Dispelling The Darkness

Dispelling The Darkness

Our kids’ world, is surrounded by stories of Avengers, Barbies and other superheroes or supernatural characters. 

Many unsung true hero’s, lost their existence in shadows of time. 

One such Hero born with a true patriotic heart was.,


Bhagat Singh (28 Sept.1907-23 March 1931)

Not just a namean inspiring force, a story every child should hear…..


When you hear life touching stories which are really inspiring and you feel so close to Indian history. Then, We understand the importance of our ancestors’ and their sacrifice’s which lead to India we live in





He belonged to a politically active family of freedom fighters. He attended Dayanand Anglo Vedic High School, which was governed by the Arya Samaj (now popularly known as D.A.V. School), as he was against schooling under British command management (he left Khalsa Schooling for this reason). He even attended National College, Lahore For further studies. He also worked as a writer and editor in Amritsar for Punjabi- and Urdu-language newspapers. He is credited for the revolutionary phrase “Inquilab zindabad” (“Long live the revolution”).

He played an extraordinary role and part ofINDIAN INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT!


Exquisite Facts about Bhagat Singh:


 He was polished in 5 languages: English, Arabic, Polish, French and Swedish.
 Bhagat Singh also is knownas Shaheed Bhagat Singh or Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh.
 The main turning point came in his life when JALIYANWALA BAGH, AMRITSAR massacre happened. It inspired him to get rid of British rulers forever. At age 12, he bunked school to visit were massacredhappened, he bought a bottle filled with blood mixed with soil and kept with him as a remembrance of innocent people who died.
 He was a great actor, performer, a theatreand artist in college.
 He spoke about a British free India at the age of 8 years as he wanted to grow guns in the fields to rid of them, he did not want any games or toys.
 He never got married as he said he will marry his death in British Raj.
 He was attracted to books of socialism and socialist revolutions. He used to read a lot from very young age. 
 He wanted Britishers to shoot him or put in mouth of a cannon rather than hang him as he was patriotic at heart and a hero for mother India. He was full of life till the end with no fear of death.
 In Central Assembly he threw bomb which were low grade bombs, they didn’t want to injure anyone.
 He fasted for 116 days in jail it is amazing to know that he used to do  all his work like he did everyday like going to court for hearings, singing, reading or writing books or keeping his journal.

He was a rising influence on youth to inspire them to be a part of something that he never knew will transform his life and ours forever.  He played an active part towards British free India.

They were so afraid of him that didn’t publish many newspapers containing his information about before or after death updates. He was given a death-sentenced one hour prior on the date of actual death trial. Some even respected his courage and Patriotism.

Even the then, British governors of jail didn’t want to sign his death warrant some out of fear and some out of respect!


I salute such a spirit! Let’s remember him on his Death Anniversary on 23rd March! (Image courtesy google Images)


A freedom fighter real story! Nothing personal!

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