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Rani Lakshmi Bai House
 
Motto – Endurance and Fortitude

The house is named after Rani Lakshmi Bai, princely queen of Jhansi. Rani Lakshmi Bai was one of the leading warriors of the India’s first struggle for independence. She was a symbol of bravery, patriotism and honour. While pursuing studies, she also took formal training in martial arts, horse riding, shooting and fencing. Rani Laksmi Bai boldly revolted against the British policy of annexation. In 1857, the Indian patriots initiated their first attempt for Independence; it was a national and popular revolt against British Imperialists. Rani Lakshmi Bai thought it to be her ethical duty to fight for the independence of her enslaved Motherland. By seeking the support of others, she formed a volunteer army. The army not just consisted of the men folk, but the women were also actively involved. Women were also given military training to fight a battle.  In March 1858, when the British attacked Jhansi, Rani Lakshmi Bai’s army decided to fight and the war continued for about two weeks. After a fierce war when the British army entered Jhansi, Rani Lakshmi Bai, tied her son Damodar Rao to her back and fought bravely using two swords in both her hands. On the unfortunate day of 17 June of 1858, this great warrior martyred her life for India’s freedom. For her immense effort, she is referred to as the ’Icon of the Indian Nationalist Movement’. Her story became a beacon for the upcoming generations of freedom fighters. 
 
APJ Abdul kalam House
 
Motto- Civility & Inventiveness

The house is named after Bharat Ratna Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, generally known as Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam who was the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. A career scientist turned politician, Kalam was born and raised in Rameswaram in Tamilnadu and studied Physics and Aerospace Engineering. Dr. Abdul Kalam came from a modest family. He has even worked as a paperboy to support his father. Dr. Abdul Kalam’s teachers say that he was not studious but hard working. He graduated from Madras University with physics as his main subject; he wanted to be a fighter pilot. After graduation he worked with ISRO and DRDO as an aerospace engineer before becoming the President of India.  He was involved in India’s civilian space and military missile development programmes and hence he is known as, ‘The Missile Man of India’. Kalam was the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh (1992-1999). He received the highest civilian award the Bharat Ratna in 1997, the Padma Bhushan third highest civilian award in 1981 and the Padma Vibhushan, the second highest civilian award in 1990. Once he was asked whether he would like to be known as a poet, a teacher, a missile man, a scientist, a President or a statesman, Dr. Kalam replied that he would like to be known as a teacher The United Nations has recognized Dr. Kalam’s 79th birthday as World Student’s Day. In his book ‘India 2020’ he recommended  plans to make the nation a fully developed country by the year 2020. He wrote many other documentaries and books and received honorary and awards not only in India but from other countries also. His motivational speeches made him quite popular among the youth. On 27th July, 2015 the great star passed away in Shillong while delivering a lecture and has left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of us.

Guru Gobind Singh House
 
Motto – Melioristic, Audacious & Diligence

The house is named after Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the 10th Guru of Sikhs born at Patna on December 22, 1666. He was a spiritual master, warrior, poet and philosopher. He succeeded his father, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji as the leader of the Sikhs at the young age of nine and became the last of the living Sikh Gurus. At that time, religion had got mired in hollow ritualism. So, Guru Gobind Singh Ji had to spend most of his time fighting against the oppression and suppression committed by the unjust forces. He was a unique nation builder who fought for righteousness. He sacrificed his all for human liberty, equality and fraternity. Two of his youngest sons were bricked alive; two elder sons were martyred in the battle of Chamkaur Sahib. To defend, religious freedom he fought twelve battles and lost his family. On April 13, 1699 the first day of Baisakhi he transformed the Sikh community into “Khalsa order”. Guru Gobind Singh Ji infused the spirit of both sainthood and soldier in the minds and hearts of his followers to fight oppression in order to restore justice, peace, righteousness (Dharma) and to uplift the down-trodden people. Apart from being a great warrior, he was a great poet and compiled a number of books. He also prepared in Damdama Sahib a fresh recension of Sikh scripture, the “Guru Granth Sahib Ji” with his scholar Bhai Mani Singh Ji. Guru Gobind Singh Ji thus passed on the succession with due ceremony to the Holy book “Guru Granth Sahib Ji”, thus devoting himself completely through mind and deeds, he transformed the face of society.
 
Shaheed Bhagat Singh House
Motto – Glorification & Chauvinism

The house is named after the prominent revolutionary of Indian freedom struggle Shaheed Bhagat Singh. His patriotism was not restricted to the strong violent outburst against the British; he rather had a mind and intellect of a genius who could foresee division of India on communal lines. Keeping the cause of country ahead of the religion was another signs of his mature and rational mind. Bhagat Singh was born on 28th September, 1907 in a Sikh family in the village of Banga in Layalpur district of present-day Pakistan. Believed to be one of India’s earliest Marxists, Bhagat Singh was one of the leaders and founders of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association . Bhagat Singh was deeply saddened by the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of 1919.While studying at the local DAV College in Lahore, in 1916 young Bhagat Singh camse in contact with revolutionaries likeBhagwati Charan, Sukhdev and others. In 1928, he attended a meeting of revolutionaries in Delhi and came in contact with Chandrashekhar Azad. The two combined to form the ’Hindustan Samajvadi Prajatantra Sangha’. During the Simon Commission’s visit to India in February 1928, there were protests against the Simon Commission’s visit to Lahore. In one of these protests, Lala Lajpat Rai was injured in a lathi charge and later on succumbed to his injuries. To avenge Lajpat Rai’s death, Bhagat Singh decided to kill the British official responsible for the killing, Deputy Inspector General Scott. But he accidentally shot Assistant Superintendent Saunders instead, mistaking him for Scott. Bhagat Singh threw a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly on 8 April 1929 and thereafter courted arrest. Bhagat Singh, Sukh Dev and Raj Guru were awarded death sentence by a court for their subversive activities. They were hanged on 23 March 1931. Bhagat Singh is still seen as the role model by a large number of young people in India. His sense of sacrifice, patriotism and courage are something that will be revered and looked upon by generations to come.He was convicted and hanged for his participation in the freedom struggle, at the age of 23.
 
 
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