Rajagopalachari First Indian Governor of India

Rajagopalachari First Indian Governor of India

Rajagopalachari First Indian Governor of India 

Rajaji was born on 10 December 1878 and left this world on 25 December 1972. He was awarded the highest civilian award the Bharat Ratan. He was also known as "Mango of Krishnagiri". He was the man that served British until they had announced a war against Germany. He was against the Quit India Moment and he had a very renowned formula named after him as he talked about in favor of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Muslim League.  
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When he was born he was a sick boy and his parents always feared that he won't live for a long period of time. He was a law student and completed his graduation from Presidency College, Madras in 1897. He had five children from his wife Alamelu who dies and later he took charge of them all. His daughter married Gandhiji's son. 

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He started his political career in independent India by being a part of Indian Congress but later resigned and formed his own party named swatantra party which was against Congress. He was a renowned writer as well. His writing of English literature was famous as well as popular among the masses. His impact was everlasting as the delivery of words was well executed. 
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He was in favor of Dalit upliftment and also had great thoughts of Gandhiji and Jawahar Lal Nehru Ji which was later acknowledged by Gandhiji as "keeper of my conscience". He considered Bal Gangadhar Tilak as his Idol and has always admired him throughout his political journey. He supported the idea's which were all against the ideology of Gandhiji as he always favored partition and was against "Quit India Moment".Rajagopalachari First Indian Governor

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During the partition, he was the one who was bringing the thoughts of one party to another being close to Jinnah and Gandhiji. He had a great political career and was a diplomate as he believed in the flow of the air. He never raised his voice for the topic that needed a leader rather he was the one who had a very typical move being an Indian thought India was nothing without British Raj and they needed British to survive.