He is also known for his quote, "Swaraj is my birthright, I shall have it.
Here are 10 lesser known facts about our Independence activist as we remember him on his 98th death anniversary today. Tilak started the Swadeshi movement in India.
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He says in his famous thing "Self-determination is our birthright, we will have it! After graduation, Tilak began teaching at private school of Pune and later became a journalist. His criticism of the Western educational system is very frank and the Degan Education Association was founded to educate young people in India.
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Tilak founded Marathi Daily Kesari Lion. In that context he actively promotes the cause of freedom. He took part in the Indian National Congress. He is known for his core Hindu view.
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In , the Congress was divided into two factions. This newspaper is used as a spoke of Indian free movement and continues to be published by the descendants of Qasarima Ratatrust and Tirac. Agarcar left his office in and launched his own newspaper Sudharak The Reformer , after which Tilak continued to manage himself and served as editor twice when Tilak was imprisoned in Bal Gangadhar Tilak is a social reformer and a freelance activist in India.
He is one of the leading architects in modern India and may be the strongest supporter of Swaraj or Indian autonomy. His famous declaration "Swaraj is my inn, I have it," inspire future Indian revolutionaries fighting for freedom.
The British government called him "the father of Indian riots" and his followers gave him the title of "Lokmanya", which means that he was respected by people.