You must have read the famous stories of the great people and the mysterious events associated with them, but today we will tell you about a leader whose birth is also connected to the train and even death. Whenever there are discussions about innovations like Antodya and Integrity Humanism in the country, the leader who remembers the name first is Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay fought for establishing Jana Sangh all his life, but very few people know that Pandit’s life had started with the train and ended in the train itself. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was born on September 25, 1916 in Nagla Chandrabhan Farah, a small village in Mathura district.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay father’s name was Bhagwati Prasad Upadhyay, who was a railway employee. Because of frequent transfers in the railway, most of them had to stay away from their family and sometimes they came home only after getting a holiday. In the same circumstances Bhagwati Prasad Upadhyay was going home with his pregnant wife Rampuri, then on 25 September 1916, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was born at the railway station.
When the age of Deendayal Upadhyay was only two and a half years old, his father died, after the death of his father, his mother often became ill and on August 8, 1924, Pandit ji was the most tragic day of his life, on this day His mother passed away and at the age of 7, Deendayal Upadhaya became deprived of the love of both the parents.
After this he grew up with his maternal grandfather, his maternal grandfather was a railway master in Dhanakya, Rajasthan, his grandfather died at the age of 10.
After Nana Ji’s passing, her maternal grandfather began to take care of her children exactly like her children. At the young age, Deendayal Upadhyay got the responsibility of handling his younger brother along with the care of himself.
A common man would kneel in front of these calamities, but Deen Dayal ji was made of different soil. Despite the breakdown of the mountains of sorrows, he never gave up and continued to move forward with positiveness. Born in a middle-class family; Deendayal Upadhyaya fought a life-long struggle.
To get education, Pandit enrolled in Sikar, Rajasthan’s school, where he topped the board examination of high school. Maharaja Kalyan Singh honored him with gold medal for this achievement, along with a scholarship of Rs 10 per month and 250 rupees for books also.
Deendayal Ji was intelligent and hardworking since his childhood. He got his Inter Education from Birla College, Pilani, from Sanatan Dharma College, Kanpur, in 1939 from the degree of graduation from First Division.
Congress ruled after independence in the country. Therefore, the people of the Jana Sangh and the RSS were strongly condemned to torture, including Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay. Throughout his life he struggled to establish the ideology of Antodaya and integrity of humanism. In this regard, he made many trips across the country, but on 11 February 1968 he left for the last trip.
After the success of this novel, the demand for such writing for the youth was also raised. And then he wrote his second novel “Jagad-Guru Shankaracharya”.
After this, he did not write any effort but kept his thoughts through various articles, which are the main ones.
Why is India intact?
Direction of national life
Devaluation of Indian economics
Pandit ji founder of RSS, K.B. He also translated the life-style written in Marathi on Hedgewar in Hindi.
On this day during the train trip, his body was found in a suspicious condition in the station ward near Mughalsarai. The casual death of such a big person who affected the country’s politics shocked everyone. After his death many high-level investigations were carried out, but there were no results. But Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay was born just for the journey. Started with the train and finished in the train.