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Dashrath Chand

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Dasharath Chand (दशरथ चन्द; 1903-28 January 1941) is martyr of Nepalese Democratic Movement and a politician of Nepal who was active in starting a political revolution in Nepal during Rana rule. He was born at Baskot of Baitadi district of Nepal in 1903 AD as a son of Sher Bahadur Chand. Education He received his education at different places of Kumaon like Almora, Nainital, etc. Finally, he went to Banaras, where he completed an Intermediate education. In Banaras he worked for Kashi Nagari Pracharini Sabha Political career The Indian people were trying to free India from British rule. He was impressed by the freedom movement in India and involved in that movement. At the same time, he remembered the miserable condition of the general public of Nepal. The public was suffering from poverty, illiteracy, and ignorance. They were being exploited by the ruling class who had no law to obey and who lived in luxury. Tyranny, debauchery, economic exploitation, and religious
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