Atal Bihari Vajpayee Death Anniversary: Why he was the most loved PM of India
- Poem by Atal Bihari Vajpayee
- Why were we blessed to have a PM like him?
Atal Bihari Vajpayee Death Anniversary: On 16 August 2018, the nation bid its final goodbye to the great politician Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Calling him a legend will be an understatement for his contributions to India. He was a great leader, politician, and excellent poet. He has weaved magic through his words. People loved him for his poetry. He suffered from a Kidney infection, and he passed away at 93. Nobody can fill the void that he has left behind. ‘जो अटल है कभी टल न सके और अटल सा कोई बन न सके’.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee Death Anniversary, here are 5 poems written by him that will make you motivate you to become a better version of yourself.
1. When he wrote about our existence and confusion
“Hone na Hone Kara miss Tarah chalta raehga, hum Hai, hum rahenge yeh Braham bhi sada pta chalta rahega. “
2. When he talked about Strength
“Daanu pas sab laga Hai, ruk nhi sakte, toot sakte Hai Magar, hum jhook nhi sakte.”
3. Because Death is certain
“Maut ki Umar hi Kya Hai? Do pal bhi nhi, Zindagi Silsila, aaj kal ki nhi.”
4. Unity is the biggest strength
“Jalna hoga, galna hoga. Kadam milakar chalna hoga.”
5. Make a grip on your Fears
“Main Jee bhar jiya, mann se maru, Laut kar aunga, kooch se kyun daru?”
Why were we blessed to have a PM like him?
On Atal Bihari Vajpayee Death Anniversary let have a look, why people love him so much. Atal Bihari is known as the Man of the Masses. He is one of the most beloved politicians in India. He is widely respected all across the nation. His charismatic persona has no match. Here are a few things you need to know about him.
He was a bright student
Yes, he was a brilliant student. He has earned a first-class post-graduate degree in Political science.
Before joining RSS, he was a communist
Before joining Rastriya Swayam Sewak Sangh, he was inclined towards communism. After getting influenced by Babasaheb, Aptehe joined the RSS in 1939, and in 1947, he became a full-time worker.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee wanted to become a journalist
It was his dream. He always wanted to become a journalist, and his dream came true when he was sent to Uttar Pradesh to work for Deen Dayal Upadhyaya’s newspaper – Rashtradharma (a Hindi monthly)
His first Lok Sabha Election
He contested his first Lok Sabha election in the year 1957, he contested for the first time from two constituencies – Mathura and Balarampur. He lost his Mathura seat to Raja Mahendra Pratap but he won the Balarampur seat.
First Hindi Speech in United Nations
He was the first person to speak Hindi in the United Nations. He uplifted Hindi to the international platform.
He was a multi-talented politician who lived his life on his own terms and has left an indelible mark on Indian Politics. You will always be missed, Atal Ji!