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    2 Author(s):  DR. AJAY K. SHARMA, DR. AJEET KUMAR

Vol -  13, Issue- 6 ,         Page(s) : 158 - 163  (2022 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


V.D. Savarkar popularly called “Veer Savarkar” among the admirers has been one of the controversial figures of India’s freedom struggle, generally known as an ideologue of “Hindutva” and his association with Communal Organization “Hindu Mahasabha” made him untouchable in Secular democratic politics in India. The narrative may be different about him, but this paper discusses his early political life and career as a Revolutionary till his confinement in Andaman Cellular jail, it examines and explains the importance of his views in the context of the Revolutionary Movement against British Imperialism in early 20th Century.

The Tribune (Ambala), obituary section on the death of V.D. Savarkar,28th February 1966.
Vikram Sampath, A Echoes from a Forgotten Past 1883-1924, p.47
Sangat Singh, Freedom struggle in Delhi 1900 -1947, p.73-74, (The group of revolutionaries in Delhi led by Amir Chand were part of the Conspiracy of Hardinge bomb case of 1913, at the same time other active groups in Bengal under Aurobindo formed the first phase of revolutionary activities in post-Swadeshi days.)

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