The Freedom Struggle InMahatma Gandhi visited Champaran to support the cause of the peasants revolting against the forceful cultivation of Indigo by the British authorities. Rajendra Prasad, Calcutta High Court.
As President of India, he duly acted as per the Constitution, independent of any political party. Ray as also the Humanities. Thousands of people had assembled and had occupied the streets, roofs, tree tops and all available vantage points along the route right from Government House to the Irwin Stadium.
He was awarded a scholarship of Rs. Now he is not among us but his high principles amd ideals are still alive to show us the right path. He bore punishments happily. In the Congress session ofhe represented Bihar as a leader and after that there was no looking back. A devoted student as well as a public activist, he was an active member of The Dawn Society.
His mother died when he was a child and his elder sister took care of him. He took up the helms of designing the Constitution of the nascent nation by heading up the Constituent Assembly post-independence. Examinations of the University of Calcutta from the Presidency College of Calcutta in and respectively.
He was a man of plain living and high thinking. He set about the cremation but only after his return from the parade ground. Rajendra Prasad was born into a big joint family in Ziradei village of Siwan district near Chhapra of Bihar.
Gandhiji felt disappointed with the British attitude. After Independence, he was the automatic choice for the Chairmanship of the Constituent Assembly. In India the Head of the State is an elected President who holds office for a term and can be removed for misconduct in accordance with the procedure laid down in the Constitution.
So deep was the Mahatma's influence over Rajendra Prasad, that he joined the Congress, after the Satyagraha movement. He set himself for the task of raising funds and set up the Bihar Central Relief Committee on January A in economics, he became a professor of English at the Langat Singh College of Muzaffarpur in Bihar and went on to become the principal.
Under his presidentship the country made all round progress and prosperity. Later he joined the bar and started practice in the High Court of Calcutta in As President of India, he duly acted as per the Constitution, independent of any political party.
Such was his intellect and his integrity, that often when his adversary failed to cite a precedent, the judges asked Rajendra Prasad to cite a precedent against them. When India declared a sovereign Republic, he was elected President of it and adored the post for two successive terms.
He was elected President for a second time in when Subhash Chandra Bose resigned from the post. He occupied that honourable position with great credit to him for twelve years.First President of India India's first President, Dr Rajendra Prasad was born on December 3 in the year A lawyer by profession, Dr Prasad had been an influential leader during the.
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10, back then. When the new Constitution came into force inthe mantle fell on Dr. Rajendra Prasad's broad shoulders as the First President of free India. Rajendra Prasad held the high office of President of the Indian Republic for two terms, uptoDownload