Ram Prasad Bismil
Profession: Freedom fighter, poet, poet, translator, historian and litterateur
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Information about Ram Prasad Bismil
Did Ram Prasad Bismil drink alcohol?: Not Known
Bismil left school in the following year and travelled to Lucknow with some friends
Did Ram Prasad Bismil smoke?: Not Known
He was admitted to an English-language school, despite his father's disapproval, and also joined the Arya Samaj in Shahjahanpur
He was associated with Arya Samaj where he got inspiration from Satyarth Prakash, a book written by Swami Dayanand Saraswati.
He learnt Hindi from his father at home and was sent to learn Urdu from a moulvi
Ram Prasad Bismil was born on 11 June 1897 at Shahjahanpur, in North-Western Provinces, British India
Bismil showed a talent for writing patriotic poetry
Ram Prasad Bismil was an Indian revolutionary who participated in Mainpuri conspiracy of 1918, and the Kakori conspiracy of 1925, and struggled against British imperialism
He also had a confidential connection with Lala Har Dayal through his guru Swami Somdev, a preacher of Arya Samaj.
Bhagat Singh praised him as a great poet-writer of Urdu and Hindi, who had also translated the books Catherine from English and Bolshevikon Ki Kartoot from Bengali.
Bismil was one of the founding members of the revolutionary organisation Hindustan Republican Association