Bhagat Singh Quotes (5 quotes)
“If the deaf are to hear, the sound has to be very loud. When we dropped the bomb, it was not our intention to kill anybody. We have bombed the British Government. The British must quit India and make her free.”
As quoted in Awakening Indians to India (2008), p. 82
“By Revolution, we mean the ultimate establishment of an order of society which may not be threatened by such breakdown, and in which the sovereignty of the proletariat should be recognized and a world federation should redeem humanity from the bondage of capitalism and misery of imperial wars.”
As quoted in Bhagat Singh and His Ideology (1981) by Shiri Ram Bakshi
“Every tiny molecule of Ash is in motion with my heat
I am such a Lunatic that I am free even in Jail.”
Jail Note Book of Shahid Bhagat Singh (1929)
“Praxagora: I want all to have a share of everything and all property to be in common; there will no longer be either rich or poor; I shall begin by making land, money, everything that is private property, common to all.
Blepyrus: But who will till the soil?
Praxagora: The slaves.”
Ecclesiazusae, line 590-591 & 597-598 & 651 - Ecclesiazusae (392 BC)
“An archaeologist is the best husband a woman can have. The older she gets the more interested he is in her.”
On her husband, Max Mallowan. As quoted in: "An Agatha Christie Chronology" by Nancy Blue Wynne, Ace Books, 1976. Also in: "The Life of the Party" (1956) by Bennett Cerf
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Picture Source: Wikimedia CommonsBhagat Singh
Born: September 28, 1907
Died: March 23, 1931 (aged 23)
Bio: Bhagat Singh was an Indian nationalist considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement. He is often referred to as Shaheed Bhagat Singh, the word Shaheed meaning martyr in a number of Indian languages.
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