Idols of freedom fighters will now grace Pratap Gaurav Kendra. The gallery will display the contribution of these martyrs towards India’s independence.
The land of Mewar is well known for its valour and courage. No other historical incident can beat the the contribution of fighters from Mewar. Many incidents contribute to the development of feelings of bravery, patriotism and social welfare. All this has been brought to life in Pratap Gaurav Kendra.
The gallery in this centre that inculcates feelings of pride by the name itself, displays idols of various freedom fighters who laid down their life while fighting against the Britishers. These idols are made of fibre. There are 22 idols each bearing name along with date of birth and date of martyrdom. Their slogans and contributions have also been mentioned. This will throw light on their contribution and make it easy for the tourists to understand better.
The gallery is dedicated to the sacrifice of all the freedom fighters who fought for and laid down their lives between the revolution of 1857 and Indian independence in 1947. The gallery was inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi on his recent Udaipur visit on 29th August. The idols on display are of Subhash Chandra Bose, Ashfaqulla Khan, ChandraShekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru, Hemu Kalani, Mangal Pandey, Tatya Tope, Ram Singh Kuka, Birsa Munda, Vasudev Balwant Phadke, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Damodar Chaphekar, Bal Krishna Chaphekar, Vinayak Savarkar, Khudiram Bose, Madan Lal Dhingra, Maharishi Arvind Ghosh, Udham Singh, Dr. Hegdewar and Ram Prasad Bismil.
Land of Mewar bows to all these freedom fighters and wants the world to remember them forever. The gallery will bring to life the contribution of these freedom fighters even for generations to come. Their contribution can never be forgotten.
Source : patrikanews