17 November in History


Lala Lajpat Rai, renowned Indian nationalist and writer, who was born in Dhudike, Punjab, on January 28, 1865, died on November 17, 1928, after suffering grievous injuries during a lathi-charge carried out by the police.

His father, Radha Krishan, was an Urdu teacher. In 1884 Krishan was transferred to Rohtak, where Rai became the secretary of the Hindu cultural organisation… Read More →

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