Book Review: The Bhagat Singh Reader

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TITLE: The Bhagat Singh Reader

AUTHOR: Chaman Lal

GENRE: Biography

They may kill me, but they cannot kill my ideas. They may crush my body, but they will not be able to crush my spirit.

Bhagat Singh

Actions are louder and quicker than words, is what Bhagat Singh (Indian revolutionary (1907-1931)) believed in. He was only 23 when he became a martyr for his country. From the time of his birth, he was a witness to an enslaved India. He was brought up in a world where the people of his nation faced oppression and degradation by the people of Britain. This was the cause of fire which burned in his young heart. This is why he joined the HSRA (Hindustan Socialist Republic Association) to free his country from the chains of slavery.

The Bhagat Singh Reader is a compilation of Bhagat Singh’s letters…

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