Karyanand SharmaJun 12 2022 Indian fighters for freedom Karyanand Sharma
Sharma was a prominent freedom fighter and pleasant revolutionary leader who conducted several movements against zamindar and the British government of India. Karyanand Sharma was a person who actively participated in Non cooperation movement under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and the Indian national congress party. He was involved in various kinds of pleasant issues as a member of revolutionary group.
Personal life of Karyanand Sharma
He was born in sahoor village of mongyr district in the year 1901. The exact date of birth of Sharma was unknown to everyone. He belongs to a poor tenant Bhumihar Brahmin family. He began his studies in the early age.
Karyanand Sharma was in a position to leave the school in order to support his family in farming and cultivation. Later on he continued his education from the year 1914 and passed his matriculation examination successfully in 1920.
Revolutionary activities of Sharma
After completing his education successfully, Sharma vigorously participated in the Non cooperation Movement to fight against the British rule in India. Karyanand Sharma was a great inspiration of every Indian citizen even today. Most of the young freedom fighter and revolutionary who joined Indian national congress was highly inspired with his contribution to the nation.
He was under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi and Indian national congress. As a result of Sharma’s participation in Indian national congress, he was arrested by the British Indian police and was sentenced to exact imprisonment for a period of one year. As soon as he was released from jail, Sharma showed more involvement in various issues of the peasant.
In the year 1927, he conducted a resistance of tenants against the arbitrary extortions by the zamindars at chanan. This resistance of tenants was particularly aimed to fight against the Giddhaur Raj and Kaira estate. The Zamindar and their subordinates of these states were predominantly oppressive.
The leader of Indian national congress supported Sharma even though the party leaders didn’t provide any direct help to him. But there were unity among the tenants which made the Zamindars to surrender to the demands of peasants.
Karyanand’s participation in Kisan movement
The struggle between the peasant and Zamindar were solved successfully. This trimph became a great motivational factor for the peasants in Monghyr. Stictures were passed against Pandit Karyanand Sharma after the popular Barahiya Bhakshat Andolan which was conducted in1937-1939. Sharma was arrested by government of India in 1938.
After coming out from the jail, he aggressively participated in Kisan Movement. As soon as he participated in Kisan movement he was arrested again. Ultimately Sharma became a follower of Marxist ideologies and a member of the communist party of India. He remained as a member of All India congress committee till the year 1943.
After the nation achieved independence from the British rule in India, Sharma became one of the foremost leaders of the communist party of India. Under the leadership of Karyandand Sharma, the communist party of India was able to wage many significant struggles during the 1950s. He was also a member of legislative party till his death. He died in the year 1965.