In August, 1942, the most respected Hindu Leader, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, and better known as Mahatma Gandhi It was a movement of civil disobedience. Immediately after his call, the whole leadership of Congress and more than 60,000 Indians were arrested. And the call was a failure in the short term, but it communicated to the British fully that India was no more controllable by them, and they had no other choice except to find some respectable way to quit India.
II.Inquilab Zindabad (Long Live the Revolution)
The slogan is synonymous to Bhagat Singh, the Indian youth revolutionary. Along with Batukishwer Dut, shouting the slogan Inqilab Zindabad, he threw two bombs and many leaflets inside the Central Legislative Assembly. He was convicted of murder and hanged at the age of 23.
Subhas Chandra Bose, popularly known as Nitaji, the respected leader, created the slogan, He decided to use the slogan at the end of every meeting, and today it is an official salutation in India.
IV.Swaraj Mara Janamasiddha Hak Hai; Self Rule is My Birthright
The slogan Swaraj Mara Janamasiddha Hak Hai, Self-rule is my birthright, was created by the fiery Indian Leader Bal Gangadhar Tilak. His slogan inspired millions of Indians all over the world and played a pivotal role in the fight for freedom.
V.Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan; Long Live Youth, Long Live Farmer
The slogan Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan, Long Live Youth, Long Live Farmer was created by Lal Bahadur Shastri who was a loyal follower of Mahatma Gandhi and had joined the Indian Independence Movement in 1920. He would be one of the most trusted fellows of Pundit Jawahar Lal Nehru
VI.Satvameva Jayathe; Truth Will Win
Madan Mohan Malaviya was a famous Indian educationalist and freedom fighter. He is remembered for popularizing the slogan Satvameva Jayathe, Truth Will Win. The slogan was taken from the old Indian Scripture Mundaka Upanishad. The slogan was received with such an enthusiasm that it was adopted as the Indian National Motto.
VII.Aaram Haram Hai
Aram Haram Hai, Rest is a Religious Deviation, was a slogan given by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, a devout follower of Mahatma Gandhi. He believed in the untiring effort for the cause of freedom and worked ceaselessly for its achievement.
VIII.Vande Matram; I Bow to Thee Mother!
This Slogan is taken from an ancient novel Anandamath written in Begali and Sanskrit by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in 1882. The song is a hymn to Durga Devi, considered an Indian national embodiment. Khudiram Bose, a young revolutionary and Indian freedom fighter, killed many British officers by bombing and was planning to kill the Magistrate Kingsford.
IX.Simon Go Back
Lajpat Rai led a peaceful procession to protest against the Simon Commission and created the slogan Simon Go Back, Police batons were used to charge the procession to disperse, and LalaRajpat Rai was severely hit on the chest and died soon afterwards.
X.Don’t Pay Tax (During Satyagraha)
The salt march was led by Mahatma Gandhi and culminated into Purna Swaraj Self Rule declaration by the Indian National Congress on January 26, 1930.