Bhagat Singh’s birthday: Read 10 revolutionary thoughts from the freedom fighter

Birthday of Bhagat Singh: Today, September 28, is the birthday of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh, who sacrificed his life for the freedom of India. Shaheed Bhagat Singh was born on September 28, 1907 at Baga in the Laipur district of the pre-Partition Punjab province.

Bhagat Singh was among those who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country and shook the roots of British rule with his courage. Singh filled the hearts of young people with passion for freedom. Bhagat Singh became disenchanted with non-violent ideology when Mahatma Gandhi announced the end of the non-cooperation movement after the Chauri Chaura riots in 1922. He founded the Naujawan Bharat Sabha to fight for the country’s independence in 1926.

During the liberation movement, Bhagat Singh was punished for throwing a bomb at the Central Legislative Assembly and then Delhi on April 8, 1929. He was first held in a Delhi jail and then sent to Lahore. While in prison, Bhagat Singh wrote many letters and articles which influenced the youth and even today these documents are worth perusing and teaching in history.

In July 1928, an article by Bhagat Singh was published in the Kirti newspaper. In this article, Bhagat Singh compared the views of leaders Subhash Chandra Bose and Jawaharlal Nehru. Through this article, Bhagat Singh gave a message to young people who should they go with or who should be trusted more in the struggle for freedom.

On the night of March 23, 1931, Bhagat Singh was hanged by the British for conspiring with Sukhdev and Rajguru. The death sentence is believed to have been set on the morning of March 24, but the government, fearing public outrage, hanged him at midnight.

Here are 10 revolutionary thoughts from Bhagat Singh

  • Revolution does not come from bombs and guns, the sword of revolution is sharpened by ideas and thoughts.
  • Ruthless criticism and independent thought are two necessary traits of revolutionary thought.
  • Every particle of ash moves from my heat. I am a freak who is free in prison
  • Mad lovers and poets are made of the same thing, and patriots are often called mad
  • Life lives only on your shoulders and people rise on the shoulders of others
  • You can’t kill people even by running over them
  • Ruthless criticism and free thought are two important characteristics of revolutionary thought.
  • People usually get used to the way things are. His tremor begins to change at the thought of the change. It is the need to replace this feeling of inaction with the revolutionary spirit
  • They can kill me, not my thoughts. They can crush my body but not my mind.
  • If the deaf wants to hear his voice, the voice must be loud. When we dropped the bomb, our objective was not to kill anyone. We had bombed British rule. The British should leave India and liberate it.
  • People who stand for change, slammed Conservative things, they have to believe in it and the UK council challenge

Thelma J. Longworth