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The man who loves to serve for country : Atal Bihari Vajpayee

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Atal Bihari Vajpayee (born twenty five Dec 1924 in Gwalior) is associate degree Asian nationn politician WHO was the tenth Prime Minister of India, 1st for thirteen days in 1996, and so from 1998 to 2004. A parliamentarian for over four decades, Vajpayee was electoral to the Lok Sabha (the lower house of India’s Parliament) a record ninefold, and doubly to the Rajya Sabha (upper house). He additionally served because the Member of Parliament for Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, until 2009, once he retired from active politics because of health issues. Vajpayee was one in every of the founder members of erstwhile Jana Sangh and had been its president additionally. He was additionally the Minister of External Affairs within the cupboard of Morarji Desai. once Janata government folded Vajpayee united his entire party into a recent party and named it as Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). A poet-politician Vajpayee has been the liberal face of BJP.

गीत नया गाता हूँ, गीत नया गाता हूँ
टूटे हुए तारों से फूटे वासंती स्वर पत्थर की छाती में उग आया नव अंकुर
झरे सब पीले पात, कोयल की कुहुक रात
प्राची में, अरुणिमा की रेत देख पाता हूँ
गीत नया गाता हूँ, गीत नया गाता हूँ टूटे हुए सपने की सुने कौन सिसकी
अंतर को चीर व्यथा, पलकों पर ठिठकी हार नहीं मानूंगा, रार नहीं ठानूंगा
काल के कपाल पर, लिखता-मिटाता हूँ गीत नया गाता हूँ, गीत नया गाता हूँ

Atal Bihari Vajpayee was born to Krishna Devi and Krishna Bihari Vajpayee on twenty fifth Dec, 1924 in a very revered bourgeoisie Brahmin family. His birthplace was Shinde Ki Chhavani, atiny low city in Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh (then called Central Province). His granddad, Pandit Shyam Lal Vajpayee, had migrated to Gwalior from his ancestral village of Bateshwar, Uttar Pradesh and his father, Krishna Bihari Vajpayee, was a writer and a schoolmaster in his town. Vajpayee attended Gwalior’s Victoria faculty (now Laxmi Bai College), and graduated with distinctions in Hindi, English and Indo-Aryan. He completed his Post Graduation with associate degree (M.A.) degree in social science from DAV faculty, Kanpur, securing fantabulous.Later he became a full time employee of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and served the Rashtradharma, Veer Arjun and Panchjanya newspapers as a journalist.For a moment Vajpayee studied law, however middle he selected to become a journalist. This alternative was for the most part influenced by the very fact that as a student he had been associate degree activist in India’s struggle for freedom. He emended Rashtradharma (a Hindi monthly), Panchjanya (a Hindi weekly) and also the dailies Swadesh and Veer Arjun.Like different full time employees of the Sangh, Vajpayee ne’er married and set to dedicate his entire life for the service of the state.

Social and political
Nayi chunauti, naya avasara (Hindi Edition). (2002). ISBN 978-81-7016-501-8
India’s Perspectives on ASEAN and the Asia-Pacific Region. (2003). ISBN 978-981-230-172-7.
New Dimensions of India`s Foreign Policy. (1979).
Decisive days. (1999).
When will atrocities on Harijans stop?: A.B. Vajpayee’s speech in Rajya Sabha. (1988).
Heal the wounds: Vajpayee’s appeal on Assam tragedy to the parliament. (1983).
National integration. (1961).
Sakti se santi. (1999).
Rajaniti ki rapatili rahem. (1997).
Vicara-bindu (Hindi Edition). (2000). ISBN 978-81-7016-475-3.
Bindu-bindu vicara. (1997).
Kucha lekha, kucha bhashana. (1996).
Back to square one. (1998).
Dynamics of an open society. (1977).
Na dainyam na palayanam (Hindi Edition). (1998).
Bindu-bindu vicara (Hindi Edition). (1997).
Kucha lekha, kucha bhashana (Hindi Edition). (1996).
Sekyularavada: Bharatiya parikalpana (Da. Rajendra Prasada Smaraka vyakhyanamala). (1996).

Atal Bihari Vaj mem tina dasaka. (1992).
Pradhanamantri Atala Bihari Vajapeyi, chune hue bhashana. (2000).
Values, vision & verses of Vajpayee: India’s man of destiny. (2001).
India’s foreign policy: New dimensions. (1977).
Assam problem: Repression no solution. (1981).
Suvasita pushpa: Atala Bihari Vajapeyi ke sreshtatama bhashana. (1997).
Twenty-One Poems. (2003). ISBN 978-0-670-04917-2.
Kya khoya kya paya: Atala Vihari Vajapeyi, vyaktitva aura kavitaem (Hindi Edition). (1999). ISBN 978-81-7028-335-5.
Meri ikyavana kavitaem. (1995).
Meri ikyavana kavitaem (Hindi Edition). (1995).
Sreshtha kabita. (1997).
Nayi Disha – an album with Jagjit Singh (1999)
Samvedna – an album with Jagjit Singh (2002)
Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, selected speeches. (2000). ISBN 978-81-230-0834-9.
President’s addresses, 1980-1986. (2000).
Presidential address. (1986).
Presidential address: Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha session, Bhagalpur (Bihar), 5 6 & 7 May 1972. (1972).
Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Pokhran Test.

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