New Delhi: Shaheed Bhagat Singh, a well-known revolutionist leader, an inspiration to today's youth. It's not just a name, its source of willpower. "Bhagat Singh" - These two words are enough to produce a surge of willpower.
We all know today's date, we also know, "what is today and for whom?", still, we don't know everything about Shaheed Bhagat Singh. Do we? Do we know what's his date of birth? as we all know, "when he died". Do we know where Shaheed Bhagat Singh was born or hanged? No.
So, to fill that gap of information about Shaheed Bhagat Singh, here are some basic facts (you can google them): <br><br>
<strong>Date of Birth (DoB)</strong>: 28 September 1907, Banga, Pakistan<br>
<strong>Date of Died (DoD)</strong>: 23 March 1931, Lahore, Pakistan<br>
<strong>Parents</strong>: Sardar Kishan Singh Sandhu, Vidyavati<br>
From the core, Shaheed Bhagat Singh was a humanist and a patriot. Back then, the revolutionists of India's Independence movement Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru, their ideologies are very different from others.
In October 1930, the public prosecutor announced the death sentence to Bhagat Singh for treason against the British Government. Till that day, Bhagat Singh refused to stay silent, even in incarceration. But with time, many more revolutionaries were arrested.<br>
Shaheed Bhagat Singh said,"We will be executed on 24 March. They will hang us. They may kill us... But they cannot kill our ideas". On 23 March 1931, Shaheed Bhagat Singh, now 23, spent his days in prison reading and writing. <br>
Their execution has been advanced and they will be hanged on 23 March 1931. At 7:33 pm, until their last moments, the three were singing anti-British songs with cheerful. <br>
The Last Words spoke by Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar, and Shivaram Rajguru, "You may kill us, but you will never kill our ideas. Inquilab Zindabad. Long Live the Revolution".
Shaheed Bhagat Singh, the patriot had a favorite couplet which described him the best:<br>
<strong>"Dil se nikalegi na mar ke bhi watan ki ulfat, meri mitti se bhi khushboo-ae-watan aayegi" </strong>
They are remembered as The Revolutionaries in our history book. We are believing that whenever the law doesn't understand the expression of what people wanted, Revolution is important to protect the country.
We as a nation can live up to his ideals rather than fighting over his ideology. I believe this is the best way to pay a real tribute.
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