Not only did he manage to secure the accession of these states but also oversaw the transformation of administration in a phased way. There was a man in his village who used to cure boils by touching them with hot iron. He became an extremely popular person and got elected in the Municipal Corporation in Around three years, he remained at home, buckled down and arranged for the District Leader's examination, subsequently going with great percentage.
The entire nation plunged into deep sorrow, and everyday life came to a standstill. Gandhi's assassination left Sardar Patel without the guidance of his political mentor and the "Father of the Nation.
These states were varied in size and might. Patel did not let the grief overshadow his sense of responsibility. Sardar chief was how he was addressed and with good reason.
Menon, another exceptional administrator, Patel was responsible for bringing together these states and building up the Indian Republic.
Vallabhbhai fearlessly responded, "What are you waiting for? Vallabhbhai went to him to remove the boil that he had.
Though a staunch Hindu, Patel had a deep appreciation for the diverse culture of India. His father, Jhaverbhai Patel, was a farmer.