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Description The booklet written especially for the leftist youth organization All India Youth Federation (AIYF) by a Marxist leader presents a Marxist perspective on the life and sacrifice of one of the greatest Indian martyrs S Bhagat Singh. It profiles the enlightened political consciousness of S Bhagat Singh, his revolutionary ideas and acts and his supreme sacrifice of embracing death at the gallows in the infamous Lahore Conspiracy case. The author is critical of Mahatma Gandhi and Congress party for their ambivalent attitude towards Bhagat Singh's trial. He presents Bhagat Singh as an icon of Indian Youth and a Marxist ideologue.[edit]
Keywords Bhagat Singh, Sikh Stuggle, Independence Struggle, Sikh Martyrdom, A B Bardhan, East India Company, British Rule, All India Youth Federation, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000043
Author A B Bardhan
Year 1984
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher All India Youth Federation
Custodian R. S. Khanna Nagpur
Length 21.0
Breadth 14.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         36
 
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