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Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav: British hanged 9 elders on this Peepal tree of Meerut

Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav: British hanged 9 elders on this Peepal tree of Meerut

Aug 09, 2022 | 11:02 am

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English government ruled India for about 200 years. During this time, the people of India were tortured by the British in many ways, beaten Indians, villages of Indians were burnt and this was done only because the people of India opposed them. Although the history of Meerut is many thousands of years old, but if we talk about the time of the British rule, then it is said that in the year 1857, the first spark against the British was from this.

the British rule at that time Many villages were identified and those villages were completely burnt. The same village is also in the South Assembly of Meerut. The name of the village is Gagol. Even today there is a tree in this village where the British used to kill Indians by hanging them from the tree. In the year 1857, when sparks against the British rule, the British identified 9 people opposing this village and hanged them on a tree. This day was chosen by the British of the Vijayadashami festival. Since that day, the festival of Dussehra is not celebrated in this village. I knew When he reached inside the village through the paved road, he saw a huge tree of peepal in the middle of the fields. Looking at this tree, it seemed as if he wanted to say something. Looking at this huge tree, it was planting that this tree was 200 300 years old. The British had chosen this tree to hang the Indians who rebelled against them. In the year 1857, the British had identified the people of many villages, out of which the British also decided to end the village Gagol. The British had identified 9 elders here, who were killed by hanging on this tree. Even today it is a tree and that tree remains the place of 9 elders of 9 elders who sacrificed their lives, which even today the people of the village worship.

about the history of Gagol village Everyone knows from children to the elderly. To know the history of this peepal tree, we contacted the responsible citizens of the village, in which former village head Jagveer was also present. Jagveer said that in 1857, on his call, the citizens had launched a movement against the British rule on his call. The former head said that his elders used to say that all those people who were hanged by the British, along with the villagers, had plagued the British. The British reached the village, searching for those people, if they identified many people to hang them. At that time too, the people of the village protested against the hanging, but the English army had put a cannon to blow up the village, then 9 Kumbo of the village decided and 9 elders surrendered in front of the British army. , Those who were killed by hanging from the Peepal tree.

If the people of the village believed that the day the day was chosen by the English army to punish 9 elders, the day of Hindus was of Dussehra. . The British knew that Hindus celebrate this festival with the message of victory of good over evil. The British chose this day to hang these elders and gave a message that the people who will agitate against the British are bad and the British are good. The people of the village told that the festival of Dussehra is not celebrated in the village till today. However, the people of the village further told that if a son is born in someone's family on Dussehra or someone's cow gives a calf, then he celebrates Dussehra.

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August 9th 2022, 5:35 am
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