Dr. Rajendra Prasad was a freedom fighter, social and political activist, teacher, lawyer who served as the first president of independent India and was re-elected for consecutive 2 times tenure. Rajendra Prasad was a very close aide to Gandhiji and he also participated in all the movements which were started by Gandhiji right from Champaran Satyagraha to non-co-operation movement and as well as in quit India movement of 1942.
Rajendra Prasad was a successful teacher as well as a lawyer; he started his career as a professor in Muzaffarpur and then changed to become a lawyer in Calcutta high court.
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1) Rajendra Prasad was a freedom fighter, social activist and a lawyer by profession.
2) Rajendra Prasad was the first president of independent India from 1950 to 1962.
3) Rajendra Prasad was born on 3rd December 1884 in Ziradei village of Siwan district.
4) Rajendra Prasad did his basic schooling from Chhapra and high school from Patna.
5) Rajendra Prasad first started his career as a teacher and then he became a noted lawyer.
6) Rajendra Prasad was introduced to Congress in 1906 and formally joined it in 1911.
7) Rajendra Prasad met Mahatma Gandhi at a session of Congress in Lucknow in 1916.
8) Rajendra Prasad actively participated in quit India and non-co-operation movements.
9) Rajendra Prasad became president of India and re-elected for two consecutive terms.
10) Rajendra Prasad died on 28th February 1963 in Patna after resigning as the president.
1) Rajendra Prasad was a freedom fighter, a social activist, teacher, and lawyer, he took part in many movements which were started by Mahatma Gandhi.
2) Rajendra Prasad was one of the prominent leaders of India like Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, etc who sacrificed their lives to India.
3) Rajendra Prasad was born in Ziradei village of Siwan district of Bihar, his father was ‘Mahadev Sahay’ and his mother was ‘Kamleshwari Devi’.
4) At an early age, Rajendra Prasad was taught by a Maulvi and later he was admitted to Chhapra Zila high school and later admitted to T.K. Ghosh Academy in Patna.
5) Rajendra Prasad completed his graduation and post-graduation in economics from Calcutta, he also pursued his degree in law in 1915 from Allahabad University.
6) Rajendra Prasad started his career firstly as a professor in English in ‘Langat Singh College’, Muzaffarpur then he switched on as a lawyer in Calcutta in 1911.
7) When Gandhiji visited Champaran in 1917 for launching ‘Champaran Satyagraha’, Rajendra Prasad also assisted him with all of his energy.
8) In 1920 when Gandhiji launched a non-co-operation movement all over India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad left his legal practice and joined the movement.
9) On 26th January 1950, Dr. Rajendra Prasad became the first president of independent India, on the same day the Republic of India came into existence.
10) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was conferred with the highest civilian honor ‘Bharat Ratna’ in 1962 after his retirement from the post of president of India.
1) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the first President of India.
2) He was born on 3rd December 1884.
3) He actively participated in the freedom struggle of India.
4) He was among the prominent leaders of Bihar joining the Congress.
5) Postgraduate Dr. Rajendra Prasad was a great supporter of Mahatma Gandhi in advocacy.
6) Dr. Rajendra Prasad had to go to jail with Mahatma Gandhi for the Satyagraha movement in 1931 and the Quit India movement in 1942.
7) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was born in a rich landholding Kayasth Hindu family in Siwan, Bihar.
8) Seeing his contribution towards the nation, he was also honored with the country’s highest award Bharat Ratna.
9) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was born on December 3 in a Kayastha family in Jiradei village in Siwan district, Bihar.
10) Dr. Rajendra Prasad got married at the age of 12. His wife’s name was Rajvanshi Devi.
1) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was a famous freedom fighter and the first President of independent India.
2) He was so intelligent that once during the examination, the teacher who evaluated his answer sheet had written on his sheet that ‘the examinee is better than the examiner’.
3) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was greatly influenced by Mahatma Gandhi and was also a supporter.
4) During the Champaran movement, when he saw Gandhiji working, he could not stop himself from being part of the Champaran movement with Gandhiji.
5) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was a very simple and big-hearted person with a love for people and service to the country.
6) He fully supported Gandhiji’s attitude towards untouchability and caste.
7) Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the President of the Indian Congress from the year 1934 to 1935.
8) In the year 1946, Dr. Rajendra Prasad served the country as Food and Agriculture Minister and after independence, he was elected as President of India.
9) In the Salt Satyagraha movement started in 1930, Dr. Rajendra Prasad appeared as a fast-tracked activist.
10) Dr. Rajendra Prasad died on 28th February 1963 at the age of 78 in Patna in Bihar.
Rajendra Prasad fought for the freedom of India wholeheartedly with every movement launched by Gandhiji. He gave up his successful career as a lawyer and jumped into the freedom struggle. Rajendra Prasad also promoted ‘swadeshi’ in their homes and nearby places to promote the use of Indian goods and to discourage the use of imported or foreign-made goods. Rajendra Prasad also became the first president of independent India in 1950.