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Vatan Ka Raag - Ep- 01 (Hindi)   
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This programme "Vatan Ka Raag" is based on popular songs during the freedom struggle movements. Many of songs were banned and seized by British Govt. But some songs were searched and published later on.

Yug Pravartak Vivekananda Ep- 43 (Hindi)   
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This programme is based on the life of Swami Vivekananda. In this episode, we are talking about Swami ji's visits and lecturers.

 

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad- Ep- 42 (Hindi)   
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From Detroit, Swamiji reached Northampton where he was welcomed. Miss Martha Brown, a student at Smith College in the city wrote about Swamiji. When he entered in the lecture hall, his face was illuminated with light, eyes were full of light.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad- Ep- 41 (Hindi)   
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Swamiji visit Detroit twice. During his second visit he had decided to deliver a lecture on Western Missionaries in India and left the city on 30th March.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad- Ep- 40 (Hindi)   
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In Detroit, Swamiji had to face a few oppositions against his ideologies. But, as usual, he would confront them all boldly. Swamiji delivered his lectures in Detroit. Besides he also use to lecture during household visits and informal meetings. There, he met sister Cristine, who later became Swamiji's disciple.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad- Ep- 39 (Hindi)   
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Swamiji signed a contract with a company for 3 years. He wanted to utilize the money he would receive as token of respect in developmental activities in India. The number of Swamiji's admirers increased in the city of Memphis. After his lectures usually women would ask him questions and he would reply to them.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad Ep38 (Hindi)   
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After the conference, Swamiji's popularity gained momentum as he was invited by far off region, to deliver lectures. Mrs. Berck has noted in her book the interesting meeting of millionaire Som.D. Rode Feller with Swamiji. His letter to the Maharaj of Khetri, Swamiji wrote about the liberty of women in the west and their open mindness which was quite appreciable.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad Ep37 (Hindi)   
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A huge public used to gather to listen to Swamiji's lecture. Swamiji was supposed to render his speech on the last day of conference i.e. 27th September. Annie Besent, days after the conference remarked that Swamiji was the youngest amongst all orators yet was amidst the crowd of his admirers.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad Ep35 (Hindi)   
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Cornelia and Swamiji had developed a strong emotional bond. Cornelia who was a small child at that time noted many events about Swamiji. Swamiji stayed with her family for quite a long time. On 11 September 1833, Monday the session of the congress of religious started in the morning. According to the presiding president Mr. Boney, all major religion were present.

Yug Pravartak Vivekanad Ep36 (Hindi)   
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The first day concluded briefly. However the message was omniscient and humane. Swamiji had won hearts with his speech and clarity of thoughts. The American public was attracted towards the Indian Monk, and hence it made it easier for the latter to disseminate his message to a greater public.

Radio Azad Hind

<p>The basic and primary focus of Radio Azad Hind is to provide listeners information on principles, lives and sacrifices of our freedom fighters during India&rsquo;s freedom struggle.</p>

<p>The station&rsquo;s inspiration was the first ever broadcast during India's freedom struggle movement made by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose from Azad Hind Radio on 25thMarch, 1942 from Berlin, Germany. The radio station is dedicated to freedom fighters.</p>

Tansmission 1st - Vande Matram, Mangal Dhwani, Program Highlights, Jeevan Saurabh, Akshay Nidhi, Bhakti Sangeet, Badhte Kadam, Suneheri Yaadein, Azad Hind, Parikrama, Vatan Ka Raag, Hindustan Hamara, Gaane Tarane, Azadi A Quiz Show, Aadi Vidrohi.

Tansmission 2nd - Program Highlights, Akshay Nidhi, Bhakti Sangeet, Badhte Kadam, Suneheri Yaadein, Azad Hind, Parikrama, Vatan Ka Raag, Hindustan Hamara, Gaane Tarane, Azadi A Quiz Show, Aadi Vidrohi.

 

<p>Signature Programme: Vatan Ka Raag, Hindustan Hamara, Yug Pravartak Vivekanad, Sunehri Yaadein, Azadi. Community Participation: Programmes are produced after deep discussion among writers, producers and presenters. Community participation is through letters and oral information which is included in programming.</p>

<p>Funding and Partnerships: At the time of inception,a fund was provided by Swaraj Sansthan Sachalany and the Dharampal Shodhpeeth, Bhopal for infrastructure, procurement and management. Fund for running the Community Radio Station are provided by the Swaraj Sansthan Sanchalanay, the Dharampal Shodhpeeth and the Vikramaditya Shodhpeeth. One of thepurposes of the Radio is to record all songs popular during freedom movement and the collection of biographical details of known and unknown freedom fighters and present these through educational and cultural programming.</p>

<p>Will be updated soon.</p>

<p><strong>Core Team:</strong><br />Shriram Tiwari , Sanjay Yadav, E S Guha, Jawahar Shah, Kanchan Rajani, Pramila Devakar, Ranu Sharma, Amit Kundani, Anju Kumar, Ankita, Pramod Sharma and Farnaz Hassan.</p> <p><strong>CRMC Members:</strong><br />Committee consists of writers, freedom fighters, media persons, educationist are included in the panel.</p>

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