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  • Indian heroes By Aravind Narayan
  • Guess the leader! • I will give you clues for every one with the maximum of 5, • If you get it in one, you get five points, • Two, you get four points • Three you get three points • Four you get two points • Finally if it takes five, you get one point, • If you still can’t get it you get no points.
  • Freedom is not worth having unless you also have the freedom to make mistakes Assassinated by Nathuram Godse Studied law in London Led the Dandi March Worked in South Africa as a lawyer
  • It was Gandhiji
  • She was a distinguished poet. She was famously known as Bharatiya Kokila She wanted women's rights and Indian national movement in the wake of partition of Bengal in 1905 Her collections included "The golden threshold (1905)", "The bird of time (1912)", and "The broken wing (1912)" She was the first Indian woman to become the President of the Indian National Congress
  • It was Sarojini Naidu
  • He was elected to the Royal Society of London in 1924 His work was on the scattering of light He joined the Indian Finance Department in 1907 He was the first Indian scholar who studied fully in India and received the Nobel Prize. The British made him a knight of the British Empire in 1929
  • It was CV Raman
  • Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies I do not pray for success, I ask for faithfulness She was honored with the Nobel Prize for her work. She was a Catholic nun She received the Bharat Ratna
  • It was Mother Teresa
  • He established Viswabharati University He was a supporter of Gandhiji but he stayed out of politics Two songs from his collection are now the national anthems of India and Bangladesh He became the first Asian to became Nobel laureate when he won Nobel Prize for his collection of poems In 1915 he was knighted by the British King George V
  • It was Rabindranath Tagore
  • He won the Sahitya Akademi Award for The Guide , Padma Bhushan , and AC Benson Medal by the Royal Society of Literature His writing style was simplicity and subtle humour He told stories of ordinary people trying to live their simple lives in a changing world He began his writing career with Swami and Friends He was also given honorary doctorates by the University of Mysore, Delhi University and the University of Leeds.
  • It was R.K. Narayan
  • He provided spiritual enlightenment to the people of Bengal He played a key role in the social reform movement in Bengal in 19th century He prayed to Goddess Kali to reveal Herself to him. One day he was so impatient to see Goddess Kali that he decided to end his life. He seized a sword hanging on the wall and was about to kill himself with it, when he is reported to have seen light coming from the deity in waves. He is said to have been soon overwhelmed by the waves and fell unconscious on the floor. He taught non-stop for fifteen years the basic truths of religion through metaphors, songs and by his own life experiences His original name was Gadadhar Chattopadhyay
  • It was Ramakrishna Paramhansa
  • He played a major role in the spiritual enlightenment of masses He showed a beacon of light to a nation that had lost faith in its ability under British rule and inspired self-confidence He reached Kanyakumari, the southern most tip of the Indian subcontinent on December24, 1892. He swam across the sea and started meditating on a rock Swami Vivekananda went to America to attend the Conference of World Religions in Chicago. He got wild applause for beginning his address with the famous words, “Sisters and brothers of America” As a child Narendra had great respect for holy men. He would give away anything to anybody if asked for
  • It was Swami Vivekananda
  • He had the honor of being India's first pilot He launched Air India International as India's first international airline He received Bharat Ratna in 1992. He was elected Chairman of Tata & Sons making him the head of the largest industrial group in India On his death, the Indian Parliament was adjourned in his memory, an honor not usually given to people who are not Members of Parliament
  • It was JRD Tata
  • He became first Prime Minister of independent India He received education in some of the finest schools and universities of the world. He did his schooling from Harrow and completed his Law degree from Trinity College, Cambridge His real initiation into politics came when he came in contact with Mahatma Gandhi in 1919 He played a key role in building modern India He was one of the foremost leaders of Indian freedom struggle.
  • It was Jawaharlal Nehru
  • In the year 1979, she was chosen as the representative of India to the UN Human Rights Commission She was the first woman to hold a prestigious position in the cabinet She was elected to the provincial legislature of the United Provinces She had an interest in writing. Her writings consist of The Evolution of India and The Scope of Happiness: A Personal Memoir From 1962 to 1964, she served as the governor of Maharashtra
  • It was Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
  • He was so great a person that he dedicated his entire life to the care of leprosy patients Baba Amte started the Unite India movement beginning from Kanyakumari to Kashmir and then again from Gujarat to Arunachal Pradesh. The main objective was to reinstate peace and to create environmental awareness The Government of India presented him with the Padma Shree Award, then the Padma Vibhushan in the year 1986, then the Welfare of the Disabled award was presented to him and the Gandhi Peace Prize He was of the greatest social reformers in India Often he sacrificed his health to help experiments to help against leprosy
  • It was Baba Amte