Bhagat Singh Birth Anniversary Bhagat Singh Jayanti / Martyr Sardar Bhagat Singh’s 112th birth anniversary will be celebrated on Saturday, September 28th. Bhagat Singh, who was the chief freedom fighter of India, had chewed iron gram to the British. The rebellion against the British and patriotism towards Mother India was reflected in Bhagat Singh from childhood. Bhagat Singh resides in the hearts of millions of Indians and is always remembered for inspiring the youth. This was the last wish before kissing the hanging of Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh.
After all, I wanted to eat rasgulla
Born on 28 September 1907 in Banga village in Punjab, Pakistan, Bhagat Singh never gave up in fighting the British. Although martyred while fighting against the British, he continued to laugh till the last moment. He expressed his last wish when Bhagat was being taken for hanging. According to Kiranjit, son of Kultar Singh, brother of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Shaheed Bhagat Singh had eaten his favorite Rasgulla before being hanged. This Rasgulla was his last meal. Kiranjeet had read all this in the biography of Lenin.
British were tricked into hiding in the temple
Bhagat Singh’s frequent visits to Saharanpur were frequent. Once Bhagat Singh went to Saharanpur, British police personnel surrounded him. At that time Bhagat Singh managed to dodge the British. British policemen had been tricked into hiding in the dome of a temple.
The feeling of being a martyr for the country
Bhagat Singh felt a martyr for the country. Due to which the family did not get married even at the behest of the people. When talk of their marriage, they postponed for a long time. When the pressure of family members started increasing, he said that in Ghulam India, martyrdom can become his bride.
Do not shed tears, save energy
While Bhagat Singh was in Lahore jail, his brother Kulatar Singh went to meet him. After meeting Bhagat Singh, Kultar Singh’s eyes were filled with tears. After which Bhagat Singh had said do not shed tears, but save energy. Inspired by his brother, Kulatar Singh also joined the movement against the British of independence. Kultar Singh also served a prison sentence of 6 years.
Bhagat Singh told his lawyer Prannath Mehta on 23 March 1931 that he wished to be born again in India and serve the motherland. According to Kiranjeet, Bhagat Singh also sent a secret message to Prannath. Bhagat Singh wanted to read Lenin’s biography in jail. When Prannath reached jail with the book, there was no trace of happiness on his face. Bhagat Singh had also raised the slogan of Inquilab Zindabad and imperialism Murdabad.