Very fewer people know about this legendary artist.
We observe Independence day as a national festival to celebrate the date on which our country got rid of the dominant British rule, which took all blood sweat and tears, to achieve the independence of India and its people. On this day, we commemorate India’s freedom from British rule after decades of slavery. On this auspicious day, we also offer a tribute to all the freedom fighters and revolutionaries, who fought till their last breath, so as to thrash the Britishers out of our country.
There are still some great personalities, who played a significant role in the patriotic history of India and but always remained behind the scenes. Therefore, WittyFeed brings this artice, to make our readers aware about one such personality, who did a remarkable thing and gave India, one of its exclusive National Symbols.
National Anthem Of India
Each one of us, is familiar with the fact that Rabindranath Tagore was also known as Gurudev who penned down Jana Gana Mana, the national anthem of India.
While everyone is well aware about Pingali Venkayya, a freedom fighter and the person who designed beautiful ‘Tiranga’- the tricolor national flag of our country.
There’s a great man, who is lesser known by the citizens of India. This man from Indore, Madhya Pradesh gave the beautiful emblem of incredible India. His name is Dinanath Bhargava.
Dinanath, at the age of 21, designed this powerful national symbol of India.
In the year 1940, Bhargawa was a student of the legendary painter Nandalal Bose, who keeping Dinanath’s talent in mind, handpicked him to design India’s National Emblem ‘Lion Capital of Ashoka’ The world lost this adroit artist on Saturday i.e on 24th December 2016. He took his last breath at the age of 89, at his residence in Anand Nagar, Indore, Madhya Pradesh.