Author: Malwinder Jit Singh WaraichPublisher: Publications DivisionYear: 2006Language: EnglishPages: 206ISBN/UPC (if available): 8123014813
The Place of Bhagat Singh is unique in the annals of our freedom struggle. Born in a family of patriots and revolutionaries, he and his venerable comrades grew in an atmosphere surcharged with nationalistic and revolutionary fervor. Throughout the short span of his sparkling life, he pursued his fight against the British rule and also against all forms of exploitation. Finally, he and his brave compatriots kissed the gallows with the dr3eams of Inquilab - the stage of total transformation to a just and humane society. He earned an unparalleled place in local legends, among his followers and also in the hearts of youth for ever. He and his comrades died so that India may live. Author's deep understanding of the martyrs' ideology and intimate relations with the comrades and close relatives of Bhagat Singh make this biography a valuable and inspiring reading experience.
The RootsSchool and College DaysOn the ThresholdHindustan Republican AssociationNaujwan Bharat SabhaThe First ArrestVande Mataram to Inquuilab ZindabadTesting the WatersThe Bomb MakingExplosion in the AssemblyArrest and Hunger StrikesThe Magisterial TrialDetails of the TrialThe CountdownBhagat Singh in Popular ImaginationThe Martyr on MartyrsThe UntouchableChronologyBibliography