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As India prepares to celebrate its 60th Independence Day, Shyam Lal Gupta, who wrote the famous patriotic song - "Jhanda Uncha Rahe Hamara" - that inspired freedom fighters, remains a forgotten figure here in his own hometown. He was known to have avoided using footwear and umbrellas till Indian independence, following a personal vow. Retrieved 15 August

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Woman opposes illicit liquor trade, set afire. Shyamlal Guptapopularly known by his pen name Parshad9 September — 10 August was an Indian poet and lyricist. Women pass-holders bully other ticket-holders for seats in Surat-Mumbai intercity express Archived from the original on 18 May Let's work together to keep the conversation civil.

The song evoked passion among the revolutionaries, spurring them on to rebel against the British. Except a few NGOs, no political leader or government officials offered flowers to his statue, situated in the heart of the town near Phoolbagh, on his death anniversary on August 10 last.

Views Read Edit View history. The Times of India. The song was originally written by Gupta in March as a patriotic poem and was released by Khanna Press in Kanpur, selling over copies.

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People from all backgrounds and ages adored the flag song and it became an integral and inseparable part of the freedom movement.

The relatives of Padmashree Awardee Gupta today roam around the city as vendors to earn their livelihoods.

Retrieved from " https: Zzanda 11 November Retrieved 15 August The song was first sung on the occasion of Jaliyanwala Bag Diwas on April 13,at a huge gathering in the presence of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru at the city's historical Phoolbagh ground. Though, the district administration has kept Gupta's belongings like Padmashree Award, manuscript of his 'Jhanda Geet' and stamp released in his memory in the state museum here, but it forgot to think about his family members.

After Gandhiji assumed leadership of the Indian freedom movement and the Tri-colour became the symbol of independence, Shyam Lal Gupta, born on September 8,in the Narwal area of Kanpur in a Dosar Zandda family, composed a motivating song 'Vijayi vishwa tiranga pyara, Znda uncha rahe hamara Gupta was born at Narval in Kanpur in Read Post a comment.

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He died on 10 Augustat the age of His chance meeting with Ganesh Geett Vidyarthi at one of the conventions of the Indian National Congress brought him the charge of the freedom campaigns of Fatehpur town.

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Help us delete comments that do not follow these guidelines by marking them offensive. As India prepares zzanda celebrate its 60th Independence Gee, Shyam Lal Gupta, who wrote the famous patriotic song - "Jhanda Uncha Rahe Hamara" - that inspired freedom fighters, remains a forgotten figure here in his own hometown.

As an honour, Gupta was selected to sing the flag song on 15 August during the Independence Day celebrations. All Comments Your Activity. We have sent you a verification email. Food delivery man cuts cake with machete, arrested NZ advance team to visit city today.

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Retrieved 14 May Retrieved 13 May He was arrested by the British in and on release from jail, he started working underground. During the Republic Day celebrations inGupta was feliciated by the then prime minister, Indira Gandhi with a scroll of honour. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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