Treasure Island

ajay srivastava

(28/08/1964 / new delhi)

Freedom


Name are unlimited and their method are different
But with one and only motto is freedom.
Method of non violence and path of truth
Is proved to very effected among masses
Sologan like:

"Vande matram" and" " inqlab jindabad"
"Tum mujhe khoon do mai tumhe azadi duga"

Are source of energy and unity.
Policy of satyagrah forced colonial ruler
To surrender and accepted their defeat.

Books and name are unlimited and immaterial
What matter is teaching
Teaching of selfless service, struggle
and sacrificed whole life Only for us.
So that we will live in a peace.

Let us pledge on this auspicious day
'15th August 1947' India independence day.
"We will follow teaching of freedom fighter
Teaching every one know very well
Preserving and following their teaching
is true tribute to them and give meaning
of celebrating auspicious day".

Submitted: Saturday, February 02, 2013
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