2) Chandrashekhar Azad’s own martyrdom robbed him of the opportunity of working for the establishment of the socialistic society he had dreamed about with comrades. Comment on Azad’s ideology and his contributions to India’s struggle for Independence.
- February 28, 2018
- Posted by: INSIGHTS
- Category: INSIGHTS
Topic: The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country.
2) Chandrashekhar Azad’s own martyrdom robbed him of the opportunity of working for the establishment of the socialistic society he had dreamed about with comrades. Comment on Azad’s ideology and his contributions to India’s struggle for Independence. (250 Words)
Why this question?
It is his 87th death anniversary. As it is specifically mentioned in news about ‘personalities’ and ‘contributors’ to India’s independence, it’s better to prepare comprehensively on these freedom fighters who are in news. Of course, we should never forget these heroes.
Key demand of the question:
Entire focus should be on his ideology and contributions. However, you should comment on these aspects.
Comment– You should write your opinion on Azad’s ideology and contribution. Mere presentation of facts should be avoided.
Structure of Answer:
In the introduction, write 2-3 lines on how heroes like Azad has left indelible mark and why their ideology and sacrifice is relevant even today.
In the body, there should be TWO main parts to fulfil question’s demand. In the First part, comment on Azad’s ideology – its merits, demerits, its influence etc. In the Second part, comment on his contributions – their futility or enduring relevance etc. You have freedom to comment on how significant or insignificant his contribution has been.
In the conclusion, write which traits of these revolutionaries can emulate. Or come up with a conclusion that honours sacrifices of Azad and other revolutionaries. Try to link with present issues.
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