“Shaheedon ki chitaon par lagenge har varsh mele,
Watan pe mitne walon ka yahi baki nishaan hoga.”
(There will be fairs at the tombs of the martyrs every year; this is what will remain of those who die for their country.)
The Independence Movement in India was one of the greatest movements in the history of mankind. Thousands of revolutionaries sacrificed their lives and millions struggled for decades.
Generally, leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Patel, Lajpat Rai, and many more prominent leaders from the Congress Party of the time had spent several years in prisons while continuing their struggle for freedom, but there were some others who believed in stern measures and immediate actions.
Famous Social Reformers & Revolutionaries 8: Shaheed Bhagat Singh
Childhood and Early Life
Bhagat Singh’s Revolutionary Activities
Escape After Killing Saunders
Bomb Throwing in the Assembly in 1929
Reactions after the Verdict
Execution and Reactions
Bhagat Singh’s Popularity among People
Bhagat Singh’s Ideals and Views
Bhagat Singh’s Legacy
Present Efforts to Honor Bhagat Singh