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Madan Mohan Malaviya got Bharat Ratna award after death

Bharat Ratna

President Pranab Mukherjee presented the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna to the freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malaviya posthumously on 30 March, 2015. The family of this famous teacher was was present in the Rashtrapati Bhavan to take delivery of the award.

Madan Mohan Malaviya (1861-1946) was an educator and a freedom fighter, notable for its role in the Indian independence movement and his support for Hindu nationalism. He was President of the Indian national Congress for four times and even today, he is remembered as the founder of the largest residential University in Asia and one of the largest in the world with more than 12,000 students across the arts, Sciences, engineering and technology, Banaras Hindu University (BHU) in Varanasi in 1916, where he was also Vice-Chancellor from 1919 to 1938 . He was one of the founders of the scout movement in India.

He also founded the hugely influential English newspaper, the leader, published from Allahabad in 1909. He was also the Chairman of Hindustan times from 1924 to 1946. His efforts led to the launch of its Hindi edition in 1936.

Madan Mohan Malaviya Main Highlights:

25.12.1861 Born in Allahabad Feburary 1919 Debate on the Rowlett Bill in Council. Resignation from Council
1878 Marriage with Kundan Devi in Mirzapur Nov. 1919-Sep. 1939 Vice Chancellor, B.H.U.
1884 B.A. from Calcutta University 19 April 1919 Chaired Hindi Sahitya Sammelan in Bombay
July 1884 Teacher in Allahabad District School January 1922 Convened all party conference
December 1886 IInd Congress in Calcutta under chairmanship of Dadabhai Nouroji. Speech on the issue of representation in Councils 16 December 1922 Speech on Hindu Muslim goodwill in Lahore
July 1887 Editorship of the Hindosthan in Kalakankar. Founding conference of Bharat Dharma Mandal 1924 Formation of Independent Party in District and Assembly .Satyagraha on Sangam [Confluence of rivers] in Allahabad. Debate on the Steel Conservation Bill
July 1889 Leaving editorship joins LL.B. in Allahabad August 1926 Formation of Congress Independent Party with Lala Lajpat Rai
1891 Qualified LL.B. starts practice in Allahabad District Court February 1927 Statement before Agriculture Commission
December 1893 Practice at Allahabad High Court December 1929 Convocation address in BHU. Asked students to serve nation and be patriot
March 1898 Submits memorandum about Hindi to U.P. Lt. Governor 1930 Resigns from Assembly. Arrested in Delhi. Six months sentence
1902-1903 Construction of Hindu Boarding House in Allahabad 5 April 1931 Speech on Hindu Muslim Unity in Kanpur
1903-1912 Service to province as member of Provincial Council 1931 Took part with Gandhi in the London Round Table Conference
1904 Proposal of establishing university under chairmanship of Kashi Naresh March 1932 Formation of All India Swadeshi Union in Banaras
January 1906 Convened Sanatan Dharma Mahasabha on Kumbh in Allahabad. Propagation of liberal Sanatan Dharma. Decision to open university in Banaras 20 April 1932 Nominated President of Delhi Congress. Arrested
1907 Editorship of the Abhyudaya. Propagation of Sanatan Dharma and democratic principles September 1932 Chaired meeting on emancipation of outcasts in Bombay
1909 Ediotrship of the English daily Leader. Chaired the Lahore Congress April 1932 As Calcutta Congress President arrested in Asansole
October 1910 Presidential address in Ist Conference of Hindi Sahitya Sammelan August 1934 Speech on emancipation of the outcasts in Gandhi’s meeting in Banaras
22.11.1911 Creation of the Hindu University Society January 1936 Convened Sanatan Dharma Mahasabha Conference in Allahabad. Proposal for emancipation of outcasts
December 1911 At 50 gave up practice. Decision to serve country and work for establishing the university November 1939 Appointed life Rector of BHU
February 1915 Formation of Prayaga Seva Samiti under his chairmanship 1941 Founded Goraksha Mandal
October 1915 The Banarans Hindu University Bill passed January 1942 Gandhi’s convocation address on Silver Jubilee of BHU
04 Feb- 1916 Foundation ceremony of the university 12 November -1946 Died
March 1916 Bill against Indentured Labour system in Councils MALAVIYAJI’S VOICE Hindi & English
1916-18 Member, Industrial Commission
1918 Formation of Scout Association by Seva Samiti
December 1918 Chaired Annual Congress Conference in Delhi


Malviya taught value based learning to the world: Nepal

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Nepal vice president Parmanand Jha paised India’s late educationist and freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malviya on his birth anniversary and said his value based learning to the world which is still significant. Malviya has been selected for India’s highest civilian award Bharat Ratna along with former prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee by the central government.

Jha was attending a function organised by Madan Mohan Malviya Mission in KATHMANDU. Malviya established the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and become one of the pioneers of the freedom struggle acting as a middleman between the Moderates and the Extremists.

While highlighting the contributions made by Malviya in spreading value based learning in the Indian sub-continent, Jha said, several Nepalese got education from this University and have been displaying their talent in many areas in the country today.

Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae asserted that ancient relation existed between Kashi-Vishwanath and Pashupatinath and highlighted the need to nourish the present bond of friendship between Nepal and India from time to time. BHU originated several Nepalese scholars, intellectuals, politicians, litterateurs that are holding great positions in Nepal in different fields and they highlight the closer relationship between these two countries.

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