shaheed Shivaram Hari Rajguru’ (24 August 1908 – 23 March 1931) was an Indian
progressive from Maharashtra, known for the most part for his association in the death of a
English Raj cop.
Rajguru was conceived in a Marathi Deshastha Brahmin family at Khed, close Pune, in what was at that point
English India. He experienced childhood in Khed and his family had dependably harbored solid hostile to British,
expert patriot feelings. By his late youngsters was an individual from the Hindustan Socialist Republican
Affiliation, who needed India to be liberated from British manage by any methods essential. He accepted
that savagery against mistreatment was much more compelling against British administer than the peaceful
common noncompliance favored by Mahatma Gandhi.
Rajguru turned into an associate of Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev, and participated in the death of a
English cop, J. P. Saunders, at Lahore in 1928. Their activities were to retaliate for the passing
of Lala Lajpat Rai who had kicked the bucket a fortnight in the wake of being hit by police while on a walk challenging
the Simon Commission. The inclination was that Rai’s passing come about because of the police activity, despite the fact that
he had tended to a meeting later.
The three men and 21 other co-backstabbers were attempted under the arrangements of a control that
was presented in 1930 particularly for that reason. Every one of the three were indicted the charges and
held tight 23 March 1931. They were incinerated at Hussainiwala at the banks of the Sutlej stream in
the Ferozepur region of Punjab.
His origin of Khed has since been renamed as Rajgurunagar in his respect. Rajguru Market, a
shopping complex at Hisar, Haryana, was named in his respect in 1953.