He was born in the town of Tamluk in Mindapore district of Bengal on 3rd December, 1889 to Trailokyanath Bose and Lakshmipriya Devi. He was the fourth child of his parents. Being a mere child, he took part in all revolutionary activities. He was really courageous and brave even as a child. He took part in secret planning sessions. He shifted his residence to take part in martyr activities. He had blind trust in Bhagavad Gita. He soon seek attention of his seniors because of his adventurous activities and leadership skills. Khudiram Bose became involved with the political party Jugantar to show his disobedience to the British government following the Partition of Bengal the same year.
Struggle for Freedom
At the age of 16, Khudiram Bose shifted to Muzaffarpur, in Bihar, to target the British officials. In April, 1908, he bombed the British Citizens and fled away. He was caught soon by the British Policemen and was brought to court.
At the end
Khudiram Bose was sentenced to death with three other accomplices of his who assisted him in the bombing attack. On 11th August, 1908, he was hanged to death when he was only 18 years of age. The crowd of Muzaffarpur gathered around to have the last sight of this young martyr boy.