Bhagat singh in one of his writings while in jail inspired the people for religious harmony and attacked the widespread communalism..
this gives his contribution a secular outlook.. mentioned in books so suggested (i didn’t have any suggestion because your answer is complete in itself) KWAR 🙂
Thank you RAM,
The reference article was talking about bhagat singh only, in it this point ws given.
Moreover as per my memory – a movie on bhagat singh- bhagat singh was participating in hunger strike.
good one sonia,u can add specific things in contributions like HSRA,Punjab naujawan sabha to propagate secular ideas
inspiration,his dedication his famous quote azaadi meri dulhan hai,
at tender age he realised the larger goals of life rather than being circumscribed to accomplishing personal goals
courage,heroism as u mentioned -good points
mention about lala lajpat rai and bahgat singh,later was not in favour of communal inclinations of former but he never criticised him openly,even when he has written it in his book,he has not uttered lajpat rai’s name but criticised his acts
so criticise act not actors
he himself said that violence should be renounced as a means,perfect example of self criticism,acceptance of what is right rather than blindly sticking to one’s point
secularism was promoted by him
dont mind he is my favourite hero of freedom struggle so cant resist giving points
when i heard well known ragi balwinder singh rangilla mentioned in his katha… “bhagwaan krishan neh…” i knew something was wrong. one of the contributing factor about sant singh maskeen rise to fame was his name .. SANT ! we had been hoodwinked terribly for so many years.
from mahants, british stooges then nirmalaas and now damdami takhsalees who are at the helm of akaal takhat ! best joke is that there are so many negative comments here from the truth about sant singh maskeen. no wonder we are in such a mess ! blindly following sants n babas. better update yourselves. thanks for such reports admin sahib jeeo
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The Maskeen Ji, whose three sons own well established businesses in foreign lands, who had earned enormous money by selling audio cassettes of his lectures, by selling books and by delivering lectures, was given even more money. The money that public is faithfully donating in the Gurdwaras is being wasted in acts like this. Ones who are already flourishing are being given even more. No education centers have been opened to train financially weaker Sikh youth in reciting/preaching Gurbani; rather, Maskeen family, which was already playing in millions, was presented with even more big gifts. These type of gifts were never given to the greats of the likes of Professor Sahib Singh, Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha, Dr. Ganda Singh, S. Narain Singh (Guru Nanak Mission, Patiala) and others. Why only Maskeen Ji was given this great honor? … It’s worth thinking.
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He was a man hard to understand, He had something to do with anti Gyani Bhag Singh Ambalewale (influenced Jathedar to excommunication)Gyani Maan Singh Joher disappearance, also being very claver diplomate he had full control of media (hindivadi katha) that would not survived nowadays.
Bhagat Singh having seen the Jallianwala Massacre and belonging to a political family has contributed immensely to the National movement for independence.
– He joined Lala Lajpat Rai to oppose Simon Commission in Lahore
– He as a member of hindustan Republican Association and Hindustan Socialist Republic Association. He participated in the Kakori train robbery to collect funds for the organisation
– He stood for protecting the Indians and not kill them even if they were working under Britishers.
– His poems and political writings shows his patriotism, courage and are a motivation for other nationalists
– His ultimate sacrifice of his life in Jail fuelled many nationalists to free India.
Bhagat Singh | Pitara Kids Network
Bhagat Singh was born on September 27, 1907, in a Sikh family in KhatkarKalan, Punjab, in British India. His grandfather Arjan Singh, father Kishan Singh and uncleAjit Singh, were all active in the freedom struggle. Family atmosphere had a great effect on the mind of young Bhagat Singh and patriotism flowed in his veins from childhood.