Buy JAIL DIARY OF BHAGAT SINGH by Bhagat Singh (paperback)


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Bhagat Singh’s jail diary, often referred to as “Jail Notebook,” is a collection of writings and reflections penned by the iconic Indian revolutionary during his incarceration in various prisons from 1927 to 1931. In his diary, Bhagat Singh documented his thoughts on a wide range of topics, including nationalism, socialism, revolution, freedom, and the struggle against British colonial rule in India.

The jail diary provides valuable insights into Bhagat Singh’s intellectual development, his political ideology, and his unwavering commitment to the cause of Indian independence. Despite the harsh conditions of imprisonment, Bhagat Singh continued to educate himself, engage in deep introspection, and refine his revolutionary ideas.

Bhagat Singh’s writings in the jail diary remain relevant and influential, inspiring generations of activists, revolutionaries, and freedom fighters in India and around the world. They serve as a testament to his courage, conviction, and dedication to the principles of liberty, equality, and social justice.

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Book Author

Yadvinder Singh Sandhu





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