May 19, 2024

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When Sardar Bhagat Singh became the torch of revolution

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Knocking on the threshold of adolescence in Jallianwala Bagh, the (12-year-old) Sikh boy stood stoically on the ground where the smell of blood-soaked earth testified to the barbaric massacre the day before. From his pocket he took out a vial which he had brought to take with him, pouring the blood-stained soil. The boy reached home late in the evening. This boy was none other than Sardar Bhagat Singh, who became the torch of India’s freedom revolution. Like that day of Kishore Bhagat Singh, the direction of life changed. From that day, revolution started in his blood. He became a soldier committed to lay down his life for his beloved country. One day he kept his promise. In how few words veteran writer Prof. Malvinder Singh Wadhaich has given an excellent description of the life of Sardar Bhagat Singh.

Bhagat Singh was born on 28 September 1907 in Banga village of Lyallpur district (Faisalabad, Pakistan) in Punjab. Bhagat Singh’s grandfather Sardar Arjun Singh was the first Sikh to become an Arya Samaji. His three sons – Kishan Singh, Ajit Singh and Swaran Singh were famous freedom fighters. Regarding the effect of Arya Samaj on the family, Bhagat Singh’s younger brother Late. Ranbir Singh once said that in the Arya Samaj, my grandfather late. Arjun Singh was present. Then my father Kishan Singh, Uncle Late. Ajit Singh got the opportunity to work for Arya Samaj along with Mahatma Hansraj ji and Lala Lajpat Rai. Our thoughts and mental progress are also largely due to Arya Samaj. We are also indebted to Arya Samaj for many other benefits.

Not only this, in order to become great, one has to do great deeds i.e. penance and the inspiration of that austerity is his thoughts. Any person’s thoughts can lift him up or bring him down. In the life of Bhagat Singh, he was inspired by many great souls like Kartar Singh Sarabha, Bhai Parmanand, Sardar Arjun Singh, Sardar Kishan Singh etc. Sardar Arjun Singh was the grandfather of Bhagat Singh and was influenced by Vedic ideology after listening to the teachings of Swami Dayanand. Sardar Arjun Singh was one of those great people who not only got a real opportunity to hear the teachings of Swami Dayanand, but also became an active participant in Swamiji’s ideological revolution. He received the Yajnopavit from the hands of Swami Dayanand and took a vow to follow Vedic ideals for life. He immediately gave up eating meat and did not turn his back on alcohol for the rest of his life. Now Nitya Havan became his companion and Vedic Sandhya became his watchdog. He not only preached against the superstitions spread in the society like deceased Shradh, hypocrisy etc. but also did many debates. It is said that in 1897 a wave of separatism started among the ignorant Sikhs. A Sikh writer by the name of Kahan Singh tried to separate the Sikh sect from the Hindu society by writing a book in the name of “We are not Hindus”, then Sardar Arjun Singh wrote the answer titled “Our Guru was the foot (follower) of the Vedas”. Was. In this book, he took the verses given in the Guru Granth Sahib which matched with the teachings of the Vedas and proved that the teachings of the Guru Granth Sahib are based on the Vedas.

DAV that were read from the same time Arya called furnace society Bhagat Singh entered the year 1921 Lahore National College. Describing an event of their student days at the National College in 1923 and his master wrote Jayachandra Vidyalankar Bhagat Singh married his father’s self. Kishan wanted to Singh. Girl probably Maharaja Ranjit was a wealthy family in the Singh family. He was supposed to meet was very beautiful and also a lot of dowry. Bhagat Singh came to me and said, ‘Please send me anywhere. “I sent him to the student in Kanpur law. How was described occurred Bhagat Singh’s marriage after Bhagat Singh’s martyrdom by his close friend Bhagwati Charan Vohra’s wife Durga sister, who himself was a revolutionary Amazon, said, ” board hanging made his pavilion, hanging noose his garlands and killed his wife. Bhagat Singh heart itself had vowed to sacrifice the nation, wanted to make their wedding their families. Bhagat Singh’s friends Vijay Kumar Sinha had asked him once, ‘You do not want to get married here?’ ‘He said bluntly,’ ‘I do not want to increase the number of widows “

Bhagat Singh arrived just 23 ½ year peak of popularity while fighting as a warrior and great thinkers against the exploitation and imperialism “at a young age. He sacrificed their precious lives by, tried to regale his beloved enemy country ‘suffering and afflicted people. All this in spite of some and the drunken patriot, having laid down the country in youth see Notwithstanding goodbye to his countrymen is what it says, “I could not even thousandth part wanted as serving the country.

Surrendered after Asambli bombings, Bhagat Singh BK Given with Dutt on 8 April arrest 1929. After Bhagat Singh’s arrest was prosecuted in Delhi and Lahore courts on them. Consequently, 12 June 1929 went to them sentenced to life imprisonment and October 7, 1930 death of black water. Finally, the March 23, 1931 before he was just 23 years old, was 5 months and 25 days he was a martyr at 7:33 pm with Raj Guru and Sukhdev in Lahore Central Jail.

The contribution of Bhagat Singh as a freedom fighter is also wonderful in itself. Before Sample Apr 8, arrested in 1929, he took up part-climbed in nearly every activity of freedom. In his 1920 when Gandhi launched the non-cooperation movement that Bhagat Singh was only 13 years old and was arrested in 1929, young 22 years. In 9 years immortal will keep chest forever countrymen as a freedom fighter Bhagat Singh. India Bhagat who immortalized sacrifice their lives for the liberation of the mother lion, against the tyranny of foreign rule in their fellow Sukhdev and Raj Guru are the backbone of the Indian independence movement, whose patriotism and devotion to the homeland not only alive mass freedom of imagination raised but also encouraged their sacrifice to the nation every Indian today.

By-Rajeev Choudhary

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