Bhagat Singh’s name is synonymous with the independence movement in India. He had a major role in the Indian Independence. Bhagat Singh was born on 28th September 1907 in Banga Pakistan.
For most Indian and even Pakistani people, Bhagat Singh was a revolutionary and needed force that helped India gain independence. He was sentenced to death for his act of violence by the British. On 23rd March 1931, he was hanged to death in Lahore Central Jail.
In this article, we have put together some of the great books that shine a light on his life, his work, and life as a freedom fighter. So if you want to take a closer look into his life, you must add this book to your wish list.
Best Books on Bhagat Singh
This book is written by Malawindara Jīta Siṅgha. In this book, all the achievements and struggles are mentioned in this book. If you are a fan of Bhagat Singh this is the number one book we will recommend.
In this book, you will get to know about the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army. How Chandrashekar Azad and Bhagat Singh inspired the whole independence moment.
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Understanding Bhagat Singh is among the best book on Bhagat Singh that you can read. This book was written by the Chaman Lal and described the various aspects of Bhagat Singh’s life. Understanding Bhagat Singh was published in 2013 and became the best book on Bhagat Singh. This book also has good ratings on GoodReads and Amazon.
No Hanging, Please Shoot Us is yet another important book by Bhagat Singh. This book was written by Shaheed Bhagat Singh. This book also has content from red pamphlets that were thrown during the assembly hall bombing. If you want to take a closer look at Bhagat Singh’s life, you must add this to your collection.
This book was written by Omesh Saigal. It contains the important aspects of his life and his role in the independence moment. His speeches, his writings, stance on the British raj, and other important aspects are also included in the book.
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On 23rd March 1931, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev were hanged. There are a lot of controversy surrounding the death of Bhagat Singh and their associates. This book dives deep into that aspect of the aftermath of his death sentence.
This book is a rather special one. This book was written by Bhagat Singh’s niece Virendra Sindhu. Story of Bhagat Singh from their family’s perspective, his struggle, and his achievements. It is among the best book on Bhagat Singh you can read.
So here you have it, some of the best books on Bhagat Singh you can read to know the revolutionary. Did we miss anything, do let us know in the comment section below.