Forums Chat Annouce Calender Remote
Freedom Fighters

Sardar Patel

Bal Gangadhar Tilak Bhagath Singh
Khudiram Bose Ramaprasad Bismil
Ashfaqulla Khan Tatia Tope
Madame Cama
Major Sections
Biographies of Great Indians & Hindus
* Freedom Fighters
* Great Kings
* Gods & Goddesses
* Sages,Rushis & Saints
* Scientists & Philosophers
* Great  Devotees
* Great Poets
* Great Leaders
* Great Personalities


A National Leader

It was Deepavali in 1898; Tilak was released from jail. The joy of the people was beyond words. There were illumina- tions and fireworks everywhere. There was a heavy rush of people to have 'darshan' of Tilak. He was taken in a procession through the main streets of Pune.

People shed tears of joy. Mothers and children worshipped Tilak's portrait in their homes by lighting incense and camphor.

Tilak, who was a regional leader, now became the national leader. Every Indian's heart was filled with reverence for Tilak.

His sufferings in the jail had made him very weak. His eyes were sunken and thebones in the cheeks protruded. But after his release in a few days his health improved.

Back ] Up ] Next ]

Bal Gangadhar Tilak - A Great Freedom Fighter who called ' The Lion of India'
About Tilak
Intelligent But Mischievous
Dedication to the Country
The New School-A Banyan Tree
World of Journalism
Farewell To His Own Institution
Significant Years
Government's Celebrations Amidst Corpses
"Has the Government gone mad?"
A Lion Even In The Cage
You are Here! National Leader
The Sacred Word: 'Swadeshi'
A Shameless Government
The Country's Misfortune
Exciled from the Country
A Scholar And a Hero Even In Jail
In India
Swaraj - Our Birth Right!
A Light Sixty Years Old
In England
The Lion of India is No More
A Great Life A Great Man


This site is part of Dharma Universe LLC websites.
Copyrighted 2009-2014, Dharma Universe.