|Indian freedom fighter Basanta Biswas, en.wikipedia.org|
Basanta Kumar Biswas born on 6 February 1895 at Poragacha in Nadia district of West Bengal, came from a family of freedom fighter. His parents were Matilal and Kunjabala Biswas. Digamabar Biswas, played an active role in the Indigo revolt (or Nilbidroha) and later with freedom fighter Manmathnath Biswas. In the nearby village Madhavpur along with his cousin Manmathnath Biswas, Basanta had his early schooling at M. I.
Driven by patriotic zeal, Samanta was keen to do something
|Vicwroy of India. Lord Charles Harding. Encyclopedia Britannica|
|Winifred Selina Sturt Hardinge (1868-1914). Alamy|
|Throwing of Bomb at Hardinge, www.executedtoday.com|
Aged twenty, Basanta Kumar Biswas was hanged on 11 May 1915 at Ambala
Yet another fact that needs our attention is Lord Charles Harding, in reality, worked hard to improve the relationship between the Crown and Indian nationalists. He raised his voice against the South African Apartheid government and had great admiration for Gandhiji. He was sympathetic to the Indian cause.