Biography of Ram Singh Thakur

Biography of Ram Singh Thakur
Ram Singh Thakur

Captain Ram Singh Thakur (Nepali: Captain Ram Singh Thakur 15 August 1914 – 15 April 2002) was a freedom fighter fighter and musician and lyricist of India. They were originally from Nepal. While serving in the Azad Hind Fauj, he composed many patriotic songs, including ‘Shuddh Sukh Chain’, ‘step by step’ and composed many patriotic songs.

 

Later, he also worked for the Uttar Pradesh Armed Forces (PAC) and established a ‘Constabulary Band’.

Founder-President of All India History-compilation scheme, Thakur Ram Singh, was born on February 16, 1915 in Village Jhandvi, Tehsil Bhonraj, District Hamirpur in Himachal Pradesh. Your father’s name was Shri Thakur Bhagasingh and the name of the mother was Mrs. Nihatu Devi. Thakur Ram Singh was 5 brothers and sisters. Your Primary Education Primary School. In 1935, he passed matriculation examination in first class from Rajput High School, Bhorwaha, and in 1938, Intermediate from DAV College (Hoshiarpur, Punjab) and B.A. from Sanatan Dharma College (Lahore) in 1940. Passed the exam. In 1942, he passed the Post Graduate (History) examination from F.C. Blacks of Lahore University.

All professors used to admire their knowledge of political science and English. The head of the Hockey Team was in the college. An eye was destroyed due to a hockey-stick.

After completing studies, Thakur ji dedicated herself to the service of the RSS in the form of a preacher of the Sangha in 1942. Due to high interest in reading-reading, he established a library in Sangh-office where he collected 5 thousand books.

In 1948, after the Gandhi assassination, he led the 1,400 volunteers who had been on hunger strike for 42 days in Yol Camp Jail against the union ban. As a result of the hunger strike, the Gopichand Bhargava rule of Punjab collapsed and the Bhimsen Sachchar government came into being. After the ban came to an end, the work of the Sangh began to be restored all over the country. Shri Golwalkar ji sent Thakur Ram Singh to the Sangh work in the Assam region. Working as the first province-propagator of the Assam province from 22 September, 1949 to April, 1971, Thakurji strengthened the entire Assam region with the organization’s vision.

On June 20, 1946, in the Balmiki Building, after singing “Barhkh Barsha” of “Shubh Sukh Chain” in front of Mahatma Gandhi, he also made his muidid. On August 15, 1947, under the leadership of Ram Singh, IKAA Orchestra played the song “Barhka Barsha” of “Shubh-Sukh Chain” on Red Fort. This song was the Hindi translation of Rabindranath Tagore ji’s “Jana-Gan-Mana” and with some modifications it was written by Netaji with the special advisers of Netaji and it was composed by K. Ram Singh Thakur. This song, named “Kami Tarana”, became the national anthem of the Azad Hind Fauj, and the tune of this song was later used as a tune of “Jana-Gan-Mana”. In this way, the tunes of our nation songs have been made by Ram Singh ji.

At the request of the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru in August, 1948, he came to Lucknow as a sub inspector in Uttar Pradesh P.C.C. and became the band master of the PACC. On June 30, 1974, he retired and was given the honorary post of “Composer of Life P. A.C.C.C.” On April 15, 2002, this great musician died.

K. Ram Singh Ji received many awards and till the last days of his life, he lived in the PCA colony of Lucknow, poisonous tunes were often heard on the violin passing through the wireless intersection in the morning. Several mountainous tunes were also made by him, such as “Nainitala-Nainitala … Ghumi Aayo Rala”. The violin offered by Netaji was very dear to him,

Ram Singh Thakur Joint organization of the Sikhs

At the age of 20, Ram Singh Sikh Maharaja joined Ranjit Singh’s army. After the death of Ranjit Singh, the founder of the Sikhs, his army and the area were scattered. Ram Singh, concerned with British strength and weakness of the Sikhs, decided to revive self-respect in the villages and made many measures to organize them. He started new rituals in the nominees and started being called ‘Kuka’ [2] due to the sound of screaming after unintended mantras. Their sect was more puritanical and hardcore than other Sikh proponents. Namdhari used to wear white clothes woven with hands. They used to wear turbans in a very special way. They kept chanting of a stick and wool for themselves. They used to use special greetings and secret signs. Their enlightenment was also very simplicity.

Death of Ram Singh Thakur

Ram Singh created a sense of self-respect among his disciples, many of whom were poor, by telling them that they are the most beloved of God and the other is unconcerned. His personal army was up to the messenger, so that the British Postal Service could be boycotted. Ram Singh, who contributed for the independence of the country, died in Burma in 1885 AD.