Facets of Veer Savarkar personality and life are as interesting as an ever expanding Universe. Limitless to its outer core. He was a revolutionary a freedom fighter who spent 27 years of his prime life behind the Jail bearing untold inhumane torture.

No other Freedom fighter of Indian freedom Struggle could contest this fact. For many death was better than custodial torment, However Veer Savarkar endured this endless suffering for the objective he conceptualized for his Nation, Motherland and Hindutva.

On to his life trail, he was amazingly brave in accepting his death after realizing the accomplishment of his mission as well.  Quoting a Paragraph of his final few days from an article 

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“After the demise of Yamuna Savarkar the wife of Veer Savarkar in 1963, Savarkar started evaluating his mission of life. He now had realization of his limited physical ability. He felt he had accomplished his life mission for the nation within his ability. He was slowly sinking into spiritual conscience. His love for mortal body was slowly waning. He gradually renounced his medicine, his food and water and gracefully set for heavenly abode on 26th Feb 1966.”

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Unparalleled and unbelievable ways of life and death, this Revolutionary choose for himself. Into his Journey, he penned his vision about Akhand Bharat through series of Publication.

Veer Savarkar wrote as many as 38 books in English and Marathi and two novels named –Mopilla Rebellion and My Transportation of Life -Poetry and Plays. His most illustrious work which is not taught in any college today is “The Indian war of Independence 1857 and Hindutva: Who is Hindu?

His evolution as Authors did not emerged in the cushioned drawing room and with Golden pen, but on the toiling bed of struggle and distress.

Unknown facts reveals some beaming shade about his life. It so happened, that as a student of Law in London during 1906-10, he came in contact with Russian revolutionary. Both at London and Paris his network of associates with Russians revolutionary was keenly watched by British Spy since then. He mobilized, encouraged and arranged learning session for Indian revolutionaries about methods of Sabotage, assassination, armed revolt and tactical aggression. Convinced about the impact of armed revolution, He wrote “The Indian War of independence 1857” a great literary piece explaining the contours and shades of 1857 revolution. It was this book that coined the 1857 revolt as first war of independence. Else the martyr of this revolt would not have found place in the annals of Indian History written by communist historian.

The incarceration at Andamaan and later at Ratnagiri heaped cruel physical torture in custody. The solitary confinement in closed dingy room was planned to unnerve and break the Veer Savarkar. Gifted with the indomitable spirit and a fervent nationalistic mission was what that British were scared off.  Yet the personal pain and tribulation never let the thinking mind of Savarkar to rest in intellectual impoverishment.

While such a nasty incarceration was on, he penned down another gems of literary thought “Who is a Hind? It was in these tumulus days, he coined the idea of “Hindutva” also described as Hinduness. Today this ideology is the guiding thoughts for Billions of Hindu spread all over the World.

Despite being a practicing atheist, he understood the assimilative power and ideological assertion of Sanatan life in Akhand Bharat. He urged people of every faith to read debate and judge the aspect of philosophy on Hindutva to understand the greatness of this Sanatan thoughts.

After Savarkar was released from Jail after 27 years in 1937, he Joined Hindu Mahasabha same year and continued as its president for seven years. In 1943 he moved to Bombay.

Veer Savarkar wrote as many as 38 books in English and Marathi and two novels named –Mopilla Rebellion and My Transportation of Life -Poetry and Plays. His most illustrious work which is not taught in any college today is “The Indian war of Independence 1857 and Hindutva: Who is Hindu?

Once brought forward, the undiscovered and unknown facets of Veer Savarkar will certainly open the vision and fire the ideology of Modern India in days to come.

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