10 lines on Chittaranjan Das

Chittaranjan Das or C.R. Das who is popularly known as ‘Deshbandhu’ was a great freedom fighter and a top leader of the Indian national movement. He was a good lawyer also who pleaded the case of Aurobindo Ghosh and saved him from going to jail. Chittaranjan Das hailed from a well- reputed family and his life was a bed of roses. After meeting Sarojini Naidu, Aurobindo Ghosh, etc in London, he gave up all the luxuries and involved in the freedom movement.

Chittaranjan Das was an eminent poet also and since he was in touch with all the literary societies of Calcutta, he wrote a poem for those organizations and became a prominent figure.

Ten Lines on Chittaranjan Das

Set 1

1) Chittaranjan Das was a freedom fighter and an activist of the Indian national movement.

2) Chittaranjan Das was popularly known as “Deshbandhu” which means a friend of the nation.

3) Chittaranjan Das was a prominent lawyer and founder of the ‘Swaraj Party’ unit in Bengal.

4) Chittaranjan Das was born on 5th November 1870 in Calcutta in a well-reputed family.

5) The family of Chittaranjan Das was full of lawyers, he also opted to pursue legal studies.

6) Chittaranjan Das joined Anushilan Samiti and was actively participating in its activities.

7) Chittaranjan Das became a leading figure in Bengal during the non-co-operation movement.

8) In 1921 Chittaranjan Das with his wife and his son were arrested by the British government.

9) Chittaranjan Das started a monthly journal called ‘Narayana’ with other eminent writers.

10) Chittaranjan Das died on 16th June 1925 due to high fever and with deteriorating health.


Set 2

1) Chittaranjan Das was a great freedom fighter of India, a nationalist leader who has a major contribution to the national freedom movement.

2) Chittaranjan Das who was popularly known as “Deshbandhu” which means friend of the nation, was also the political guru of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

3) Chittaranjan Das was born in Calcutta in a well- reputed family of Baidya das, his father was ‘Bhuban Mohan Das’ and his mother was ‘Nistarini Debi’.

4) Whole das family was a member of Brahma Samaj; Chittaranjan Das himself was closely associated with numerous literary societies and wrote poems for them.

5) After completing matriculation from Calcutta University, Chittaranjan Das went to England for higher studies and pursued his degree in legal studies.

6) While his stay in London, Chittaranjan Das met Sri Aurobindo Ghosh, Sarojini Naidu and others and they all made efforts to put Dadabhai Naoroji in the British parliament.

7) In 1894 Chittaranjan Das left his regular lucrative practice of law and moved to politics, he successfully defended Aurobindo Ghosh in the Alipore bombings case.

8) Chittaranjan Das was actively involved in Anushilan Samiti; he was a prominent figure in the non-co-operation movement from 1919 to 1922.

9) Chittaranjan Das formed the Swaraj party along with Motilal Nehru and Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy in 1923 to oppose British rule.

10) Chittaranjan Das was also an eminent writer and had published several magazines and journals like Narayan, mala, Sagar Sangeet, Antaryami, etc.


Set 3

 1) Chittaranjan Das, conferred by the title of Deshbandhu, was an effective leader of the Indian independence movement.

2) Chittaranjan Das was honest and polite by nature.

3) He was called Deshbandhu because of his unwavering love for the country.

4) He did not discriminate against any human being.

5) He also took out a newspaper 'forward' and then later renamed it 'Liberty to Fight the British Raj'.

6) Chittaranjan Das was one of the main leaders of Bengal during the Non-Cooperation Movement in Bengal in between 1919-1922.

7) He also strongly opposed British clothes and burned his own European clothes and started wearing Khadi clothes.

8) He also founded the Swarajya Party in 1923 in association with Motilal Nehru and the young Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy.

9) He died on 16 June 1925 after a prolonged illness and poor health.

10) Thousands of people were present in his funeral and he was given fire at the Koratala Mahasamasan (crematorium) in Calcutta.

Set 4

 1) Chittaranjan Das was a great freedom fighter, politician, lawyer and journalist of India.

2) Along with being an important nationalist leader, he was also a successful jurist.

3) During the freedom movement, he defended Arvindo Ghosh, the accused of 'Alipore Conspiracy Case ' in 1908.

4) Like many other nationalists and patriots, he gave up his advocacy on the occasion of 'Non-Cooperation Movement ' and gave all his assets to the Medical College and Women's Hospital.

5) He played an important role in the Indian National Congress and was also elected as the President of the party.

6) In 1917, he had played a major role in getting the post of President of Calcutta Congress to Mrs. Annie Besant.

7) He gave up living a luxurious life and travelled all over the country preaching the principles of the Indian National Congress.

8) His residence in Darjeeling is now run by the state government as a mother-child protection center.

9) The ' Chittaranjan Park ' area in South Delhi is home to many Bengalis who came to India after Partition.

10) Many institutes were named after him at various places in the country such as Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute, Chittaranjan Park, Deshbandhu College etc.


Chittaranjan Das was such a prominent figure in the Indian freedom movement that he opposed the British rule physically as well as he was also a big criticizer through his writing in different magazines and newspapers. Once upon a time during the non-co-operation movement, Chittaranjan Das was arrested along with his wife and his son. Chittaranjan Das along with Motilal Nehru and Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy formed Swaraj party demanding self-rule in India.