Tuesday, July 27, 2021


    Bhagat Singh’s version of nationalism and what it may mean for Indian education

    As we commemorate Bhagat Singh's 90th death anniversary, here is a close look at the ideas and vision that the man stood for.

    Remembering the Revolutionaries of the Freedom Movement while Commemorating the Martyrs’ Month

    As we observe Martyrs’ Month it's important to remember the most important messages of justice, equality, unity of farmers and workers, communal harmony and peace.

    Childhood and Familial Influences that made Bhagat Singh

    ANNIVERSARY / Bhagat Singh's remarkable life trajectory continues to inspire us even now but there is little that we know about the familial, social and cultural influences that cultivated his worldview. The piece that follows explores this remarkable journey that made Bhagat Singh who he was.

    Bhagat Singh’s Vision and the Contemporary Realities of India

    The inspirations and ideas of revolution that occupied the centre stage of Bhagat Singh’s vision, need to be revisited and relieved in todays context.

    Remembering the Revolutionary Bhagat Singh in Contemporary India

    Bhagat Singh  was not a violent revolutionary who fought against the  British but a visionary, well-read thinker who dedicated himself to the cultivation of an India which was premised on equality, freedom and emancipation of the downtrodden.

    Why I am an Atheist – Bhagat Singh 1930

    On the occassion of the 111th birth anniversary of Bhagat Singh. We are publishing an excerpt from his most celebrated writing " Why I am an atheist?"

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