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Bhagat Singh (Civil Rights Leader) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Bhagat Singh

Indian socialist who was one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement.

He founded the Indian nationalist youth organisation Naujawan Bharat Sabha in 1926.

He gained widespread national support when he underwent a 116 day fast in jail, but he was ultimately hanged for his involvement in the murder of a British police officer.

He was raised in a Sikh family that had been involved in revolutionary activities against the British Raj in the past.

He disagreed with Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy of non-violence and preferred to use violence to express his anger with the British Empire.

Bhagat Singh Age

How old is Bhagat Singh? He was born in 1907, he was 116 years old at the time of his death.

Bhagat Singh Height & Weight

How tall was Bhagat Singh? He stood 6 feet 0 inches (183 cm) tall.

No weight data is available right now.

Bhagat Singh Wiki

Bhagat Singh Wiki/Bio
Famous asCivil Rights Leader
Age116 years old
BirthdaySeptember 28, 1907
BirthplaceKhatkar Kalan, India
Date of DeathMarch 23, 1931
Zodiac SignLibra
Heightapprox. 6 ft 0 in (183 cm)
Net WorthN/A

Quotes by Bhagat Singh

I deny the very existence of that Almighty Supreme Being.

— Bhagat Singh

In the statement accompanying the text of Lahore Conspiracy Case Ordinance, the Viceroy had stated that the accused in this case were trying to bring both law and justice into contempt. The situation afforded us an opportunity to show to the public whether we were trying to bring law into contempt or whether others were doing so.

— Bhagat Singh

Study’ was the cry that reverberated in the corridors of my mind. Study to enable yourself to face the arguments advanced by opposition. Study to arm yourself with arguments in favor of your cult. I began to study.

— Bhagat Singh

All the political movements of our country that have hitherto played any important role in our modern history had been lacking in the ideal at the achievement of which they aimed. Revolutionary movement is no exception.

— Bhagat Singh

There is tension all over the country. The party in Bengal has done substantial work. They have eliminated a few officers. The Englishmen are terrified. As a result, they have started sending their families to Britain. After some time, they will realise that they cannot exercise authority over India.

— Bhagat Singh