of drums, remembering Azad. In the same sequence, small school children in Jhaknavada participated in the procession wearing Azad costumes. The Masal procession passed through the main roads of the city and reached the local bus stand where the procession transformed into a meeting. Teacher Hemendra Joshi threw light on the biography of Chandrashekhar Aazad and explained to the common people the sacrifice he made for freedom. After this, the children dressed as Chandrashekhar Azad were awarded to the children dressed as Gopal Rathod, Ramesh Chandra Chaurasia, Dilip Solanki, Hariram Padiyar, Shrenik Kothari, Rajendra Mistry, Praveen Yadav, Adine Azad. On this occasion, Shubham Kotadia, Shreyansh Bohra, Aryan Mistry, Shubham Rathod, Damodar Padiyar, Jeevan Bairagi, Sunil Rathod, FC Mali, Girdhari Bhayal, Kamlesh Padiyar, Nayan Rathod, Manohar Singh Semalia, etc. were present. The entire city resonated with Chandrashekhar Azad’s slogan ‘I am free and will remain free

image-109 Chandrashekhar Azad had blown up the British at a young age. Torch procession with Azad's banner photo took place in Hoshnagar.

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