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Chandrashekhar’s ‘Azad’ vision has not been fructified in India even after all these years. Comment on Azad’s ideology and his contributions to India’s struggle for Independence.

Topic: The Freedom Struggle – its various stages and important contributors /contributions from different parts of the country.

1. Chandrashekhar’s ‘Azad’ vision has not been fructified in India even after all these years. Comment on Azad’s ideology and his contributions to India’s struggle for Independence. (250 words)

Why this question?

Revolutionaries like Azad dreamt of liberating their country from the shackles of enslavement and did not shy away from making any sacrifice whatsoever on the altar of their motherland. The question is, how have their cherished dreams been taken forward? How have things come to such a pass that notwithstanding all the slogans of making the revolutionaries’ dreams come true, those at the helm of the nation today have not the slightest affinity for their hopes and aspirations?

Key demand of the question:

Entire focus should be on his ideology and contributions. However, you should comment on these aspects.

Directive Word:

Comment– here we have to express our knowledge and understanding of the issue and form an overall opinion there upon. 

Structure of Answer:

Introduction:

write a few lines on how heroes like Azad has left indelible mark and why their ideology and sacrifice is relevant even today. 

Body:

In the First part, comment on Azad’s ideology – its merits, demerits, its influence etc.

Discuss why his ideologies have still not been fructified in India even after all these years. Try to link with present issues.

In the Second part, comment on his contributions – their futility or enduring relevance etc.

Conclusion:

write which traits of these revolutionaries can emulate. Or come up with a conclusion that honours sacrifices of Azad and other revolutionaries.