BHAGAT SINGH ESSAY 10 LINES, 100 200 300 WORDS: PARAGRAPH IN ENGLISH

BHAGAT SINGH ESSAY 10 LINES, 100 200 300 WORDS: PARAGRAPH IN ENGLISH
SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH ESSAY
IN ENGLISH: 10 LINES, 100-300 WORDS

ESSAY / PARAGRAPH ON SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH 10 LINES, 100 200 300 WORDS FOR STUDENTS / KIDS / CHILDREN OF CLASS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 IN ENGLISH

SET NO.1: TEN LINES, 100 WORDS ESSAY / PARAGRAPH ON SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH FOR STUDENTS / KIDS / CHILDREN OF CLASS 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 IN ENGLISH.
1. Bhagat singh was a well-known freedom fighter during the Indian independence war.
2. He was born on September 28, 1907, to a Sikh family in Punjab, India.
3. Bhagat Singh was encouraged to join the movement by his father and uncle, who were both freedom fighters.
4. At the age of thirteen, he dedicated his life to the independence movement.
5. Among his comrades, he was known as Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh.
6. Bhagat Singh was a national patriot who made some necessary contributions to the liberation (freedom) of India from British rule.
7. On occasion, he contributed articles to the Kirti Kisan Party's Magazine.
8. The Hindu-Muslim riots deeply troubled him, and he later became an atheist.
9. He was found guilty of the murder of a British police officer.
10. On March 23, 1931, he was executed alongside his comrades Rajguru and Sukhdev.

SET NO.2: TEN LINES, 200 WORDS  ESSAY / PARAGRAPH ON SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH FOR STUDENTS / CHILDREN OF CLASS 6, 7 & 8 IN ENGLISH.

1. On September 28, 1907, Bhagat Singh was born in the Banga village of Punjab's Lyallpur District.
2. His father, Sardar Kishan Singh, and uncle, Sardar Ajit Singh, were both freedom fighters.
3. Kartar Singh Sarabha, a member of the Gadar Party, was a huge inspiration to him.
4. He was an excellent student, an avid reader, and an active participant in all extracurricular activities.
5. Bhagat Singh dropped out of school at the age of 13 to join and devote his life to the movement of Independence.
6. In 1926, Bhagat Singh established the Naujawan Bharat Sabha.
7. On December 17, 1927, he was arrested for the murder of a British police officer, John Saunders.
8. He campaigned under the slogan "Inquilab Zindabad."
9. Bhagat Singh is a great inspiration and his bravery & ideologies helped India achieve Independence on August 15, 1947.
10. He was executed on March 23, 1931, and his followers pay him tribute as a martyr on the same day, every year.

SET NO.3: TEN LINES, 300 WORDS ESSAY / PARAGRAPH ON SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH IN ENGLISH FOR STUDENTS / CHILDREN OF CLASS 9, 10, 11 & 12. 

1. Bhagat Singh is a revolutionary freedom fighter and an Indian socialist.
2. At a young age, he became an expert in both writing and reading languages such as Gurumukhi, Urdu,  Hindi, Punjabi, and English.
3. He was drawn to Marxist ideologies and anarchist ideas, which led to revolutionary contributions to the freedom movement.
4. He was a member of the "Hindustan Republican Association (HRA)", which was later renamed the "Hindustan Socialist Republican Association" (HSRA).
5. He was a member of many revolutionary associations and set an outstanding example of patriotism.
6. In the Central Assembly, Bhagat Singh and his friend Batukeshwar Dutt distributed brochures that criticised the cruel British policies.
7. In May 1931, Bhagat Singh's friend Jatinder Nath Sanyal published an autobiography based on Bhagat Singh's life.
8. Bhagat Singh went on hunger strike with Jatin Das to demand better living conditions for prisoners in Indian prisons.
9. He was sentenced to death at the age of 23 for the murder of British police officer John Saunders.
10. He is the perfect inspiration for today's youth of India and his revolutionary views and ideas will always be remembered.

TOPIC: TEN LINES, 100, 200, 300 WORDS ESSAY / ARTICLE ON SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH FOR STUDENTS / KIDS / CHILDREN OF CLASS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.

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