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Veer Savarkar__Life Chronology

Veer Savarkar__Life Chronology

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Life Chronology of Great Freedom Fighter and Hindu Nationalist Veer Savarkar (28 May 1883-26 Feb 1966)
Source : www.savarkar.org
Life Chronology of Great Freedom Fighter and Hindu Nationalist Veer Savarkar (28 May 1883-26 Feb 1966)
Source : www.savarkar.org

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Veer Savarkar
Chronology of Life
(28 May 1883 - 26 Feb 1966)
 
www.savarkar.org
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28 May 1883 Born in Bhagur, a tiny village in Dist. Nasik, Maharashtra1892 Lost his mother Radhabai1898 Took an oath before the family deity to conduct armed revolt againstBritish Rule09 Sep 1898 Lost his father Damodarpant01 Jan 1900 Founded
Mitra Mela,
a secret revolutionary society01 Mar 1901 Married Yamuna (Mai)19 Dec 1901 Passed Matriculation examination24 Jan 1902 Joined Fergusson College, PuneMay 1904 Founded
 Abhinav Bharat
- A revolutionary organisationNov 1905 Organised the first public bonfire of foreign clothes in PuneDec 1905 Passed B.A. examinationJun 1906 Left for London10 May 1907 Celebrated Golden Jubilee of Indian War of Independence 1857 inLondonJun 1907 Wrote the book “Joseph Mazzini” which was later published by
 
Babarao Savarkar1908 Wrote 'Indian War of Independence 1857'. It was secretly published inHollandMay 1909 Passed Bar-at-Law examination, but granting of permission topractice was denied01 July 1909 Madanlal Dhingra shot dead Curzon Wyllie in London24 Oct 1909 Vijayadashmi celebrated under the Chairmanship of Gandhi at IndiaHouse, London13 Mar 1910 Arrested on arrival in London from Paris08 Jul 1910 Epic escape through the port hole of SS Morea while being taken toIndia24 Dec 1910 Awarded Transportation for Life31 Jan 1911 Awarded Transportation for Life for the second time, the only personin the history of the British Empire to have received it twice04 Jul 1911 Entered the Cellular Jail, AndamansApril 1919 Yesuvahini, the wife of his elder brother passed away21 May 1921 Both brothers brought back to the Indian mainland1921-1923 Lodged at Alipore and Ratnagiri Jails06 Jan 1924 Released from Yerawada Prison and interned in Ratnagiri oncondition that he would not participate in politics07 Jan 1925 Daughter Prabhat was born10 Jan 1925 A new weekly “Shraddhanand” launched in memory of SwamiShraddhanandji of Arya SamajMar 1925 Dr. Hedgewar, who was to found the RSS later, met Savarkar01 Mar 1927 Gandhi called on Savarkar at Ratnagiri17 Mar 1928 Son Vishwas was born16 Nov 1930 First interdining organized as a part of social reform campaignFeb 1931 Instrumental in establishment of 
Patitpavan Mandir 
open to allHindus25 Feb 1931 Presided over Bombay Presidency Untouchability EradicationConference
 
26 Apr 1931 Chairman of the Somvanshi Mahar Parishad in the premises of 
Patitpavan Mandir 
 17 Sep 1931 Arranged programmes such as
keertan
by a person belonging to the
bhangi
caste, interdining of 75 ladies as a part of social reformcampaign22 Sep 1931 Prince of Nepal, Hem Bahadur Samsher Singh called on Savarkar10 May 1937 Unconditional release from internment at Ratnagiri10 Dec 1937 Elected as President of Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha at its 19thSession at Karnavati
 
(Ahmedabad) and continued to be re-electedPresident for the next seven years15 Apr 1938 Elected as President of Marathi Sahitya Sammelan01 Feb 1939 Started unarmed resistance against the Nizam of Bhaganagar(Hyderabad)22 Jun 1941 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose called on Savarkar25 Dec 1941 Bhagalpur struggleMay 1943 Public felicitations on the occasion of 61st birth anniversary14 Aug 1943 University of Nagpur conferred Honorary D.Litt. on Savarkar05 Nov 1943 Elected president of Marathi Natya Sammelan at Sangli16 Mar 1945 Elder brother Babarao passed away19 Apr 1945 Presided over All India Princely States Hindu Sabha Conference atBaroda (Gujarat)08 May 1945 Daughter Prabhat married at PuneApr 1946 Bombay Government lifted ban on Savarkar’s literature15 Aug 1947 Hoisted both Bhagwa and Tricolour Flags on Savarkar Sadantocelebrate India's independence05 Feb 1948 Arrested under the Preventive Detention Act after Gandhi's murder10 Feb 1949 Acquitted in Gandhi Murder Trial19 Oct 1949 Youngest brother Dr. Narayanrao Savarkar passed awayDec 1949 Inaugurated Calcutta session of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha04 Apr 1950 Was arrested and detained in Belgaum jail on the eve of arrival of Pakistani Prime Minister Liaquat Ali in DelhiMay 1952 Public function held at Pune to announce the dissolution of 

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