10 Lines on Jatindranath Mukherjee

Jatindranath Mukherjee popularly known as Bagha Jatin was a revolutionary freedom fighter who died for the freedom of his motherland. He was a revolutionary since childhood and when he started going college he came into contact with other revolutionaries. Bagha Jatin was so much impressed by the philosophy of Swami Vivekanand especially for the political freedom of India. Bagha Jatin decided to carry out this philosophy in his freedom struggle.

Jatindranath Mukherjee was such a leader that he formed his own group of like-minded revolutionary people who can carry out the freedom struggle movements.

Ten Lines on Jatindranath Mukherjee in English

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10 Lines on Jatindranath Mukherjee – Set 1

1) Jatindranath Mukherjee was a great freedom fighter who died for her motherland.

2) People use to call Jatindranath Mukherjee as ‘Bagha Jatin’ i.e. ‘Jatin, the Tiger’.

3) Mukherjee was born on 8th December 1879 in Nadia district of erstwhile Bengal.

4) Mukherjee joined Krishnanagar Anglo-vernacular (A.V. School) school in 1895.

5) Mukherjee joined Calcutta central college to study fine arts after his schooling.

6) Jatindranath Mukherjee became one of the founders of ‘Anushilan Samiti’ in 1900.

7) In 1905 Mukherjee tried to capture the coach of the prince of wales, the future emperor.

8) In 1908 Mukherjee and other revolutionaries were arrested in Alipore conspiracy.

9) Jatindranath Mukherjee was once again arrested in Howrah-Shibpur conspiracy case.

10) Jatindranath died on 10th September 1915 in Balasore in an encounter with Britishers.


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10 Lines on Jatindranath Mukherjee – Set 2

1) Jatindranath Mukherjee was an eminent revolutionary freedom fighter who fought against the British rule in India till his last breath.

2) Jatindranath Mukherjee popularly known as ‘Bagha Jatin’ was an aspiration to “Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib-ur-Rahman” for the liberation of Bangladesh.

3) Bagha Jatin was born in ‘Kaya gram’ village in Kushtia division of Nadia district, his father was ‘Umesh Chandra Mukherjee’ and mother was ‘Sharatshashi’.

4) Bagha Jatin was very much influenced by the teachings of Swami Vivekananda especially the concept of politically independent India.

5) Fed up with the British system of education, Jatindranath Mukherjee left for Muzaffarpur in 1899 as a secretary of barrister ‘Pringle Kennedy’.

6) In 1906 Jatindranath Mukherjee fought with a royal Bengal tiger all alone for more than three hours and killed that tiger, then he got the name “Bagha Jatin”.

7) Bagha Jatin proudly took the path of violence and was fully involved in ‘Poorna Swaraj’, he sought Germany’s help with arms and funds for the freedom struggle.

8) When the consignment of arms was reaching to Balasore in Orissa’s coast, its information was somehow leaked and Britishers took action against it.

9) When Bagha Jatin and his colleagues reached the port to receive the consignment, a heavy encounter occurred between Bagha Jatin’s group and Britishers.

10) Both sides involved in the heavy exchange of fire in which heavy casualties happened where Bagha Jatin was killed in that encounter leaving other members injured.

Jatindranath Mukherjee was such a nationalist that he did not hesitate to fight with the Britishers. He started an armed rebellion against the British rule and to uproot them he also visited Germany for help and support of the German government in India’s freedom struggle. Although Jatindranath did not become successful in his mission he sacrificed his life and his sacrifice intensified the nature of the freedom struggle of India in the coming days.