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Bhagat Singh ji was one of the revolutionary youth of India. Bhagat Singh was born on 28 September 1907 in Banga, Pakistan. Bhagat Singhs fathers name was Sardar Kishan Singh Sandhu and mother's name was Vidyavati Kaur. Bhagat Singh ji was a Sikh. Bhagat Singh's grandmother named him Bhaganwala because his grandmother used to say that this child would be very lucky. Bhagat Singh ji was of a fearless nature since childhood. He used to play heroic games since childhood. They often used to fight in two teams and played games like shooting arrows. From childhood, the feeling of patriotism was filled in him. As a child, Bhagat Singh had buried his fathers gun in the field. When his father asked the reason for this work, he said that from one gun there will be many guns and I will distribute them among my companions. With this we will fight the British and liberate Mother India.  Unarmed people were killed. At that time Bhagat Singh was only 11 years old when he had taken a vow to fight for life for free India by touching the soil of the garden with his head. Bhagat Singh when D.A. At the time of V.'s examination, he had befriended revolutionaries like Jugalkishore, Bhai Parmanand and Jayachandra Vidyalankar and he used to participate in revolutionary activities along with studies. It was because of his friends that he was identified with Lala Lajpat Rai. F. a. After that, preparations were being made for his marriage, due to which he had to leave the house and went to Kanpur. Lal Lajpat Rai had died after the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, due to which Bhagat Singh was deeply shocked. Because of this he could not bear the British brutality and decided to avenge the death of Lal Lajpat Rai. His first move to start this revenge was to kill Saunders. After killing Saunders, he threw a bomb in the Union Parliament during the assembly session. He was arrested because of his actions.Bhagat Singh Essay in hindi. The people whose style of fighting against the British people was not Gandhian were among those youths. His faith believed in the extremist methods of Lal-Bal-Pal. Bhagat Singh studied the European revolutionary movement and was attracted to anarchy and communism. Bhagat Singh ji took with him those who believed in aggressively bringing revolution in place of non-violence. Because of his methods of work, people came to know Bhagat Singh ji as an atheist, communist and socialist. Bhagat Singh realized that simply driving the British out of the country is not good for the country. Bhagat Singh understood that the British rule could not be destroyed unless the politics of India was rebuilt. Workers should be given power to rebuild the politics of India. Bhagat Singh along with BK Dutt expressed his opinion about revolution in a statement in 1929 in which he said that revolution means changing things from the present order which clearly depend on injustice.  

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