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Laxminarayan Mishra
Freedom fighter

Laxminarayan Mishra

Laxminarayan Mishra
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Intro Freedom fighter
Was Revolutionary
From India
Field Activism Military
Gender male
Birth 11 April 1904, Sambalpur, India
Death 30 May 1971 (aged 67 years)
Star sign Aries
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Laxminarayan Mishra(11th April 1904 - 30 May 1971) was a freedom fighter, good literaturist of Odisha, India. He was one of the most active nationalist of Western Odisha.

Life

Laxmi Narayan Mishra was born in undivided Sambalpur District (Present Sambalpur District) of Odisha state in India in 11th April 1904. He was the third son of late Krupasindhu Mishra and late Revati Devi. He was from middle class Brajmin family. He completed his primary education from Gurupada primary school and high school from C.B.S Zilla school from Sambalpur. He was one of the brilliant student in his school time.

From his school time he protested against the oppressive British rule. He had left school as a student to join India’s Freedom Movement. He was also a writer. He was an expert in various languages which include Sanskrit, Urdu, Bengali, Telugu, Hindi, English and had earned a fame as an extraordinary orator.

Death

He was assassinated during a train journey at Jharsuguda.

Movements

He was an active nationalist in Western Odisha..He was imprisoned for seventeen years, for his active role in National struggle for Independence. Jail provided him advantage to be a scholar and Laxmi Narayan had become a real Pandit with his education on religion, culture and political thought.

He was involved in moments such as Non-corporation movement, drive against untouchability, the Nagpur flag march, move against the partial exclusion of the district of Sambalpur, the struggle against the zamindars and the state rulers, the quit India movement.

Honour

He was honoured by various Institution by keeping his name which include Laxminarayan College, Jharsuguda.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 17 Apr 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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