Here are the best Lala Lajpat Rai Quotes on politics, morality, freedom, and education.

Best Lala Lajpat Rai Quotes

Since the cruel killing of cows and other animal have commenced, I have anxiety for the future generation.

The shots that hit me are the last nails to the coffin of British rule in India.

Defeat and failure are sometimes necessary steps of victory.

A person should be courageous and honest in worshipping the truth, without being concerned about receiving worldly benefits.

I always believed that my silence on several topics will be an advantage in the long run.

Morality requires that we should take to the work of elevating the depressed classes out of a sheer sense of justice and humanity regardless of any outside considerations.

We want to avoid the evils of class struggle. The only way to meet Bolshevism is to concede rights to the different people of the earth now being bled and exploited.

Politics is a changing game and I do not believe in any inflexible, cut and dried scheme good for all times and under all circumstances.

To appeal in the name of expediency, when the latter strengthens the demands of morality and humanity, involves no breach of principle.

The process of building a nation is a moral process. You cannot engage in work of this kind with success by practicing duplicity.

We are wedded neither to cooperation nor to non-cooperation. We must do what is best, practical, and possible under the circumstances.

No nation was worthy of any political status if it could not distinguish between begging political rights and claiming them.

The Government which attacks its own innocent subjects has no claim to be called a civilized government.

Begging or prayer cannot bring freedom. You can win it only through struggle and sacrifice.

Non-cooperation with foreign rulers is the only right course for a subject people.

We are a friend neither of the landlord nor of the capitalist.

Milk for the infants. Food for the adults. Education for all.

Every blow that they hurled at us drove one more nail into the coffin of the Empire.

The shots that hit me are the last nails to the coffin of British rule in India.

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Short Biography: Lala Lajpat Rai

Born on January 28, 1865, in the Agarwal Jain family in Dhudike, Punjab Province, to Urdu and Persian government school teacher Munshi Radha Krishna Agarwal and his wife Gulab Devi.

Lala Lajpat Rai was a politician, independence fighter, and novelist. He was a key figure in the Indian independence struggle. Popularly known as Punjab Kesari.

He died a few weeks after incurring serious injuries during a police baton charge while leading a nonviolent protest march against the all-British Simon Commission, which was set up by the UK to alter Indian constitutional law.