Martyr Veer Surendra Sai vavroovahana Patra - Poem by vavroovahana patra
People of India sing the glorious songs of Martyr Veer Surendra Sai on Wednesday;
Indians pay rich tributes to the Martyr on the occasion of 205th Birth Anniversary with gay;
People pay floral tributes to the great soul at ‘ Sahid Stambha' (Martyr Pillar) at Jail square of town sambalpur;
Pay floral tributes at his statue in the native village Khinda with profound pleasure.
The statue was garlanded at the native village Khinda in Rengali Block of the district Sambalpur;
All people of western Odisha sing the patriotic songs of the martyr with profound pleasure.
Born in Khinda in 1809, Sai was jailed for maximum 37 years as a political leader;
Sai's heroic achievements, sacrifice for motherland in history cannot be compared with other freedom fighter.
Sai carried on an uncompromising war against the forces of imperialism till 1862 valiantly;
A born rebel an avowed enemy of the Rai (Britishers) from his yound age, his revolution against the British started in 1827 at the age of 18 and continued till his arrest in 1864 heroically.
Poet reverses martyr Veer Surendra Sai in the wintery chilly morn;
Pays floral tributes to the beloved martyr in the cosy rosy dawn.
India sings his glory delightfully;
Will sing his glory in future solemnly.
The sweet name of the martyr dazzles in the pages of history;
Going through the pages all wound derive inspiration to work hard for the cause of the nation peacefully.
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