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If the world is there today with peace and harmony, freedom and Happiness
It is because of the noble services, selfless work done by a few great leaders
One such is Martin Luther King, Jr., whose birth day is today!
King was the chief spokesperson for nonviolent activism
In the Civil Rights Movement, which successfully protested racial Discrimination in federal and state law.
He roared like these to take his people along with him:
What a travesty of fate- an Indian state under foreign yoke
Portuguese used to reign over the Indian state for long -their nose to poke!
Goa an Indian state, had to be liberated unfortunate it was.
Done on December Nineteenth, nineteen sixty one from four hundred and
Fifty years of Portuguese rule. Atrocious but funny!
What could not be cured had to be endured! Cure did come
Goa Liberation Day
गोवा मुक्ति दिवस
The War Memorial at Indian Naval Ship Gomantak.JPG
The War Memorial at Indian Naval Ship Gomantak was constructed in memory of seven young gallant sailors and other personnel who laid down their lives on 19 December 1961 in the “Operation Vijay (1961)” undertaken by the Indian Navy for liberation of Anjediva Island and Territories of Goa, Daman and Diu from the Portuguese rule in India.
Observed by Goans, Indians
Significance Liberation of Goa from Portugal
Date 19 December
Related to Goa liberation movement
Goa Liberation Day (गोवा मुक्ति दिवस) is observed on December 19 every year in India. The Goa Liberation Day is celebrated in commemoration of the Indian armed forces freeing Goa from Portuguese rule.
Goa, an Indian state, was liberated on December Nineteenth Nineteen Sixty One
from around 450 years of Portuguese rule.
“Here’s to the folks of Goa, Daman and Diu!”..
Our great holy homeland that is India -Bharath- was fragmented
Beyond recognition and the united India that we enjoy
Today is the result of noble and hard work put in by stalwart
And patriots like Gandhiji, Patelji Nehruji and their colleagues!
Seventeenth September today is Marathwada Liberation Day.
Youth of the Nation might not have heard of such a term in their lives!
Maharashtra today’s one of the premier states was not a part of India!
Marathwada Liberation Day, celebrated in Maharashtra
Marking the anniversary of Marathwada integration
With India when the Indian military, invaded State of Hyderabad,
Defeated he Nizam to merge Hyderabad into the Indian Union
On Seventeenth September Nineteen Forty Eight, staggering thirteen
Months after Indian independence.India gained independence
From British on Fifteenth August After the partition princely states
Had the option to join either India or Pakistan
The ruler of Hyderabad Osman Ali Khan decided to be independent.
Appealed to the United Nations that his princely state,
Including Marathwada And Telangana regions, be granted statehood.
During the revolt Marathwada Saw major uprisings against the Razakars .
Swami Ramanand Tirth, Govindbhai Shroff, Vijayendra Kabra and
Ramanbhai Parikh and P H Patwardhan.
The Indian government appeared anxious to avoid a “Balkanization”
Of the new country and was determined to integrate Hyderabad into Indian Union.
Amidst the unrest the Indian government launched a military operation
Named Operation Polo which it termed a “police action”. The operation
Itself took five days, in which the Razakars were defeated
And Hyderabad was annexed.
My holy and great Motherland gave birth to several greats
To take care of hard won freedom and its democratic values
Great Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as one such Prime Minister
Friend of the poor Chief Minister Kamaraj great and selfless worker!
Humble worker of the Congress movement under Mahatmaji
Born on Fifteenth of July in the year Nineteen Thousand Three
In the South of my sacred homeland-India that is Bharath
Led the State and the Nation in a variety of noble ways!
The greatest Chief Minister Tamil Nadu privileged to have
The finest King Maker of India ever seen and had
His selfless service and sacrifices made him the noblest
Ever remembered for eternity- let us seek his blessings!
World thrives on the sacrifices of thousands of its sons and daughters
It is for the world to remember and follow their foot steps and serve!
Sacrifices for the family, society, nation and the world
In any form or mode- sacrifices sure deserve honor quite bold!
Eighteenth March is today National Supreme Sacrifice Day
To honor those who made tremendous sacrifices for the sake
And the good of others as well as those who sacrifice their lives
Every day for us.! The men and women in uniform who have lay
Down their lives protecting their country and communities. And those
Who stepped forward during times of crisis to rescue a stranger
Or a neighbor and gave the supreme sacrifice now and then.
These sacrifices don’t come in uniform often remain unsung.
An assassin is sung today- with a temple for him and books published
As inhumanly planned by some at the Center! The assassinated
Getting into oblivion- a paradox we see here in our
Holy Motherland India that is Bharath! Let us arrest the trend!
Lala Lajpat Rai was born on this day in Eighteen Sixty Five
A holy day in the history of my Motherland India -fine
Born in Punjab – prominent nationalist leader played great role
In our struggle for freedom. He was titled ‘Punjab Kesari’
‘The Lion of Punjab’. founded Punjab National Bank a nice Bank.
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
In Hisar Haryana named after Lajpatji right and fitting.
India the great our homeland has given birth to great stalwarts
One is Lala Lajpat Rai involving himself in freedom struggle
We fondly remember him on this day and pay our respects
We are to emulate such great SERVANTS of INDIA and serve!