The Jallianwala Bagh massacre was the climax of a chain of events, the final one being a formidable demonstration of Hindu-Muslim unity on 9th April 1919, the Ram Navami day, that terrified the British. Catch the fascinating story, with some very rare and never seen before photographs of those actual events in Amritsar of 1919.
She was a protagonist in Bhagat Singh’s Great Escape from Lahore, yet Durga Devi Vohra is no more than a footnote in history. Catch the story of this fearless revolutionary and her unwavering commitment to one of India’s greatest freedom fighters
Few people realise that it was V.D. Savarkar who first described the Revolt of 1857 as ‘The Indian War of Independence’. Or, that he opened up many, until then forgotten chapters of the Revolt in his book published in 1909. While the book was banned by the British, Savarkar’s work had a far reaching impact. Here is how.