Nanaji Deshmukh Biography, honored Bharat Ratna, some unknown facts

Nanaji Deshmukh Biography, honored Bharat Ratna, some unknown facts

Nanaji Deshmukh Biography: The architect of Gonda Integral Human Philosophy, has been posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna , the highest civilian honor of the country . The people of Gonda and Balrampur districts are elated with this honor. Gramodaya Prakalp Jayaprabha Village is spreading its fragrance not only in Devipatan mandal, but also in the entire state as the place of birth of Nanaji . People are happy with this honor of Nanaji. Some are distributing sweets and some are praising this move of the government.

The Deendayal Research Institute of the nation sage Nanaji Deshmukh, located on the Gonda-Balrampur road, 27 km from Gonda, Devipatan Divisional Headquarters, Jayaprabha Village is characterized by the aroma of education, health, self-reliance and virtue. Village Swaraj gets to see a wonderful confluence of public inspiration in the work place of Nanaji, who lands on the land. There are gaushala, rashala, Bhakti Dham temple as well as free living and education of Tharu tribe children. At the main gate, Nanaji’s jeevan sutra is ‘I am not for myself, but for my loved ones’. We are those who are suffering and neglected. Inspires people. There are many inspiring things in Jayaprabha village


The project established under the name of Deendayal Research Institute Jayaprabha also has boating with Nana ji’s hut, Arvind Kuti, Chinmay Kuti, Nutri Vatika and Manas Lake. In addition to the souvenir temple of Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan and his wife Prabhavati, Bhakti Dham is a darshan of the Char Dham, a symbol of social harmony. The institute has 10 projects including Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Tharu Tribe.

Nanaji Deshmukh was born on 11 October 1916 as the fifth child in the Kadoli village of Hingoli district, Maharashtra, deprived of alphabetic knowledge and home to the learned couple Amritrao Deshmukh and his wife Rajabai. There was a family of two brothers and three sisters. The parents left at a young age. Nana ji did not learn alphabets till the age of 11 as there was no school nearby. 

He had to go to a place called Risod for alphabetic knowledge. After passing the matriculation examination in 1937, apart from Dr. Hedgewar of Nanaji Sangh, Babasaheb was extremely impressed with Apte and got involved in the work of the Sangh. Having received Padma Vibhushan and many other honors, Nanaji’s life was very simple. Hard work brought Nanaji to this point. He retired from politics on April 8, 1978, at the age of 60, after 25 years of political service.

Nanaji Defeated Rajmata Balrampur in 1977 elections

The Jayaprabhagram project was established on 25 November 1978. Nanaji Deshmukh was elected to the Lok Sabha after defeating Rajmata Balrampur in 1977 from Balrampur parliamentary seat. It is said that after losing the election, the Rajmata gave away about 50 acres of land in Janaki Nagar Gram Panchayat to Nana ji as a donation.

 To put Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya’s philosophy of Integral Humanism on the practical plane, Nanaji Deshmukh established the Deendayal Research Institute Jayaprabha Gram as a laboratory for socio-economic reconstruction. Taking care of every hand work and watering every farm, Nana ji got the then President Neelam Sanjeev Reddy to conduct many projects for village upliftment on 25 November 1978 and made farmers happy by boring more than 25 thousand bass.

Nanaji deshmukh
Nanaji Deshmukh Biography, honored Bharat Ratna, some unknown facts

On the basis of education, health, self-reliance and virtue, the institute transformed 500 villages of Gonda-Balrampur. All employment opportunities should also be provided. So far, the institute has made more than 60 thousand young men and women self-supporting by training them in various trades. Also, more than 10 thousand children of Tharu tribe were educated. A group of more than three hundred women was formed and made Swavalambi. Not only in Devipatan Mandal, but also branches of Nanaji are raising their fame in many states. His workers are spread across Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Beed, Nagpur, Delhi and Chitrakoot.

How was the name Jayaprabhagram


Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan and his wife Prabhavati started work in the name of Samagra Kranti. Nana ji was greatly influenced by his works, in which Nanaji has also been involved and Nanaji was the General Secretary in this revolution movement. Both eminent society conceived Jai Prabha Gram with the first letter of the name of the Savvy couple, which is no longer an introduction.

Nanaji used to live in a bamboo hut, Nanaji Deshmukh lived as a bamboo hut in front of the Manas lake of Jayaprabhagram. In this life of simplicity, Nanaji was engaged only in economic dependence and social reconstruction for the people. He had said to donate his body to AIIMS before his death. Nanaji Deshmukh breathed his last on 27 February 2010.

Nanaji pledged to do the hardest job of bringing Deendayal Upadhyaya’s Integral Humanism philosophy to the ground. The development journey started from Gonda in Uttar Pradesh was completed with the multi-functional Gramoday project of Chitrakoot.

Nationalist thinker and politician Nanaji Deshmukh is known for rebuilding society. He worked to change the appearance of about 500 villages in UP and Madhya Pradesh. He used to say that he should retire from politics after the age of 60 years. Nanaji made Lord Rama’s Tapobhumi Chitrakoot his karmabhoomi.

He believed that when Lord Rama can work for the upliftment of tribals and Dalits in Chitrakoot during his period of exile, why can’t he. The plight of the villages of India left a deep impression in his mind from childhood to adolescence. Therefore, Nanaji was concerned about the development of villages and upliftment of people.

“Nanaji Deshmukh’s significant contribution to rural development showed the ideal way to empower the people living in the villages. He was a form of humility, compassion and service to the Dalits. He is truly a Bharat Ratna. Pranab da and Bhupenada I am very happy to be awarded the Bharat Ratna. Pranab da is an outstanding politician of our time. He has spent decades selflessly and tirelessly serving the nation. Has left an indelible mark on Ikas path. Made his debut as several generations of Hazarika songs and music. With the spread of justice, harmony and brotherhood of his songs Hazarika gave prominence globally Indian traditional music. “
Narendra Modi, Prime Minister

To be educated Nanaji

, Nanaji sold vegetables 
The plight of the villages of India left a deep impression in his mind from childhood to adolescence. Therefore, Nanaji used to be concerned about the development of villages and upliftment of people. Since Nanaji’s childhood was spent in a lot of deprivation, there was a sense of pity for the poor people who were buried behind him. To be educated himself, Nanaji sold vegetables. Raised

the RSS after Hedgewar’s death in 1940, Nanaji had family relations with RSS founder Dr. Keshav Baliram Hedgewar. Recognizing Nanaji’s emerging social talent, Hedgewar asked him to come to the Sangh branch. After the death of Hedgewar in 1940, the responsibility of raising the RSS came to Nanaji and making this struggle the basic purpose of his life, Nanaji gave his entire life to the Sangh. 

wandered around and inspired the youth to join the RSS


He roamed various states of the country including Maharashtra and motivated the youth to join the RSS And he was also successful in this task to a great extent. Nanaji Deshmukh, who visited Agra for the first time as an RSS pracharak, met Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay. After Agra, Nanaji went to Gorakhpur and worked hard throughout the day and set up RSS branches. Even Nanaji had to make food for the ashram operator Baba Raghavdas to stay in Gorakhpur (Sangh did not have enough money to run the organization at that time). 

Publication of these magazine magazines continued underground 


Today, Nanaji established schools called Saraswati Shishu Mandir all over the country in Gorakhpur. In 1947, the RSS started extracting two weekly Swadesh Hindi newspapers called Panchjanya. Atal Bihari Bajpayee was given the responsibility of editing, Deendayal Upadhyay as guidance and Nanaji as managing director. RSS was banned after the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1948, yet the publication of these magazine magazines continued underground. 

Nanaji set up units of the Jana Sangh in every district of Uttar Pradesh by 1957.
After the removal of the ban from the RSS, it was decided to establish the Bharatiya Jana Sangh for which Nanaji was sent to Uttar Pradesh for expansion. Setting the example of his organizational skills, Nanaji established Jana Sangh units in
every district of Uttar Pradesh by 1957. The Jan Sangh became the focal point of Uttar Pradesh’s major political power. Nanaji met Ram Manohar Lohia with Deendayal Upadhyaya after which the Jana Sangh and socialist ideology made it difficult for the Congress. 

Jayaprakash Narayan (JP) taken out safely
Nanaji was instrumental in uniting various political parties in the formation of the first non-Congress government of Uttar Pradesh. During the JP movement, when the police lathi-charged over Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Narayan, Nanaji showed courage and took out Jayaprakash Narayan (JP) safely. Nanaji was the chief among the founders of the Janata Party. 

The Janata Party came into existence by removing the Congress elected Lok Sabha MP from Balrampur in UP . When elections were held after the Emergency was lifted, Nanaji Deshmukh was elected Lok Sabha MP from Balrampur in UP and was invited to join the Morarji cabinet but Nanaji Deshmukh turned down the proposal saying that after 60 years of age, MPs should stay away from politics and do social and organizational work. .

AdvertisementIn 1960, at the age of about 60, Nanaji made his debut in social life, retiring from political life. He continued to do social work (especially in villages) by staying in ashrams, but never did his publicity. 

Saw the plight of the villages and then decided to work for the people,
during his visit to India in 1989, Nanaji first came to Lord Ram’s Tapobhumi Chitrakoot and finally settled here. He saw the plight of villages here and then decided to work for the people. Nana ji died here on 27 February 2010. In 1999, Nanaji was awarded the Padma Vibhushan. The then President APJ Abdul Kalam was also convinced of Nanaji’s social service. Nanaji had written a testament to donate his dead body for medical research in 1997, long before he died. After the demise, the body of Nanaji was handed over to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences.

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