Life of Veer Savarkar defines that the pen shall always be more powerful than the sword. The arson of Nehruvian determinism that led to discredit the history of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar forsakes the enormous contribution from the revolutionaries of India. If it were up to the counterparts, they would rather have Veer Savarkar shot dead in the remote islands of Andaman than have him exercise the basic human rights. They rebuked his discretion of escaping the claws of Kalapani.
As a highly strategic move, he implored mercy petitions to the British Raj. He was successful in his conviction. He never put down his pen, as went on further to write more books. Living a life too magnanimous for taking on the monumental task of uniting the fragmented society. He met with harsh criticism for his efforts and the air of condescension but proved us the idea of revolution in the real sense which can't be digested.
Even though the history book may not remember the names of our revolutionaries but the ideas of Savarkar will be there as a bedrock in the ideas of revolution and in a construct of any living democracy to highlight the efforts of our people. Veer Savarkar will live on forever in the ideas of Akhand Bharat consolidated against the divisive prompts elicited by malicious means of censorship.
Source: Veer Savarkar: Watchword of Indian Revolution