Tuesday, March 8, 2011

My thought for the day as envisaged & flashed by me on the f.b. of March 8,2011.

Bishwa Nath Singh

The success comes to those who strive hard for it with all sincerity and devotion at their command.


(Photo of Dr. Rajendra Prasad,the first President of Republic of India)

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Bishwa Nath Singh:
It's my thought for the day that I would like to share with everybody. The above picture is that of Dr. Rajendra Prasad who was a glaring example of it. He was the youngest son of Mahadev Sahay and Kamleshwari Devi. As per their custom, he... was put under a Maulavi to learn Persian at the age of five. Later on, he also learnt Hindi and arithmetic. He got married to Rajvanshi Devi at the age of twelve After marriage, he gave the entrance examination for Calcutta University and got scholarship there. He was a brilliant student and earned Masters Degree in Law. In 1905, Dr Rajendra Prasad plunged a headlong into the Swadeshi Movement and later on joined the Dawn Society run by Satish Chandra Mukherjee and Sister Nivedita. A new awareness was dawning into him under the influence of Mahatma Gandhi. Highly impressed by Gandhi Ji’s dedication, courage and conviction, he joined him in the freedom struggle. He was actively involved in the Non Cooperation Movement, Salt Stayagraha and Champaran Agrarian Agitation. In 1934, while he was going under imprisonment, a devastating earthquake struck Bihar. He was soon released after that and he completely dedicated himself to raise funds for the victims of earthquake. He was successful in doing so and further to it in 1935 during the Quetta earthquake he had set up relief committees. n 1934, he was elected as the President of Indian National Congress and in 1950 as the first President of Republic of India. As a President, he served the country for twelve years and had retired in 1962. In the subsequent year he was honored with the the country’s highest civilian award Bharat Ratna. He lived for almost a year after that at Patna and then left for his heavenly abode on February 28, 1963. Thus the country had lost a most distinguished son of his motherland. By his hard labor, he had achieved hid grand success in his life who was known for his simplicity, passion and wisdom besides being a true Patriot of our mother land and a real good statesman who had worked out on our Indian Constitution with pride as he had honor to preside over the constituent Assembly for drafting constitution of our Independent country before he had become the first President of Republic of India.



..Eas Pethaperumaal :
fine information.Bishwa Nath Singh...g.

Vrunda Sakhi :
jai shree krushna.....radhe radhe.

March 8,2011.

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