Everyone desire to know about the personal life of a Bhagat Singh. You may not know these stories of Bhagat Singh, who sacrificed his life for the country only at the age of 23 years.
ViralGossip Team has brought some special things from the life of revolutionary Bhagat Singh, born on 28 September 1907 in Punjab (which is now part of Pakistan).
Born: 28 September 1907, Banga, Pakistan
Died: 23 March 1931, Lahore, Pakistan
Parents: Sardar Kishan Singh Sandhu, Vidyavati
Education: National College, Lahore, National College of Arts, Dayanand Anglo-Vedic Schools System
Siblings: Kultar Singh, Bibi Amar Kaur, Rajinder Singh
At the time of Bhagat Singh’s execution
It is said that at the time of Bhagat Singh’s execution, no magistrate was ready for the observer’s role. The judge who was sentenced to death after the cancellation of the warrant played the role of Observer.
Bhagat Singh was also a good actor
He participated in several plays in college. His most discussed play was Rana Pratap, Emperor Chandragupt and Bharat Durdasha.
Bhagat Singh’s Last petition to the British Government
Bhagat Singh wrote in his final petition to the British Government that your court’s decision is that we have waged war against Britain. If this is the case, then we become war-bound. Now you should treat us just like that with war prisoners. Instead of hanging us on executions, we should be punished by bullets.
Bhagat Singh was also a good writer
He was writing for Urdu and Punjabi newspapers which were published in Amritsar.
He believed in himself as an atheist
Bhagat Singh was from Sikh religion, but he had to flee from Lahore to Kolkata because he removed turban and beard for not being known by the turban and the moth. It is said that his mind was out of religion after reading Marx and Lenin and seeing Hindu-Muslim battles. He believed in himself as an atheist
Accepted Death as Bride
When Bhagat Singh’s parents were planning his wedding, he left home and came to Kanpur. He said that death can only become my bride as I am on a dangerous path.