Talk About a Statue or A Painting or A Work of Art.

Talk About a Statue Or A Painting or A Work of Art.

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India is a land of martyrs ✊. Before 1947, India was under British rule for nearly 300 years. Many individuals from India, especially from Punjab, sacrificed their lives for the country’s freedom. It is only because of these sacrifices that we enjoy freedom today.

There are many freedom fighters, but today I would like to talk about the martyr Shaheed Bhagat Singh, whose name comes at the top among other martyrs. To pay homage to his supreme sacrifice, many statues of Bhagat Singh have been built in his memory.

“We don’t have any faith in statue-worship but as a symbol, the importance of a statue cannot be underestimated. We adorn our homes with pictures or statues of our heroes, mentors, or beloved ones, and these pictures or statues inspire and enthuse us.”

It was when I went to Delhi by train that I saw the statue of Shaheed Bhagat Singh near the Kurukshetra railway station. Shaheed Bhagat Singh Disha Trust unveiled a big bronze statue of Shaheed Bhagat Singh on the 28th of September 2015, just 100 meters away from Kurukshetra railway station.

This 50-foot-high bust of Shaheed Bhagat Singh generates the spirit of ‘Inquilab’ within the hearts of viewers. When passengers travelling on the train catch a glimpse of the bust, the slogan ‘Inquilab Zindabad’ comes out spontaneously from their mouths.

The youth take photos of the statue of Bhagat Singh and seek information about his ideas. This statue inspires those struggling to intensify their struggle. I was inspired by this statue from the depth of my heart.

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Q-1: Tell the names of some other martyrs of Punjab.

Ans: The other martyrs of Punjab who have sacrificed their lives for the freedom of their country are Kartar Singh Sarabha, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Chander Shekhar Azad, Lala Lajpat Rai, and Shaheed Udham Singh.

Q-2: At which place in Punjab was Shaheed Bhagat Singh cremated with his two partners, Rajguru and Sukhdev?

Ans: Shaheed Bhagat Singh was cremated with his two partners, Rajguru and Sukhdev, in Hussainiwala village in Ferozepur district in Punjab state, India. It lies near the bank of the Sutlej river. The village is on the border with Pakistan, opposite the Pakistani village of Ganda Singh Wala.

Q-3: Where is the National Martyrs Memorial situated in Punjab?

Ans: Hussainiwala is the site of the National Martyrs Memorial, which marks the location where Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru were cremated on 23 March 1931. It is also the cremation place of Batukeshwar Dutt, who was involved in the bombing of the Central Legislative Assembly with Singh, as well as Singh’s mother, Vidyawati. An annual fair takes place at the memorial on 23 March, the anniversary of Singh’s death. The day is also observed across the state of Punjab.”

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