10 Lines On Veer Savarkar -Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was an Indian politician, activist, and writer who was referred to among his supporters by the honorific prefix Veer. While imprisoned in Ratnagiri in 1922, he created the Hindu nationalist political philosophy known as Hindutva. He held a prominent position in the Hindu Mahasabha.
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10 Lines On Veer Savarkar
1) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was a social activist, writer, and liberation warrior.
2) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar is credited with developing the “Hindutva” school of thought.
3) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was born in Nashik, Maharashtra, on May 28, 1833.
4) Savarkar founded the “Mitr Mela” youth organization when he was still in his early teens.
5) Tilak established the “Ganesh Utsav” and “Shivaji Jayanti,” which Savarkar used to coordinate.
6) Following his primary schooling, Savarkar enrolled at Fergusson College in Pune.
7) Savarkar organized all Indian students for the cause of independence when he was in London.
8) Because of his engagement in revolutionary operations, Savarkar was detained in London.
9) Savarkar was initially detained at Yeravda prison before being transferred to Andaman cellular prison.
10) Savarkar supported the notion of India as a Hindu Rashtra while serving as the president of the Hindu Mahasabha (Hindu Nation). From that point on, he began to militarise Hindus in order to free the nation and safeguard both Hindus and the nation going forward.
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1) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was a freedom fighter, social activist, writer, etc.
2) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was the formulator of the ‘Hindutva’ philosophy.
3) Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was born on 28th May 1833 in Nashik, Maharashtra.
4) Savarkar in his early teenage organized a group of youth called ‘Mitr Mela’.
5) Savarkar used to organize ‘Shivaji Jayanti’ and ‘Ganesh Utsav’ started by Tilak.
6) After receiving elementary education, Savarkar went to Fergusson College, Pune.
7) While in London Savarkar united all the Indian students for freedom the struggle.
8) Savarkar was arrested in London for involvement in revolutionary activities.
9) Firstly, Savarkar was in Yeravda jail and then shifted into Andaman cellular jail.
10) Savarkar died on 24th February 1911 in Bombay due to his bad health condition.