Bhagat Singh was an Indian socialist who was considered one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement. He is often called “Shaheed Bhagat Singh”, “Shaheed” means “martyr” in many languages of South Asia and the Middle East.
As a teenager, he studied the European revolutionary movement and had an anarchist and Marxist ideology born into a Sikh family involved in the revolutionary work against Raji in England. He was involved in a number of revolutionary organizations and soon established the status of the Hindustan Republican Association (ARH). In 1928 he decided to rename it and became Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (ARSH). Shin was involved in the assassination of British police officer John Sanders.
Bhagat Singh of Sandhu Jat was born on September 27, 1907, on September 27, 1907, in Jaranwala Tehsil, Lyallpur district of Punjab, India, Chak No. 105, GB of the village of Banga. His birth took place at the same time as his father and two uncles Ajit Singh and Swaran Singh was released from prison.
His family were Sikhs, some of whom were active in the Indian independence movement and others served in the army of Maharaja Ranjit Sin. His ancestral village was Khatkar Kalan near the city of Banga in Nawanshahr district of Punjab (today Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar). His grandfather, Arjun Singh, was the successor of the Hindu Swami reformer Dayananda Saraswati, Arya Samaj, who had influenced Bhagat in his youth. His father and uncle were members of the Ghadar Party, led by Kartar Singh Sarabha and Har Dayal.
Name: Bhagat Singh Sandhu
Job: Indian Revolutionary Freedom Fighter
Birth Date: 28 September 1907
Place of Birth: Banga, Punjab, British India
Date of Death: 23 March 1931
Cause of Death: Death penalty
Religion: Sikhism and he converted into an atheist