Lal Quila (1960)
(Certified: Oct 22, 1960)
This, unfolds page of history behind the famous Red Fort of Delhi called "Lal Quilla" which was orginally erected by the Moghul Emperor Shahjhan and finally dedicated to the memory of the braves who fell for the freedom of our country, by the last Moghul king Bahadur Shah Zafar to be taken charge and defended with due traditions by the youngmen of India. The big empire was thus shaken. Sympathisers outlawed, families of the people were put to the plights of bayonets and mercilessly destroyed. This all set the whole country to fire and many lions like "Sagar Singh" came out of their hidings. There were at that time saints too, like Ramdas who was against the violent reactions but had to yield to the circumstances and will of the people. This sacred war took in trail the sacrifices of the Rajput daughter, Lakshmi, Prince Gulab Singh and also the tenderly modelled Kamla who had to pay a heavy cost. The other side too was not so dark, within the ranks of the Britishers there too were men of heart and soul who sympathised the popular cause of the people. Major Taylor and his daughter Helen had a share in serving the mankind. The country was within the reach of the desired goal when there broke out mutiny Barrack pore and Mangal Pandey was put to the gallows to see the First Heros admiring end. This somewhat disheartened the young freedom-fighters and to quote the version of Saint Ramdas the time of or Independence went back to another hundred years. This flight of the Indpendence of our country fought for and by the people of India is written with the bloods of our great sons which will be ever remembered by the sons of India. The walls of "Lal Quilla" are still narrating the tales and epics of those martyrs and shed tears to their memories.