A leader of the Indian National Congress, Gandhi advocated nonviolent civil disobedience against British rule. He is known for his campaigns like the Salt March and Quit India Movement.
The first Prime Minister of independent India, Nehru was a close associate of Gandhi. He played a vital role in shaping India's democratic and economic policies.
A revolutionary and freedom fighter, Bhagat Singh believed in armed struggle against British rule. He was involved in the Lahore conspiracy case and was executed at a young age.
Known as the "Iron Man of India," Patel played a key role in integrating princely states into a unified India after independence.
A fearless freedom fighter, Azad was a prominent figure in the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. He died in a shootout with the police.
An Irish-born activist, Besant was a prominent supporter of Indian self-rule and was involved in various social and political movements.
Known as "Lokmanya," Tilak was a leader of the Indian independence movement and a strong advocate of Swaraj (self-governance).