Saturday, April 30, 2011

My thought for the day as envisaged & flashed by me on the f.b. of April 27, 2011.

Bishwa Nath Singh

One should not be obstinate rather rational in his/her behavior.


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

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Bishwa Nath Singh :

It's my thought for the day that I would like to share with everybody.One can follow example of Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of Indian Republic.He was the youngest son of Mahadev Sahay and Kamleshwari Dev who. was born on 3, 1884 in Ziradevi village in Siwan district of Bihar State of India. As per custom prevalent those days, 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 the brilliant student of his time and got postgraduate degree of Master 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.He was highly impressed by Mahatma Gandhi’s dedication, courage and conviction and that tempted him to join Mahatma Gandhi in the freedom struggle. He was actively involved in the Non Cooperation Movement, Salt Stayagraha and Champaran Agrarian Agitation. In 1934, while Dr. Rajendra Prasad was in jail, 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. In 1934, he was elected as the President of Indian National Congress and in 1950 as President of independent India. As a President, he served the country for twelve years and relinquished in 1962. In the subsequent year he was honored with the nation’s highest national civilian award of Bharat Ratna He lived for almost a year after that he left for his heavenly abode on February 28, 1963 at Patna.Let us join to pay our humble obeisance to His lotus feet and derive lesson from His life never to be obestinate rather rational in our behavior if we wish to be successful in our life!

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