India is a country with a rich history of several thousand years, a country with a population of more than 1.3 billion people and 780 languages. It is one of the fastest growing economies today. But India was not always the same as we see it today. It took several years and lives of many brave hearts to make India what it is now. Our Nation got Independence on 15th August 1950, But many of those who fought for India’s freedom couldn’t see this day.
Among those heroes was Bhagat Singh, A revolutionary who, along with his comrades sacrificed his youth and life for the freedom and love of his motherland. Words can’t even explain the amount of courage this young man and his comrades had, who were immorally executed at the tender age of just 23-24 by the British Government.
Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar, and Shivaram Rajguru are often regarded as the epitome of sacrifice and valour. Their names symbolize patriotism and love for the motherland. A majority of today’s youth is unaware of the sacrifices they made. It is necessary for them to know that the freedom we are enjoying today came at a price.
Rani Laxmibai Durga Utsav Mandal has been popular for organizing events with themes that promote and develop patriotism amongst the youth. Rani Laxmibai Durga Utsav Mandal is attempting to commemorate the supreme sacrifice of these legends of India by organizing a glittering pictorial gallery this year. In this gallery, people will be able to witness and have a glimpse of our heroes who were martyred on 23 March 1931.
The Bhagat Singh pictorial gallery here in Rani Laxmibai Durga Utsav Mandal will be inaugurated on 21st September and will remain open for the visitors till 29th September, the gallery will house some of the rarest photos of the revolutionaries from the days of India’s struggle for independence. This pictorial gallery would take you on a patriotic journey of India’s freedom movement which claimed so many lives. The gallery will showcase some never seen before artifacts of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. So come be a part of the journey to independence.