Wednesday, March 22, 2006

march 23, 1931: remember bhagat singh, sukhdev and rajguru

mar 22nd

i was traveling yesterday on the spring equinox. so i couldnt post this.

tomorrow is the day on which 75 years ago, bhagat singh, sukhdev and rajguru were hanged by the british.

please spend a moment remembering these heros.

when i think of the gadar party, 1942, the komagata maru, these martyrs, kalapani in the andamans, i have tears in my eyes.

they fought for an idea of india, of a great nation and a great culture.

they did not fight for what 50 years of the nehruvian penalty has converted this country into: a pale shadow of what it could have been. a make-believe country with no self-image. vaastuhara: bereft of even identity, in addition to vastuhara: dispossessed of our patrimony, our heritage, our paitrkam, that which our pitrs left us.

2 comments:

DarkStorm said...

God Bless Rajguru, Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev.

India would have been a very different country if these *freedom fighters* had succeeded.

I find it funny, how do these people who followed that jokerlal and gandu, oops gandhi to jail like meek lambs be called freedom fighters.

prawin said...

Yes...
God Bless Rajguru, Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev

Prawin