Murari Sharma

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Murari Sharma
Born
Murari Lal Gupta

(1901-01-01)1 January 1901
Died2 April 1982(1982-04-02) (aged 81)
NationalityIndian
OccupationFreedom fighter
OrganizationHindustan Socialist Republican Association
MovementIndian Independence Movement

Murari Sharma[1][2] (Hindi: मुरारी शर्मा), (1 January 1901 – 2 April 1982) was an Indian revolutionary who took part in the Kakori Conspiracy and absconded away.[3] Police could not trace him out as Murari Sharma was his fake name. His actual name was Murari Lal Gupta. While speaking as a Chief Guest this fact was disclosed by his son Damodar Swarup 'Vidrohi' - a revolutionary poet of Shahjahanpur district in the "Ram Prasad Bismil Jayanti Sangoshthi" organised by Hindi Academy Delhi on 19 June 1997 at Rajendra Bhawan New Delhi. He was born on 1 January 1901 to Chhote Lal Gupta a khandsari[4] (en. sugar producing business man) of village Mudia Panwar in Shahjahanpur district of Uttar Pradesh. For some times he lived underground in Delhi[5] and later on returned to his native village. He died natural death on 2 April 1982 in his house of Shahjahanpur[6] at the age of 81. He never sat on a Rikshaw throughout his life, for the reason that it was pulled in the city by a man, and being a man himself he considered it unethical to be pulled by a man.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ Jagdish 'Jagesh' Kalam Aaj Unki Jai Bol Page 157
  2. ^ Dr. Mahaur Bhagwan Das Kakori Shaheed Smriti Page 30
  3. ^ Jagdish 'Jagesh' Kalam Aaj Unki Jai Bol Page 158
  4. ^ 'Vidrohi' Damodar Swarup Deevar Ke Saaye Mein Page 1
  5. ^ ("Abhyuday" Special Issue Reprint 4 May 1929)
  6. ^ 'Vidrohi' Damodar Swarup Deevar Ke Saaye Mein Page 80
  • Jagdish 'Jagesh' Kalam Aaj Unki Jai Bol 1989 Hindi Pracharak Sansthan P.B.1106 Pishach Mochan Varanasi 221001 U.P. India
  • Dr. Mahaur Bhagwan Das Kakori Shaheed Smriti 1978 2, Mehandi Building, Kaiser Bagh Lucknow 226001 U.P. India
  • Vidyarnav Sharma Yug Ke Devta - Bismil Aur Ashfaq 2004 Praveen Prakashan New Delhi 110030 India ISBN 81-7783-078-3
  • 'Vidrohi' Damodar Swarup Deevar Ke Saaye Mein (Autobiography) 2005 Gandhi Pustakalay Chowk Shahjahanpur 242001 U.P. India
  • Amar Shaheed Ko Naman ("Abhyuday" Special Issue Reprint) 2002 National Archives New Delhi

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