46 Shaheed Bhagat Singh Quotes And Slogans In English

These Shaheed Bhagat Singh quotes and slogans will make you fall in love with your country India.

Bhagat Singh (28 September 1907 – 23 March 1931) was an Indian socialist revolutionary and one of the greatest freedom fighters India has ever had. Bhagat Singh was hanged by the British colonial rulers at the age of 23 in 1931, 16 years before India got freedom from British rule. He must have done so much for our country to have died at such young age.

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Everyone knows about him and if you don’t, read about it then. To acknowledge the sacrifice he had made for the country, we celebrate Shaheedi Diwas on 23 March every year. On this date, the freedom fighter trio – Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev were hanged by the British administrators for killing British police officer John Saunders.

Here we are sharing a collection of Shaheed Bhagat Singh quotes to celebrate the love he had for his country India.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Quotes

“Love always elevates the character of the man. It never lowers him, provided love be love.”
― Bhagat Singh

“I am a man and all that affects mankind concerns me.”
― Bhagat Singh

“I deny the very existence of that Almighty Supreme Being.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Every tiny molecule of Ash is in motion with my heat I am such a Lunatic that I am free even in Jail.”
― Bhagat Singh

“the sword of revolution is sharpened on the whetting stone of ideas-bhagat Singh in court during his trial, India’s struggle for freedom”
― Bhagat Singh

“Criticism and independent thinking are the two indispensable qualities of a revolutionary”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Revolution did not necessarily involve sanguinary strife. It was not a cult of bomb and pistol.”
― Bhagat Singh

“Rebellion against the king is always a sin according to every religion.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Revolution was the vital living force indicative of eternal conflict between life and death, the old and the new, light and the darkness”
― Bhagat Singh

“Self-reliance is always liable to be interpreted as vanity. It is sad and miserable but there is no help.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

Bhagat Singh Quotes In Englsih

“Yes: It was perhaps Upton Sinclair that wrote at someplace that just make a man a believer in immortality and then rob him of all his riches, and possessions.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Do you ask me how I explain the origin of this world and the origin of man? Alright, I tell you. Charles Darwin has tried to throw some light on the subject. Study him.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“The man should either begin to think himself a rival of God or he may begin to believe himself to be God.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Do you really know the most cursed sin in this world is to be poor? Yes, poverty is a sin; it is a punishment!”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist and Other Works

“But man’s duty is to try and endeavor, success depends upon chance and environments.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Oppression “Surely oppression maketh a wise man mad.”
― Bhagat Singh, Jail Notebook and Other Writings

“One friend asked me to pray. When informed of my atheism, he said, “During your last days you will begin to believe”. I said, No, dear Sir, it shall not be. I will think that to be an act of degradation and demoralization on my part. For selfish motives I am not going to pray. Readers and friends, “Is this vanity”? If it is, I stand for it.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“…life is really humiliating, why don’t you try to improve it by agitating? Perhaps, you will say that this struggle would be futile, but this is precisely the argument which is usually used a cover by weak people to avoid participation in every movement.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist and Other Works

“Instead of using the experiments and expressions of the ancient Savants and thinkers as a basis for our future struggle against ignorance and to try to find out a solution to this mysterious problem, we – lethargical as we have proved to be – raise the hue and cry of faith, unflinching and unwavering faith to their versions and thus are guilty of stagnation in human progress.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“The aim of life is no more to control the mind, but to develop it harmoniously, not to achieve salvation hereafter, but to make the best use of it here below, and not to realize the truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in the actual experience of daily life; social progress depends not upon the ennoblement of the few but on the enrichment of the many; and spiritual democracy or universal brotherhood can be achieved only when there is an equality of opportunity in the social, political and industrial life.”127”
― Bhagat Singh, Jail Notebook and Other Writings

Slogans Of Bhagat Singh In English

“King’s Salary It Is inhuman to talk of a million sterling a year, paid out of the public taxes of any country, for the support of an individual, whilst thousands who are forced to contribute thereto, are pining with want and struggling with misery. Govt does not consist in a contract between prisons and palaces,14 between poverty and pomp; it is not instituted to rob the needy of his mite and increase the worthlessness of the wretched.”
― Bhagat Singh, Jail Notebook and Other Writings

“Revolution is a very difficult task. It is beyond the power of any man to make a revolution. Neither can it be brought about on any appointed date. It is brought can it be brought about on an appointed date. It is brought about by special environments, social and economic. The function of an organized party is to utilize an opportunity offered by these circumstances. And to prepare the masses and organize the forces for the revolution is a very difficult task. And that required a very great sacrifice on the part of the revolutionary workers. Let me make it clear that if you are a businessman or an established worldly or family man, please don’t play with fire. As a leader, you are of no use to the party. We have already very many such leaders who spare some evening hours for delivering speeches. They are useless. We require — to use the term so dear to Lenin — the “professional revolutionaries”. The whole-time workers who have no other ambitions or life-work except the revolution. The greater the number of such workers organized into a party, the great the chances of your success.”
― Bhagat Singh

“I was a true atheist then and I am an atheist now. It was not an easy task to face that ordeal. Beliefs make it easier to go through hardships, even make them pleasant. Man can find strong support in God and an encouraging consolation in His Name. If you have no belief in Him, then
there is no alternative but to depend upon yourself. It is not child’s play to stand firm on your feet amid storms and strong winds. In difficult times, vanity, if it remains, evaporates and man cannot find the courage to defy beliefs held in common esteem by the people. If he really revolts against such beliefs, we must conclude that it is not sheer vanity; he has some kind of extraordinary strength. This is exactly the situation now.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Crush your individuality first. Shake off the dreams of personal comfort. Then start to work. Inch by inch you shall have to proceed. It needs courage, perseverance, and very strong determination. No difficulties and no hardships shall discourage you. No failure and betrayals shall dishearten you. No travails (!) imposed upon you shall snuff out the revolutionary will in you. Through the ordeal of sufferings and sacrifice, you shall come out victorious. And these individual victories shall be the valuable assets of the revolution.”
― Bhagat Singh

“all the capitalist governments are not only not going to help any such effort, but on the contrary, suppress it mercilessly. Then, what will his ‘evolution’ achieve?”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist and Other Works

“riches and superiority by the help of these theories. Yes: It was perhaps Upton Sinclair that wrote at someplace that just make a man a believer in immortality and then robs him of all his riches, and possessions. He shall help you even in that ungrudgingly.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“I was a true atheist then and I am an atheist now. It was not an easy task to face that ordeal. Beliefs make it easier to go through hardships, even make them pleasant. Man can find strong support in God and an encouraging consolation in His Name. If you have no belief in Him, then there is no alternative but to depend upon yourself. It is not child’s play to stand firm on your feet amid storms and strong winds. In difficult times, vanity, if it remains, evaporates and man cannot find the courage to defy beliefs held in common esteem by the people. If he really revolts against such beliefs, we must conclude that it is not sheer vanity; he has some kind of extraordinary strength. This is exactly the situation now.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist and Other Works

“You go against popular feelings; you criticize a hero, a great man who is generally believed to be above criticism. What happens? No one will answer your arguments in a rational way; rather you will be considered vainglorious. Its reason is mental insipidity. Merciless criticism and independent thinking are the two necessary traits of revolutionary thinking. As Mahatmaji is great, he is above criticism; as he has risen above, all that he says in the field of politics, religion, Ethics is right. You agree or not, it is binding upon you to take it as truth. This is not constructive thinking. We do not take a leap forward; we go many steps back.”
― Bhagat Singh

“Non-violence is backed by the theory of soul-force in which suffering is courted in the hope of ultimately winning over the opponent. But what happens when such an attempt fails to achieve the object? It is here that soul-force has to be combined with physical force so as not to remain at the mercy of the tyrannical and ruthless enemy.”
― Bhagat Singh

“The aim of life is no more to control the mind, but to develop it harmoniously; not to achieve salvation hereafter, but to make the best use of it here below; and not to realize the truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in the actual experience of daily life; social progress depends not upon the ennoblement of the few but on the enrichment of democracy; universal brotherhood can be achieved only when there is an equality of opportunity – of opportunity in the social, political and individual life.”
― Bhagat Singh, The Jail Notebook And Other Writings

Bhagat Singh Quotes On Socialism

“The day we find a great number of men and women with this psychology who cannot devote themselves to anything else than the service of mankind and emancipation of the suffering humanity; that day shall inaugurate the era of liberty.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“Belief’ softens the hardships, even can make them pleasant. In God man can find very strong consolation and support. Without Him, the man has to depend upon himself. To stand upon one’s own legs amid storms and hurricanes is not a child’s play. At such testing moments, vanity, if any, evaporates, and man cannot dare to defy the general beliefs, if he does, then we must conclude that he has got certain other strength than mere vanity.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“So that when a man can be in great distress having been betrayed and deserted by all friends he may find consolation in the idea that an ever true friend was still there to help him, to support him, and that He was Almighty and could do anything. The idea of God is helpful to man in distress.
Society has to fight out this belief as well as was fought the idol worship and the narrow conception of religion. Similarly, when man tries to stand on his own legs, and become a realist he shall have to throw the faith aside, and to face manfully all the distress, trouble, in which the circumstances may throw him.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I Am An Atheist: An Autobiographical Discourse

“Lovers, Lunatics, and poets are made of the same stuff.”
― Bhagat Singh

“Philosophy is the outcome of human weakness or limitation of knowledge”.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“The day shall usher in a new era of liberty when a large number of men and women, taking courage from the idea of serving humanity and liberating them from sufferings and distress, decide that there is no alternative before them except devoting their lives for this cause. They will wage a war against their oppressors, tyrants or exploiters, not to become kings, or to gain any reward here or in the next birth or after death in paradise; but to cast off the yoke of slavery, to establish liberty and peace they will tread this perilous, but glorious path.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I Am An Atheist: An Autobiographical Discourse

“It is beyond the power of any man to make a revolution. Neither can it be brought about on any appointed date. It is brought about by special environments, social and economic. The function of an organized party is to utilize any such opportunity offered by these circumstances.”
― Bhagat Singh

“As regards the origin of God, my own idea is that having realized the limitations of man, his weaknesses and shortcoming having been taken into consideration, God was brought into imaginary existence to encourage man to face boldly all the trying circumstances, to meet all dangers manfully and to check and restrain his outbursts in prosperity and affluence. God both with his private laws and parental generosity was imagined and painted in greater detail. He was to serve as a deterrent factor when his fury and private laws were discussed so that man may not become a danger to society. He was to serve as a father, mother, sister and brother, friend, and helper when his parental qualifications were to be explained. So that when a man is in great distress having been betrayed and deserted by all friends he may find consolation in the idea that an ever true friend was still there to help him, to support him, and that He was almighty and could do anything. Really that was useful to society in the primitive age. The idea of God is helpful to man in distress.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

“We become pitiable and ridiculous when we imbibe an unreasoned mysticism in our life without any natural or substantial basis. People like us, who are proud to be revolutionary in every sense, should always be prepared to bear all the difficulties, anxieties, pain, and suffering which we invite upon ourselves by the struggles initiated by us and for which we call ourselves revolutionary.”
― Bhagat Singh

“Any man who stands for progress has to criticize, disbelieve and challenge every item of the old faith. Item by item he has to reason out every nook and corner of the prevailing faith. If after considerable reasoning one is led to believe in any theory or philosophy, his faith is welcomed. His reasoning can be mistaken, wrong, misled and sometimes fallacious. But he is liable to correction because reason is the guiding star of his life. But mere faith and blind faith is dangerous: it dulls the brain, and makes a man reactionary.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I am an Atheist

Bhagat Singh Quotes On Farmers

“The romance of militancy dominated our predecessors; now serious ideas ousted this way of thinking. No more mysticism! No more blind faith! Now realism was our mode of thinking. At times of terrible necessity, we can resort to extreme methods, but violence produces opposite results in mass movements.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I Am An Atheist: An Autobiographical Discourse

“What more consolation can there be! A God-believing Hindu may expect to be reborn a king; a Muslim or a Christian might dream of the luxuries he hopes to enjoy in paradise as a reward for his sufferings and sacrifices. What hope should I entertain? I know that will be the end when the rope is tightened around my neck and the rafters move from under my feet. To use more precise religious terminology, that will be the moment of utter annihilation. My soul will come to nothing. If I take the courage to take the matter in the light of ‘Reward’, I see that a short life of struggle with no such magnificent end shall itself be my ‘Reward.’ That is all.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I Am An Atheist: An Autobiographical Discourse

“Merciless criticism and independent thinking are the two necessary traits of revolutionary thinking.”
― Bhagat Singh

“Study so that you are able to meet arguments of your opponents. Equip your ideology with supporting arguments. If you oppose a prevailing belief, if you criticize a great person who is considered to be an incarnation, you will find that your criticism will be answered by calling you vain and egoist. The reason for this is mental ignorance. Logic and free-thinking are the twin qualities that a revolutionary must inevitably possess. To say that Mahatmas, who are great, should not be criticized because they are above criticism and for this reason, whatever they say about politics, religion, economics, and ethics is correct and that whatever they say will have to be accepted, whether you believe it or not, reveals a mentality which cannot lead us to progress and is clearly regressive.”
― Bhagat Singh

“Life is live it’s own. Other’s help is needed in funerals only” ― Bhagat Singh, Why I Am An Atheist: An Autobiographical Discourse

“But man’s duty is to try and endeavor, success depends upon chance and environments.”
― Bhagat Singh, Why I Am An Atheist: An Autobiographical Discourse

Did these Shaheed Bhagat Singh quotes inspire you?

Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru said about Bhahat Singh that “Bhagat Singh did not become popular because of his act of terrorism but because he seemed to vindicate, for the moment, the honor of Lala Lajpat Rai, and through him of the nation. He became a symbol; the act was forgotten, the symbol remained, and within a few months each town and village of the Punjab, and to a lesser extent in the rest of northern India, resounded with his name.”

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