Turks briefly occupied the highland parts of Baharnagash in and withdrew after they encountered resistance and were pushed back by the Bahrnegash and highland forces. In they tried to expand into the highlands with the help of Bahr Negash Yisehaq who had switched alliances due to power struggle, and by once again they were apparently compelled to withdraw their forces to the coast.
His father was a Tehsildar in the Nerajol. Following the traditional customs prevalent in the culture, the new born child was symbolically sold to his eldest sister in exchange of three handful of food grains locally known as Khud, in an attempt to save him from dying at an early age.
This way he acquired the name, Khudiram. His father died a year after. Aparupa Roy, his elder sister, brought him to her house at Hatgachha village under the Daspur police station. They held a series of public lectures and private session with the existing revolutionary groups for freedom.
Khudiram, a teenager, was an active participant in the discussions about the revolution. He became a volunteer at the age of 15, and was arrested for distributing pamphlets against the British rule in India.
The purpose was to learn the art of bomb making from a Russian revolutionary in exile, Nicholas Safranski.
Kingsford was the Chief Magistrate of the Presidency Court of Alipore, and had overseen the trials of Bhupendranath Dutta and other editors of Jugantar, sentencing them to rigorous imprisonment.
According to Shukla Sanyal, revolutionary terrorism as an ideology began to win support among a significant populace in Bengal, tacitly even if not overt  Kingsford also earned notoriety among nationalists when he ordered the whipping of a young Bengali boy, Sushil Senfor participating in the protests that followed the Jugantar trial.
As such, during his posting as the Chief Magistrate of the Presidency Court of Alipore, Kingsford became unpopular for passing harsh and cruel sentences on young political workers.
He also inflicted corporal punishments on such workers. An empty tin of Cadbury cocoa was packed with a pound of Picric acid and three detonators. Kingsford placed the unopened package in his shelf to examine it later.
With him went his furniture, library and the book bomb. In April, a two-man reconnaissance team visited Muzaffarpur, which included Prafulla Chaki. Prafulla Chaki returned to Muzaffarpur with a new boy, Khudiram Bose.
Halliday alerted Superintendent of Police in Muzzafarpur, which were ignored. In the ensuing days, the duo monitored the activities and daily routine of their target. On the evening of 29 April, Khudiram and Prafulla were in place to execute their plans. Pretending to be schoolboys, they surveyed the Muzaffarpur park, situated opposite The British Club, frequented by Kingsford.
They were noticed by a constable. The Kingsford assassination attempt at Muzaffarpur For three weeks the two revolutionaries were successful to hide their identities and movement. The CID officer who came from Calcutta following them had returned with a letter from Armstrong, the superintendent of Muzaffarpur police that the two had not arrived at Muzaffarpur at all, only six hours before they struck .
On the evening of 30 April,they returned and, being noticed by the same constable, they scurried away. The duo moved away, then doubled back, hiding in a tree with the bomb. Finishing the last game at 8: Kingsford and his wife were in a carriage identical to and immediately behind that carrying the Pringles .
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Top 10 Freedom Fighters in India is a article to describe top most personalities of our Indian freedom struggle. In India, freedom struggle happened almost for a centuries. Our Indian men & women faced a lot of problems by British Government & Dutch people.
millions died, starved, arrested send to andaman, hanged. and after all these sacrifices people like tipu sultan or zafar are declared freedom fighters who did it for sole purpose of maintaining their empire.
zafar did nothing and was arrested after failure of mutiny where he cried for amnesty. and tipu sutan treasury had coins about establishing a . The entire history of the freedom movement is replete with the saga of bravery, sacrifice and political sagacity of great men and women of the country.
This struggle which gained momentum in the early 20th century, threw up stalwarts like Mahatma Gandhi, Lala Lajpat Rai, Motilal Nehru, Abul Kalam Azad, C.
Rajagopalachari, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Jawaharlal Nehru and Subash . Freedom fighters in tamilnadu. 1. Chinnaswami Subramanya Bharathiyar.
Bharathi Mahakavi Subramanya Bharathiyar was born to Chinnasami Subramanya Iyer and Lakhsmiammaal as “Subbayya” on December 11, in the Tamilnadu village of Ettayapuram. He was educated at a local high school called “The M.D.T.