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Title Baba Sohan Singh Bhakna Life of The Founder of The Ghadar Party
Description This is a comprehensive biographical profile of one of the greatest Indian freedom fighters and a social crusader Sohan Singh Bhakna (1870-1966). He was not only a founder of famous Ghadar Party and Ghadar Movement but an active participant in the militant struggle for India's freedom. The account records his organizing activities in America and India and his thirty years imprisonment and sacrifices. The account is an inspiring document which evokes feelings of patriotism, selfless sacrifice and life-long devotion and commitment to nation's welfare. The account is chronological, full of details about this revolutionary's participation in several militant activities. It is a remarkable portrayal of a great freedom fighter and a tribute to his services for the nation. Being a contemporary of the legendary revolution, this portrayal is an almost-eye-witness account of this national hero's life.
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