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BHAGATH SINGH

Introduction

He is the symbol of the heroism of the youth of India. A revolutionary He threw a bomb when the Legislature was in session to warn the British Government. He was put to death but lives in the hearts of his countrymen.

Author - Eswarachandra


Bhagath Singh

One evening a boy of three was out for a walk with his father. There was also an elderly man with the father. Chatting they walked on and went beyond the village. Green crop delighted the eyes. The elders were walking along the edge of a field. Not hearing the footsteps of the boy, the father looked back. The boy was sitting on the ground and seemed to be planting some thing. The father became curious.

"What are you doing?" said he.

"Look, father, I shall grow guns all over the field" was the innocent reply of the boy. His eyes shone with the strong faith that guns would grow in the field. Both the elders were struck with wonder at the little boy's words.

The boy was Bhagat Singh who later fought like a hero for India's freedom and sacrificed his life.

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Bhagath Singh- A Great Freedom Fighter, who is the symbol of the heroism of the youth of India
About Bhagath Singh
You are Here! Introduction
Birth
A Friend To All
The Lion's Cub
A Spark Of Revolution
The First Step

'No Marriage For Me'

In The Stream Of Revolution
Arrest And Release
Vengeance
A Bomb Bursts
A Welcome To Death
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