Atal Bihari Vajpayee: The man with pen and sword leaves legacy to be carried on for generations, regardless of boundaries. Writing about Atal Bihari Vajpayee is far beyond politics and today’s comic or malicious political practices, especially when it truly fits that he has proved to our generation that the pen and sword are both to be carried at the same time. A district parliamentarian for more than 5 decades, 93-year-old Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee breathed his last on August 16 at AIIMS in the national capital.
The tall BJP leader is attributable to lifting the hopes of the currently powerful Bharatiya Janata Party back in 1998 once he became the first non-Indian National Congress Prime Minister to serve a full five-year term. It absolutely was in 2009 that he retired from active politics, owing to unhealthy health conditions. Till his death on Thursday evening, Vajpayee was the oldest living former Indian PM.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee Speech : Here Comes My Resignation, Mr. Speaker!
By successfully testing of Nuclear Bombs with the brainstorm of another Great Indian, Bharat Ratna Former President and Scientist Late Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, shook the world, letting know, that India is resilient by nature, and not to testify or forget that. On the other hand, leading an imposed war against Pakistan and reclaiming Kargil and starting bus service from Delhi to Lahore shows the perfect contrast of being humane.
As a poet, Vajpayee, with regard to his poetry he wrote, “My poetry is a declaration of war, not an exordium to defeat. It is not the defeated soldier’s drumbeat of despair, but the fighting warrior’s will to win. It is not the dispirited voice of dejection, but the stirring shout of victory.”
His distinct style of articulation inordinate some great poems and many of the golden voices made them immortal and as well as the legend itself.
“Kya Khoya Kya Paaya” – an exquisite literary work composed by former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee was sung by Late Shri Jagjit Singh that includes Shah Rukh Khan in 1999. The heart touching poem is 19 years old, nevertheless contemporary within the hearts and memory of people. A poem that fantastically describes the hardships and struggles of the human heart at each step in life. Atal ji’s words, Jagjit ji’s voice and Shah Rukh Khan’s look have created it a legend.
“Door Kahin Koi Rota Hai” – The poem was sung by Jagjit Singh in the year 2002. The poem is a part of the Samvedna album (2002). The poem talks regarding the loneliness and also the unhappy times that are equally as vital as happiness in life and the way a person is often alone when unhappy. Death, disappointment and tears are part and parcel of our life, however how we continually realize ourselves alone and helpless throughout such times is what makes it heart wrenching.
“A Man Ki Gathein Khole” – Composed by Atal ji and sung by legendary singer Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar, the poem is a masterpiece. Such beauty, description and feelings confined in one poem and to prime it all, the nightingale singing it makes it even a lot of special. It is a very heart touching and emotional poem which is able to positively give you goosebumps.
Rishitulya purva pradhan mantri Bharat Ratna Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji ke swargwas ki vaarta sunke mujhe aise (cont) https://t.co/1w1sEjs1eB
— Lata Mangeshkar (@mangeshkarlata) August 16, 2018
Vajpayee was the 10th Prime Minister Of India, served his 1st term for simply 15 days in 1996 and later went on to carry the country’s prime political position from 1998 to 2004.
He was an elected member of the Lok Sabha 10 times and served as a member of parliament in Rajya Sabha doubly. Throughout his expansive political career, Vajpayee has served, because the nation’s Minister of External Affairs in the Morarji Desai government.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the recipient of India’s highest civilian honor, Bharat Ratna Award. The award was proclaimed on Dec 25, 2014 by the workplace of the President of India and handed over to him at his residence on March 27, 2015. His birthday, Dec 25, was declared ‘Good Governance Day’.
United Nations in India put out a tweet quoting Vajpayee from his 2002 UNGA address
In memory of India's former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
"A genuinely democratic framework enables us to respect alternative points of view to value diversity & to fashion solutions responsive to the aspiration of the people" – at the UNGA in 2002. #AtalBihariVajpayee pic.twitter.com/KOjSz5eXds
— United Nations India (@UNinIndia) August 17, 2018