Chakravarti Rajagopalachari, famously alluded to as Rajaji, was brought into the world on 10 December 1878 in Thorapalli, Tamil Nadu. He went to the public authority school in Hosur, Tamil Nadu and proceeded to concentrate in Central College, Bangalore. Later on, he got a law degree from Presidency College, Madras and started his criminal law practice in Salem.
His entrance into public life was set apart in 1917 when he turned into the administrator of the region of Salem in 1917.
Part in India’s Independence Movement:
Rajaji’s own collaboration with Gandhi in 1919 drove him to surrender his legitimate calling to be completely associated with the country’s autonomy battle. The connection between them just developed further and Mahatma considered Rajaji the ‘attendant of my inner voice’.
He partook in disturbances against the Rowlett Act, the Non-Cooperation development, the Vaikom Satyagraha, and the Civil Disobedience Movement. For these exercises, somewhere in the range of 1912 and 1941, because of which he was imprisoned multiple times.
Commitment to Constitution Making:
Rajaji was chosen for the Constituent Assembly from Madras on a Congress party ticket. In the Assembly, he interceded on the issues of strict opportunity and citizenship.
Post-autonomy, Rajaji filled in as the last Governor-General of India till 1950. Later Nehru fruitlessly crusaded to make Rajaji the primary President of free India.
In the wake of moving back to Madras, he momentarily filled in as Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister somewhere in the range of 1952 and 1954. His choice to make Hindi a required language in schools drew hefty analysis. In 1954 he was met with the Bharat Ratna for his commitment to Indian legislative issues and writing.
Clashes became further among Rajaji and Nehru; this prompted Rajaji shaping the Swatantra Party. It intended to give a basic reaction to Nehru’s strategies and address focus to right political belief systems. Nonetheless, the excursion of the gathering finished in 1974.
He died on 25th December 1972.
Rajaji was a productive author. His most mainstream works remember a retelling of the Mahabharata and Ramayana for English, and Ramayana – Chakravarti Thirumagan in Tamil.