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CHANDRASHEKHAR AZAD “Dushman Ki Goliyon Ka Hum Samna Karenge.  Azad bee Tahe hain, Azad hee rahenge”.    —Azad Chandrashekhar Azad was born on 23rd July, 1906 in village Bhavra in Fhabua district of Madhya Pradesh to Pandit Sita Ram Tiwari and Jagrani Devi. Pandit Sita Ram Tiwari, father of Chandrashekhar Azad, was a poor, orthodox Brahmin, who had to leave his home village Badarka (UP) in search of livelihood. He served as a watchman in a State garden in Bhavra, a village formerly in Alirajpur State and now in the Jhabua District of Madhya Pradesh. It was here in a bamboo hut plastered with mud that Jagrani Devi gave birth to Chandrashekhar Azad. He received his early schooling in Bhavra. For higher studies he went to the Sanskrit Pathshala at Varanasi. He was fond of wandering and hunting with Bhil boys of his neighbourhood with bow and arrows. This was very much disliked by his orthodox father. Those were the days of the great national upsurge of non-violent Non-cooperation Movement of 1920-21 under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi. Young Chandrashekhar along with other students was fascinated and drawn into it. By nature, he loved energetic activities more than passive studies. Very soon, he became a favourite of the local leaders...
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