There are vast and amazing stories about Indian history. We’ve been listening to many stories from our past that are really hard to believe and we often refuse to accept them in the absence of proofs. A picture says a lot about events without any explanation and it is the best way to visualize the emotions and scenarios of a particular event. Ever found any black and white picture from the old cupboards of your grandparents? I think most of us have seen many black and white photos of our parents and grandparents. These photos kind of mesmerize us and it develops amazing curiosity in our minds about the past events.
I have seen that my grandfather used to tell all the stories of the past Indian history, our independence and many other historical events that we read in our history books. We have seen many movies based on the heroes of our nation and we all have the visualization in our minds about the happening in the past. But, we haven’t been exposed to the real pictures of those heroes that changed the whole scenario of our country and registered their names in the Indian history. Today, we’ll be looking at the pictures that captured historical people and events of old India.
Take A Look At These 15 Rare Photos Of Indian History You’ve Never Seen Before
1. Mahatma Gandhi death rare picture.
2. Rani Laxmi Bai Original picture clicked by a German photographer.
3. Noble prize winners Ravindra Nath Tagore and Albert Einstein.
4. Mahatma Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose Together on stage.
5. Celebrations after Indian independence.
6. Picture clicked after Chandrashekhar Azad’s death.
7. Mahatma Gandhi having a conversation with last British viceroy Mountbatten.
8. Swami Vivekanand’s very rare picture.
9. Picture of Anna Hazare when he was a soldier in Indian Army.
10. Subhash Chandra Bose rare picture of childhood.
11. First morning after the Indian independence.
12. India 100 years ago.
13. The cruelties under the British rule.
14. Mahatma Gandhi with famous comedian Charlie Chaplin.
15. Trial of Godse after Mahatma Gandhi’s death.
16. Original picture taken during the Indo-Pak partition.
17. Gandhi Family Picture.
18. Former President Pranav Mukharji
19. Meeting of Netaji with Hitler.
20. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam during his college days.