Lokmanya Tilak Biography, Wiki, Bio, BOB, Death, Photos

Lokmanya Tilak Biography, Wiki, Bio, BOB, Death, Photos

Bal Gangadhar Tilak alias Lokmanya Tilak, who was born as Keshav Gangadhar Tilak. He was an Indian revolutionary, teacher, social activist, lawyer and Indian freedom fighter He was the first leader of the Indian independence movement. The British authorities considered them "the father of Indian unrest". For this reason, he was also given the honour of "Lokmanya", which generally means "accepted by the people (as a leader)".

Lokmanya Tilak was the first and the strongest leader (lawyer) of "Swaraj". Lokmanya Tilak is known for his one saying. -

"स्वराज्य मेरा जन्मसिद्ध अधिकार है, और मई इसके बारे में ही रहेगा।"

Full Name - Baal (Keshav) Gangadhar Tilak
Birthday - 23 July 1856
Birthplace - Chikhalgaon, Ta. Dapoli, Dist. Ratnagiri
Father - Gangadharpananth
Mata - Parvatibai
Education - B.A. in 1876 (Mathematics) Qualified in First Class & L. In 1879 L. B. Passed in first class.
Wife - Satyabhamabai

Lokmanya Tilak was born on 23 July 1856 in Chitpavan Brahmin family of Ratnagiri. The village of their ancestors was mud. His father Gangadhar Tilak was a school teacher and a scholar of Sanskrit. When Tilak was only 16, his father died.

In 1877, Tilak graduated from Pune's Deccan College. Lokmanya Tilak was one of those people who first got a college education at that time.

In 1871, Lokmanya Tilak got married to Tapipai (the woman who belonged to the child's family), at that time she was only 16 years old and her father had gone for only a few months. After marriage, Tilak's wife's name was changed to Satyabhamabai. Tilak completed his metric in 1872.

In 1877, he received an Arts degree from Mathematics from Deccan College of Pune. In 1879, he received an LLB degree from Government Law College. But after trying twice, he did not succeed in MA.

After graduating, Tilak started teaching mathematics at a private school in Pune. But later he became a journalist. Whereas Lokmanya Tilak is involved in all social activities. He told me,

"Religious and real life are not different. Taking the only saksha is not the main purpose of life. The real happiness of life is to reduce your home to your country as a family and not only for working for yourself. First, we should worship humanity only then we will be able to worship God. "

Lokmanya Tilak established Deccan Education Society, along with some of his college colleagues, Mahadev Ballal Namoshi, Gopal Ganesh Agkar and Vishnushastri Chiplunkar.

His main purpose at that time was to promote education in India. The main purpose of the Deccan Education Society was to provide new inspiration to the Indian youth. So that they could know the Indian traditions and make them educated.

Later, this same society established the Fergusson College in 1885 for New English School for higher secondary education and post-secondary education. Whereas Lokmanya Tilak started teaching mathematics at Fergusson College. He started bidding for freedom in his revolutionary movement Yayo.

Lokmanya Tilak political career

Lokmanya Tilak's political life has been strong and lengthy. They wanted to create autonomy in India and wanted to end British law. Prior to Mahatma Gandhi, he was considered the biggest political leader of Indian history. He had close relations with many leaders of the Indian National Congress, including Bipin Chandra Pal, Lala Lajpat Rai, Aurobindo Ghosh and Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Lokmanya Tilak had more connection with Maharashtrian people. That's why each of their speeches had the greatest impact on Maharashtra. And there was a situation where the British authorities started calling them "the father of Indian unrest/revolution". Even in the last moments of his life, he did not fight and like other leaders, he continued to inspire people.

Lokmanya Tilak Works Information

Establishment of New English School in Pune in 1880
In 1881, 'Kesari' Marathi and 'Maratha' English for the Janajagran started two such newspapers. Agarkar became the editor of Kesari Ke and Tilak Maratha.
Founded in 1884, Deccan Education Society in Pune
In 1885 Fergusson College was started in Pune.
The publication of the book 'Orion' in 1893.
Lokmanya Tilak started 'Public Ganesh Utsav' and 'Shiv Jayanti Utsav' to create a sense of unity amongst the people.
In 1895, the members of the Bombay Provincial Regulation Board were elected.
In 1897, Lokmanya Tilak was sentenced to one year and a half, accusing him of treason. At that time, Tilak's speech in his defence lasted 4 days and 21 hours.
In 1903 the publication of the book, entitled 'The Arctic Home in the Vegas'.
In 1907, the struggle of the two groups of Jallal and Maval were increased in the convention of Surat of the Indian National Congress. The result was that the Mewal group fired the Awadh group from the Congress organization. Lokamanya Tilak had the leadership of Jahal.
A case of sedition was registered in Tilak in 1908. He was sentenced to six years in jail and sent to the Mandalay prison in the country. In Mandalay jail, he wrote Amar Granth in the name of 'Geetrhasis'.
In 1916, he founded the 'Homerun League' organization with the cooperation of Dr Annie Besant. Homarus means the administrator of our state. Also called 'self-governance'
Hindi should be given the national language status, Tilak has always kept this thing to the fore.


Father of Indian unrest
Red Hair Pal One of these trimurtios.

Lokmanya Tilak died: Lokmanya Tilak died on August 1, 1920 in Mumbai.

Tilak continued his whole life to improve the condition of the country and to achieve self-sufficiency. The name of Lokmanya Tilak will always be remembered in the history of India's independence. In these moon rows of Bal Gangadhar, we see the essence of life,

“धर्म और व्यावहारिक जीवन अलग नहीं है। सन्यास लेना जीवन का परित्याग करना नहीं है। असली भावना सिर्फ अपने लिए काम करने की बजाये देश को अपना परिवार बनाकर मिलजुल कर काम करना है। इसके बाद का कदम मानवता की सेवा करना है और अगला कदम इश्वर की सेवा करना है।”

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