Ram Prasad Bismil was a revolutionary leader who fought for India’s struggle for freedom. He was the follower of the extremist’s view of the Congress party and adopted militant like strategies to defeat the Britishers. He was involved in several conspiracies like Mainpuri conspiracy and Kakori conspiracy where many Britishers were killed. Ram Prasad Bismil also launched a party called the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA). Ram Prasad Bismil was not only a freedom fighter but also an eminent writer of Hindi and Urdu both. He wrote several poems and compositions in both languages.
Ten Lines on Ram Prasad Bismil
1) Ram Prasad Bismil was a revolutionary freedom fighter of Indian freedom struggle.
2) Bismil was not only a freedom fighter but he was also a poet of Hindi and Urdu.
3) Ram Prasad Bismil was born on 11th June 1897 at Shahjahanpur of erstwhile UP.
4) In childhood, Bismil learned Hindi and Urdu and also went to the English school.
5) In parallel to that Bismil was an ardent follower of Arya Samaj in Shahjahanpur.
6) Ram Prasad Bismil formed a revolutionary organization known as ‘Matrivedi’.
7) Bismil launched a party called Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA).
8) The First activity which Bismil did through HSRA is Kakori train robbery in Lucknow.
9) Ram Prasad Bismil proved to be a brave leader after the Kakori train robbery incident.
10) Ram Prasad Bismil was hanged to death on 19th December 1927 in Gorakhpur, UP.
1) Ram Prasad Bismil was a great revolutionary who was a part of India’s struggle for freedom; he was also a great patriotic poet of Hindi and Urdu.
2) Ram Prasad Bismil was among the few revolutionaries like Chandra Shekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, etc who took up the militant tactics for the freedom struggle.
3) Ram Prasad Bismil was born in Shahjahanpur of north-west provinces, his father was ‘Murlidhar’ and his mother was ‘Moolmati’.
4) In childhood Ram Prasad Bismil was a prodigy, he was specialized in Hindi as well as in Urdu both, he uses to write poems with the names of Bismil, Agyat, Ram, etc.
5) Ram Prasad Bismil was closely associated with ‘Arya Samaj’ and later he came in touch with Lala Hardayal and Swami Somdev, a preacher of Arya Samaj.
6) Ram Prasad Bismil was one of the founding members of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, (HSRA), a revolutionary group for the freedom struggle.
7) On 28th January 1918, in order to raise funds for the party’s revolutionary activities, Bismil looted the money many times known as ‘Mainpuri conspiracy’.
8) In 1925, Ram Prasad Bismil and his colleagues planned ‘Kakori Conspiracy’ where a train was looted and money was taken out from there.
9) While looting the train in Kakori many of the revolutionaries were caught and arrested and Ram Prasad Bismil was also one of them, all were awarded death sentence.
10) Since Ram Prasad Bismil was a writer also, some of the collections of his literary works are ‘Mann Ki lahar’, ‘Swadeshi Rang’, ‘Swadhinta Ki Devi: Catherine’.
1) Whenever there is talk of great revolutionaries in India's independence history, the name of Ram Prasad Bismil will be taken with great respect and honour.
2) Ram Prasad 'Bismil' was not only a great revolutionary but also a high-quality poet, translator, multi-lingual and litterateur.
3) With his bravery and wisdom, he fought against British rule and sacrificed his life at the age of 30 for the independence of India.
4) Apart from the surname 'Bismil', he used to write articles and poems in the name of Ram and the unknown.
5) His famous composition 'Sarfaroshi ki Tamanna.' was loved and sung by many revolutionaries and they swung on the gallows for the freedom of the country.
6) During his revolutionary life of about 11 years, he wrote many books and published them himself.
7) Almost all the books published during his lifetime were confiscated by the British Government.
8) Ram Prasad Bismil shook the foundation of the English empire by executing the 'Mainpuri Kand' and 'Kakori Kand'.
9) On 9 August 1925, the government treasury was looted by stopping the train at Kakori station near Lucknow in his leadership.
10) Ramprasad Bismil was sentenced to death along with Ashfaq Ulla Khan, Rajendra Lahiri and Roshan Singh and was hanged in Gorakhpur jail on 19th December 1927.
1) Ram Prasad Bismil was born on 11 June 1897 in Shahjahanpur district of Uttar Pradesh.
2) His father's name was Muralidhar and his mother's name was Moolmati.
3) When Ramprasad was in class IX, he came in contact with Arya Samaj and after that, his life changed.
4) During the Congress session in Lucknow in 1916, he met Keshav Baliram Hedgewar, Somdev Sharma and Mukundilal, etc.
5) After this, with the help of some colleagues, he published a book called 'History of American Independence' which was banned by the Uttar Pradesh government as soon as it was published.
6) In January 1918, Bismil published a pamphlet titled 'Desh Ke Naam Sandesh' and began distributing it along with his poem 'Pledge of Mainpuri'.
7) Hearing the verdict in the Mainpuri Conspiracy 'trial, the British judge declared Bismil and Dixit to be fugitives.
8) In 1921, he attended the Ahmedabad session of the Congress and along with Maulana Hasrat Mohani was instrumental in getting the resolution of 'Purna Swaraj' passed in the Congress General Assembly.
9) On October 3, 1924, a meeting of the Hindustan Republican Association was held in Kanpur where he met Shachindranath Sanyal and Yogesh Chandra Chatterjee.
10) To fulfill the need for money for party work, Bismil planned to loot the government treasury and on 9th August 1925, the government treasury was looted at Kakori station near Lucknow.
Ram Prasad Bismil once said these few lines “Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna ab Humare Dil me Hai, Dekhna hai Zor Kitna Baazu-e-Qatil me hai” which means the desire for revolution is in our hearts, we shall see how much strength lies in the arms of the enemy). Ram Prasad Bismil was never afraid of dying but rather he wanted to see the country to be independent. He carried all the revolutionary activities to curb the atrocities of the Britishers in India.