By: Future Point | 23-Mar-2018Views : 2139
Today India is celebrating Martyr's Day. The day is attributed to Shaheed-e-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh. He sacrificed his life for the freedom of India. He is known as artist of death. His name has become synonym of patriotism. He is the climax of that glory which was attained by the heroes of Indian Freedom Movement.
It is believed that his mother used to call him Bhagaan Valya means the lucky one/blessed one. Sardar Bhagat Singh was a great man who sacrificed his life for the freedom of country at a very young age.
His main slogan was - "Study & Struggle and Never Never Never Give Up"
Because of his heroic act he shall be remembered for centuries. He is the favourite heroic figure for all those who are always filled with patriotic jazz. In nutshell he is universal source of inspiration for the Army Jawans and other gaurds of our country.
Socialist Revolutionary was borne in a Sikkh family at Layallpur district of Punjab province of British India on 28th September 1907 at 09:18 AM. Some of his family members were actively involved in Indian Freedom Movement whereas some had served in Maharaja Ranjeet Singh'r Army. He was hanged to death in 1931 at a very young age of 23 by Britishers. In 1916, young Bhagat Singh came into contact with well-known political leaders like Lala LajpatRai and Ras Bihari Bose. In 1919, when Jalianwala Bagh massacre took place, he was only 12 years old. The massacre deeply disturbed him. After few hours Bhagat Singh collected soil from Jalianwala Bagh and kept it as a memento. The massacre strengthened his determination to throw British out from India.
Bhagat Singh was an active member of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army. In 1925, he initiated the militant youth organization called the Naujawan Bharat Sabha. To avenge the death of Lala Lajpat Rai, he killed Saunders on 17th December, 1928.
On April 8, 1929 Bhagat Singh threw bombs in the Central Assembly Hall while the Assembly was in session. His slogan of ‘Inquilab Zindabad’ made a great impact on the youth during the freedom movement. In jail, he went on hunger strike to protest the inhuman treatment of fellow-political prisoners by jail authorities. Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were hanged a day before the appointed day on March 23rd, 1931. Bhagat Singh was just 23 at that time. He has rightfully been given the title of Shaheed-e-Azam (King of Martyrs).
Analysis of Most Accurate Horoscope of Bhagat Singh
In the horoscope of Bhagat Singh the ascendant sign is Libra. Lagna lord is in 12th house along with Sun and Mercury. Mercury and Jupiter are exalted. Mars and Ketu are in 3rd house, Rahu in 9th, Saturn in 6th & Moon in 8th house.
The placement of Mars and Ketu in 3rd house made him extremely brave and apart from that it was the result of impact of Mars, Saturn and Jupiter on 6th house because of which The Britishers used to feel afraid of him. The placement of Mars in 3rd and the exaltation of Jupiter forming Hamsa Yoga made him a true patriot.
As per astrological texts if Jupiter is in 10th house in one's horoscope then the glory of that native expands if he involves himself in public welfare activities. In Bhagat Singh's chart the presence of exalted Jupiter engaged in the service of his country and eventually he attained unlimited glory.