15 Inspiring Quotes by Bal Gangadhar Tilak

Bal Gangadbar Tilak
(1856-1920) : Indian patriot and statesman, known as "Lokamanya". He organised Nationalist (or Extremist) Party with Lala Lajpat Rai and Bipin Chandra Pal. Britishers called him "Father of Indian Unrest". He gave the clarion call Swaraj is my birth right". He was the founder-editor of Mahratta (English) and Kesari (Marathi). He authored Geetharahasyam.

In so many competitive examinations, the quotes related  questions of great persons are being asked frequently. Having this in the mind, here the collection of 15 quotes from the quotations of Bal Gangadbar Tilak is given below.

1. It may be providence's will that the cause I represent may prosper more by my suffering than by my remaining free.
2. It may be the will of providence that the cause I represent can prosper more by my suffering for my remaining free.
3. Our nation is like a tree of which the original trunk is swarajya and the branches are swadeshi and boycott.

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4. Swaraj is my birthright, and I shall have it!
5. The compilation of hymns into Sanhitas also appears to be a work of the early part of this period.
6. Geologist takes up the story of the earth at the point where it leaves the archaeologist, and takes him further back in remote antiquity.
7. If the history of any nation is drawn back into the past, we finally reached a period of myths and traditions that eventually fade into impenetrable darkness.
8. Freedom is my birthright. I must have it.
9. If we trace the history of any nation backwards into the past, we come at last to a period of myths and traditions which eventually fade away into impenetrable darkness.
10. It is true that the lack of rain causes hunger, but it is also true that people in India do not have the strength to fight evil.
11. Poverty in India is due entirely to this rule.
12. After all, our Killers are our ...Brothers!!??
13. In India there was only one natural aggressive nationalist and he was Tilak.
14. The geologist takes up the history of the earth at the point where the archaeologist leaves it, and carries it further back into remote antiquity.
15. India is being bled until only the skeletal remains