The monument, Shaheed Smarak of Patna, has a significant history behind its construction. It is a monument set up to venerate the death of seven students who sacrificed their lives for the cause of the country. The Shaheed Smarak stands tall in the place where seven students performed an exceptional act of attempting to hoist the Indian National Flag during the colonial rule of the British in India.
There was an attempt to anchor the flag over the Bihar Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative Assembly of the state of Bihar in Patna. The effort was taken by the pupils in the year 1942, the same year in which the national call for the Quit India Movement was launched from the Gandhi Maidan, another landmark of the city of Patna. Under the command of the British Government in India, the students suffered the same fate as several other martyrs of the country. The order of shooting the trespassers was sounded and six of the students died of being shot by the police. The last and the seventh student sacrificed his life before the blazing guns of the British only after hoisting the flag over the assembly.
The Shaheed Smarak stands near the Legislative Assembly of Bihar in Patna. This grandiose structure is also known for its architectural magnificence. Historically, the structure commemorates the daring act of the students who sacrificed their life and is of great value to all Indians.
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