~*~ 23 March 1931 ~*~


~*~ NiMaNa ~*~
ne saadi azadi layi faansi de fande nu chumeya c .. chardi umre ehne mahan shaheeda ne aapni jaan desh khatar vaar diti... so ehna mahan shaheeda nu yaad karan layi ik choti ji koshish kiti hai.... so plz ehna mahan shaheeda de satkar de layi aapne vichar likho.... kato kat esi bahane aapa ehna shaheeda walo diti shahadat nu yaad kar deya ena da sanman kariye... tusi ehna di life bare comment karo .... ehna bare jo v tusi information das sakde ho daso... taki jina nu ehna bare nahi pata jada ohna nu v kuch pata lage...

bhagat singh at the age of 11 ---->

at the age of 17 ---->

at the age of 20 first police arrest 1927--->

20+ ---->



Done Deal !
Thank you so much Dhanne for sharing, rab kare Bhagat Singh, Rajguru te Sukhdev da naam eda hi amar rahe rehndi duniya takk. Ohna di shaheedi nu saada desh kade na bhulle te saadi aun vaali generation vi eda hi ohna diya kurbaaniya te phull charaundi rahe. India de youth da kade kade eh haal dekh ke dar jeha laggan lag painda ki kite o din na aa jave jad asi apna virsa, apna itihaas te eho jehia mahaan hastiya diya kurbaniya nu bhull hi jayiye....Rab mehr rakhe sabhna te !
Waheguru ji ka khalsa Waheguru ji ki fateh !


-- Kem da Gui --
thanx dhane veer for startin dis thread..
bai BHAGAT SINGH is my IDOL....

veere u know wt ajj dashing jatt veer naal gal hoi te usdi ik gal sunke bai bohot khushi hoi..

una ne kal apne colleg ch BHAGAT SINGH de naam te PAATH rakhaya. :kh.

veer kini khushi di gal aa k hun v punjabi munde BHAGAT SINGH di shaheedi nu sir mathe launde ne..:yes

dashing jatt veer thanx again bro bohot khushi hoi bai tera eh initiative sunke.. :wah



-- Kem da Gui --
dis one is a famous statue in ludhiana ..




-- Kem da Gui --
Shiv Verma, one of the founder members of the HSRA, who was an accused along with Bhagat Singh in the Lahore Conspiracy Case (1929-30) and was sentenced to life imprisonment writes:
"Bhagat Singh endowed the revolutionary movement with three slogans: (1) Long Live Revolution, (2) Long Live Proletariat, and (3) Down with Imperialism. He very nicely summed up his entire programme through these slogans.

The first slogan represented the outlook -- the revolutionary movement will not stop at the achievement of freedom; it will continue till the system which permits the exploitation of man by man and of a nation by nation, is abolished and a basic change in the socio-economic structure of the society is brought about.

"The second slogan declared that the future belongs to the toiling millions and that the proletariat is the driving force of the revolution ........."

"The third slogan indicated the immediate task at hand. A slave nation cannot establish a classless society, abolish exploitation and bring about equality amongst men. For such a nation, the first and foremost task is to break the chains of imperialist domination that bind it. In other words, revolution in a slave country has to be anti-imperialist and anti-colonial."



-- Kem da Gui --
Bhagat Singh was also an insatiable reader.

---> He utilised the Dwarkadas Library at Lahore, where he had gone for higher studies, to the maximum, devouring all available literature on socialism and the revolutionary movement.

--->In his last message on March 3, 1931, he declared that the struggle in India would continue so long as "a handful of exploiters go on exploiting the labour of the common people for their own ends.

---> It matters little whether these exploiters are purely British capitalists, or British and Indians in alliance, or even purely Indians". In imbuing the revolutionary nationalist movement with a socialist outlook, Bhagat Singh made a vital and crucial contribution towards the future struggle of all the exploited.


~*~ NiMaNa ~*~
aaho bai kato kat aapa ta ehna mahan shaheeda di yaad tazza rakhiye..... dashing jatt bai thnx sade sareya walo....


-- Kem da Gui --
dhana_jatt said:
aaho bai kato kat aapa ta ehna mahan shaheeda di yaad tazza rakhiye..... dashing jatt bai thnx sade sareya walo....

veer bakiyan da pata ni par PUNJAB cho ina di yaad kade fiki ni pe sakdi...

harek scooter harek car harek truck,sumo,auto kis kis te nai BHAGAT SINGH de poster lage..... PUNJAB ch jini ijjat samaan navi peedi ina nu dindi aaa oh kade fikki nahi pe sakdi veer... :talli


~*~ NiMaNa ~*~
Gems Collected by Shaheed Bhagat Singh in Jail

Bhagat Singh, a great reader and thinker was able to break the jail conditions, even when officially not allowed he was reading and writing but finally after long hunger strike got the right of reading & writing included in Jail Manuals Thus he maintained a note book of 404 pages and kept notes & quotes from the books he read. Here are few of these:

"Ah my beloved, fill the cup that clears

Todays of past Regrets and future Fears

Tomorrow? _ why, Tomorrow I may be
Myself with yesterdays Sevn's thousand year."
Here with a loaf Bread beneath the Bough
A flask of wine, a Book of verse-and thou
Beside me signing in the widerness
And wilderness in paradise now!
"Ummar Khayyam" Natural and Civil Rights

Man did not enter into society to become worse then he was before, but to have those rights better secured. His netural rights are the foundation of all his civil rights.​

Natural rights are those which appertain to man in right of his existence (intellectual mental etc.)​

Civil rights are those that appertain to man in right of his being a member of society.
Rights of Man-Thomas Paine

"Morality and religion are but words to him who fishes in gutters for the means of sustaining life and crouches behind barrels in the street for shelter from the cutting blasts of a winter night."

Right of labour

We consider it horrible that people should have their heads cut off, but we have not been taught to see the horror of life - long death which is inflicted upon a whole population by poverty and tyranny.

- Mark Twain

The Old labourer
"….He (the old labourer out of employment) was struggling against age, against nature, against circumstences, The entire weight of society, law and order pressed upon him to force him to loose his self respect and liberty.. He knocked at the doors of the farms and found good in man only - not in law and order, but in individual man alone.

-Richerd Jefferies.

Free Thought
"If there is anything that cannot bear free thought, let it crack"

-Windell Phillips

One Against All
(Charles Fourier 1772-1837)

The present social order is a ridiculous mechanism, in which portion of the whole are in conflict and acting against the whole are in conflict and acting against the whole. We see each class in society desire, from interest, the misfortune of the other classes, placing in every way individual interest in opposition to public good. The lawyer wishes litigation and suits. Particularity among the rich; the physician desires sickness (The leter would be ruined if every body died without disease as would The former if all quarrels were settled by arbitration) The soldier wants a war which will carry off half of his burrials; monopolist and forestallers went famine, to double or treble the price of grain; the architect, the carpenter, the mason want conflagration, That will burn down a hundred houses to give activity to their branches of business.

Not a grave for the murder'd for freedom, But grow seeds for freedom, in its turn to bearseeds Which the wind carry a far and resow, and the rains and the snows nourish. Not a disembodies spirit can the weapons of tyrant let loose

But it stalc invincible over the earth whispering counselling, cautioning.

-(Walt Whitmen)

Will of Revolutionary
" I also wish my friends to speak little or not at all about me, because idols are created when men are praised and this is very bad for the future of the human race…..Acts alone, no metter by whom committed out to be studied, praised or blamed. Let them be praised in order that they may be initiated when they seem to contribute to the common weal; let them be ceusured when they are regarded as injurious to the general well being, so that they may not be repeated."

"I desire that on no occasion, whether near or remote, nor for any reason whatsoever, shall demonstrations of a political or religious character be made before my remains as I consider the time devoted to the dead would be better employed in improving the conditions of the living, most of whom stand in great need of this."

Will of Frenscisco Ferrer Spanish educator (1859-1909)

Glory of the Cause

Ah! Not for idle hatred, not

For honour, fame, nor self applause

But for the glory of the cause
You did, what will not be forgot
- (Arthur clough)
The mechine is social in nature, as the tool was individual
"Give us worse cotton, but give us better men" say Emerson
"Deliver me those rickety perishing souls of infants, and let the cotton trade take its chance."

The men cannot be sacrificed to the machine. The machine must serve mankind, yet the danger to the human race lurks, menacing, in the industrial region

- Poverty & Riches Scott Nearing

Man and Mankind

"I am a man and all that affects manking concerns me"

- (Page 43 of Jail notebook)

Aim of life
"The aim of life is no more to control mind, but to develop it harmoniously, not to achieve salvation here after, but to make the best use of it here below, and not to realise truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in-the actual experience of daily life; social progress depends not upon the ennoblement of the few but on the enrichment democracy or universal brotherhod can be achieved only when there is an equality of opportunity of opportunity in the social, political and individual life."

:wah :wah Great work dhana_jatt and guri...Its really gud that u took this initiative te sareyaan nu yaad karvaya ohna shaheedan bare jina nu asi bhul bedhe haan ....Today what v r....its becoz of them coz they were the brave ppl who came in front to sacrifice their lives for others.....They were in true words "brave and gr8".....Jai hind....


thanx 22 tuhaada enni info den laee... sach much vadaee de paatar o.....
ehna shaheeda nu yaad kardia mainv hunne je 2 ku laiona likhia ne...

Bhagat singh, Udham jahe je na jammde
Jalianwale baag jahe badle kaun lainda????
hikka chaudian karke na tur sakde
saanu fer punjabi kaun kehnda..

22 ehe enne mittran dian shaheedian ne jinna kar ke saada sir proud naal hamesh utte rehnda. wish aa v eho je mard aggamde shahheda di yaad sadde vich hamesha amar rahe


Ohna jo kita ohnu na bhullo par ih vi yaad rakho oh jo kar gaye ohnu saambh ke rakhna vi jaroori hai......

Parnam Shaheedan Nu


bEtTa LeAvE dIs BoY aLoNe
kaun bhul sakda inan diyan kurbaniyan nu........atleast punjabis cant
bhagat singh wargeyan karke hi taan sanu proud aa punjabi hon da
baki dhanne...........kaim kam veere.........
nale tu vi mulk layi ladna sikh........aiwen net te lagya rehnda hain


Done Deal !
jatti_sydney said:
Ohna jo kita ohnu na bhullo par ih vi yaad rakho oh jo kar gaye ohnu saambh ke rakhna vi jaroori hai......

Parnam Shaheedan Nu

sambhan vaali gall ta sau aane sach keeti bhuaa


~*~ NiMaNa ~*~
Bhagat Singh(1907 - 1931)


Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh was a revolutionary and martyr, born on 27 September 1907 at the village of Banga, Lyallpur district (now in Pakistan) the second son of Kishan Singh and Vidya Vati. Bhagat Singh was imbued from childhood with the family's spirit of patriotism. At the time of his birth, his father was in jail for his connection with the Canal Colonization Bill agitation, in which his brother, Ajit Singh (Bhagat Singh's uncle), took a leading part. Through his father, who was a sympathizer and supporter of the Ghadr campaign of 1914-15, Bhagat Singh became an admirer of the leaders of the movement. The execution of Kartar Singh Sarabha made a deep impression on the mind of the young man who vowed to dedicate his life to the country.

Having passed the fifth class from his village school, Bhagat Singh joined Dayanand Anglo-Vedic School in Lahore. In response to the call of Mahatma Gandhl and other nationalist leaders, to boycott government aided institutions, he left his school and enrolled in the National College at Lahore. He was successful in passing a special examination preparatory to entering college. He was reading for his B.A. examination when his parents planned to have him married. He vehemently rejected the suggestion and said that, if his marriage was to take place in Slave-India, my bride shall be only death." Rather than allow his father to proceed any further with the proposal, Bhagat Singh left home and went to Kanpur where he took up a job in the Pratap Press. In his spare time, he studied revolutionary literature. He joined the Hindustan Republican Association, a radical group, later known as the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. When Bhagat Singh was assured that he would not be compelled to marry and violate his vows sworn to his motherland, he returned to his home in Lahore. This was in 1925 when a morcha had been going on at Jaito to protest against the deposition by the British of Maharaja Ripudaman Singh of Nabha because of his sympathy with the Akali agitation. A warrant for the arrest of Bhagat Singh was issued because he had accorded a welcome to one of the jathas, but he managed to elude the police and spent five months under the assumed name of Balvant Singh in Delhi, where he worked in a daily paper Vir Arjun.

As Akali activity subsided, Bhagat Singh returned to Lahore. He established contact with the Kirti Kisan Party and started contributing regularly to its magazine, the Kirti. He also remained in touch with the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. In March 1926 was formed the Naujawan Bharat Sabha. Bhagat Singh, one of the principal organizers became its secretary. As the Simon Commission arrived at Lahore on 30 October 1928, an all-parties procession, headed by Lala Lajpat Rai, marched towards the railway station to make a protest. Intercepting the procession, police made a laths charge and Lala Lajpat Rai received injuries. He died a fornight later. Although the British saw no connection between the lathi charge and Lala Lajpat Rai's death, Bhagat Singh and his associates did. They plotted the assassination of Mr Scott, the Superintendent of Police, believed to have been responsible for the laths blows given Lala Lajpat Rai, but instead J.P. Saunders, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, became the actual victim owing to mistake in identification.

Bhagat Singh and Rajguru had done the actual shooting. They and those who had served as lookouts escaped through the D.A.V. College grounds. The next day a leaflet was circulated by the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association announcing that the death of Lala Lajpat Rai had been avenged.

Bhagat Singh escaped to Calcutta disguised as a wealthy personage. He remained quiet for several months, but became active again when Public Safety Bill and the Trade Disputes Bill were being debated in Delhi. As his group resolved to explode a bomb to express disapproval of the bill, Bhagat Singh and B.K. Dutt volunteered to carry out the plan. They were seated in the gallery of the Central Assembly Hall awaiting the reading of the proclamation that would enact the bills. When the announcement was made, Bhagat Singh jumped up and threw a relatively harmless bomb behind one of the members' benches. There was an explosion, followed by still another from a second bomb. No one was seriously injured. Bhagat Singh and Dutt began shouting revolutionary slogans and threw leaflets explaining their in tent of making "the deaf hear" with the loud noise of explosion. Both were promptly taken into custody. As the trial proceeded, a statement, written in its entirety by Bhagat Singh, was read in defence of the two accused. Bhagat Singh said that "force used for a legitimate cause has its moral justification." He and B.K. Dutt were found guilty and sentenced to transportation for life. After the sentence had been pronounced in the Assembly Bomb case, Bhagat Singh was bound over for trial in the Saunders Murder case, approvers having identified his role in the killing. While awaiting trial in the Lahore Jail, Bhagat Singh started a hunger strike in behalf of political prisoners. The fast was continued even after the hearing of the case began on 10 July 1929, and was subsequently joined by many others. It was not until after the death of one of these, J.N. Das, on 13 September 1929, that facilities were promised to the prisoners and the hunger-strike abandoned.

At the time of trial, Bhagat Singh offered no defence, but utilized the occasion to propagate his ideal of freedom. He and his fellow accused kept delaying the proceedings by refusing to appear before the court, by ignoring what was going on, or by disrupting the work by shouting revolutionary slogans. He heard with defiant courage the death-sentence pronounced on 7 October 1930. In the same spirit, he kissed the hangman's noose on 23 March 1931, shouting for the last time his favourite cry, "Down with British imperialism." His body was secretly cremated at Husainivala by police and the remains thrown into the River Sutlej. The next day, however, his comrades collected the bodily remains from the cremation site and a procession was taken out in Lahore. Mourning for him was spontaneous and widespread and homage was paid to him for his sterling character and sacrifice.

In 1950, after Independence, the land where Bhagat Singh and his companions were cremated was procured from Pakistan and a memorial built. In March 1961, a Shahidi Mela was held there. Every year, on 23 March, the martyr's memory is similarly honoured. The old memorial, destroyed in the 1971 Indo-Pak war, has been rebuilt Bhagat Singh is remembered by the endearing title of Shahid-i-Azam, the greatest of martyrs.

Paying his tribute to him at a meeting of the Central Sikh League atAmritsar on 8 April 1931, Subhas Chandra Bose said, Bhagat Singh who set an example of character and patriotism by sacrificing himself for the sake of the country's freedom, was from the Sikh community. Today, he is known to be a brave Sikh hero throughout the world The Sikh community has to produce thousands of Bhagat Singhs for the cause of the country."


Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai
Dehkna Hai Zor Kitna Baajuen Qaatil Mein Hai
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai
Dehkna Hai Zor Kitna Baajuen Qaatil Mein Hai
Waqt Aane Pe Bata Denge Tujhe Hai Aasmaan
Kya Baatein Hum Junoonein Shok Kis Manzil Mein Hai
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna

Sarfaroshi ki tamanna ab hamaray dil mein hai,
dekhna hai zor kitna baazuay qaatil mein hai
karta nahin kyun doosra kuch baat chit,
dekhta hun main jise voh chup teri mehfil mein hai
ay shaheed-e-mulk-o-millat main teray oopar nisaar,
ab teri himmat ka charcha ghair ki mehfil mein hai
waqt aanay dey bata denge tujhe ay aasman,
ham abhi se kya batayen kya hamare dil mein hai
khainch kar layee hai sab ko qatl honay ki ummeed,
aashiqon ka aaj jumghat koocha-e-qaatil mein hai
Dooriyaan Umeed Ki na Aaj Humse Choot Jaaye
Milke Dekha Hai Jine Woh Sapne Bhi Na Root Jaaye
Hausle Woh Hausle Kya Jo Sitam Se Toot Jaaye
Hausle Woh Hausle Kya Jo Sitam Se Toot Jaaye
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai
Dehkna Hai Zor Kitna Baajuen Qaatil Mein Hai

Tere Sone Roop Ko Hum Ek Nayi Bahar Denge
Apne Hi Lahoon Se Tera Rang Hum Nikhaar Denge
Desh Mere Desh Tujhpe Zindagi Bhi Waar Denge
Desh Mere Desh Tujhpe Zindagi Bhi Waar Denge
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai
Dehkna Hai Zor Kitna Baajuen Qaatil Mein Hai

Khushboo Banke Mehka Karenge Hum Lelahti Har Faslo Mein
Saas Ban Ke Hum Gun Gunayenge Aane Wali Har Naslo Mein Hum
Khushboo Banke Mehka Karenge Hum Lelahti Har Faslo Mein
Saas Ban Ke Hum Gun Gunayenge Aane Wali Har Naslo Mein Hum
Aane Wali Aane Wali Naslo Mein Hum
Sarfaroshi Ki Tamanna Ab Hamare Dil Mein Hai
Dehkna Hai Zor Kitna Baajuen Qaatil Mein Hai
Waqt Aane Pe Bata Denge Tujhe Hai Aasmaan
Kya Baatein Hum Junoonein Shok Kis Manzil Mein Hai