•  Talvar by Virendranath Chattopadhyay from Berlin.
    •  Free Hindustan by Taraknath Das from Vancouver.
    •  Ghadar by Ghadar party from San Francisco.
    •  Langal and Ganabani (1927) by Gopu Chakravarti and Dharani
       Goswami in Bengal.
    • Kirti (1926) by Santosh Singh in Punjab.
    • Kranti (1927) by S.S. Mirajkar, K N Joglekar and S.V. Ghate in
       Maharashtra.
    • Bandi Jivan by Sachindranath Sanyal in Bengal.
    • Atmashakti. Sarathi. Dhumketu. Bijoli, etc. in Bengal.
Assassination of Oppressive Officials During this period several attempts
were made by the revolutioneries to assassinate oppressive officials. Some of
the important ones, successful or not, are listed below:
    • Assassination of two unpopular British officials (Mr Rand and Lt
       Ayerst) by the Chapekar brothers (Damodar and Balkrishna) at Poona
       in 1897.
    • Unsuccessful attempt on the life of the Lt. Governor of East Bengal
       (Fuller) by Barindrakumar Ghosh and Bhupendranath Dutta in 1906.
    • Kennedy murders in 1908 by Khudiram Bose and Prafulla Chaki;
       though the original target in this, the sadistic judge of Muzffarpur,
       Kingsford, escaped unhurt. (Many revolutionaries, including
       Aurobindo Ghosh, were arrested by the British immediately after the
       Kennedy murders).
    • Attempt on the life of Lord Hardinge by Rash Behari Bose and Sachin
       Sanval in 1912 when the Viceroy was making his official entry into
       the new capital (Delhi).
    • Assassination of Curzon-Willie, a bureaucrat in the India Office, by
       Madanlal Dhingra in 1909 in London.
    • Murder of Saunders by Bhagat Singh, Azad and Raj Guru in Lahore
       in December 1928, as revenge for the assault on Lajpat Rai.
    • Throwing of a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly by Bhagat
       Singh and Batukeshwar Dutta in April 1929.
    • An attempt to blow up Lord Irwin’s train near Delhi in December,
       1929 by some members of the Hindustan Socialist Republican
       Association.