How relevant are the ideas of the revoluntionary martyrs?

Submitted by rajat on

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It is 77 years since Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev gave away their lives for a free India. These, and millions of others did not think once before sacrificing everything for the freedom they dreamt of.

"Unless the exploitation of man by man and of nations by nations is brought to an end, sufferings and carnage with which humanity is threatened today cannot be prevented."

How relevant do you think our their ideas in the present times?

Starting points:

- Social Equality

- Socialist Approach

- Exploitation of Man..


Good time to think about the dreams of those who gave us freedom.

Submitted by Lisha on Tue, 18-Mar-2008 - 17:41


When I read, what the revolutionary martyrs had dreamed of, about 77 years ago, I first feel guilty that most of their dreams and visions are still unfulfilled.

The issues of Social Equality, Socialist country, Rights against expliotation are all Fundamental Rights given by the Constitution, but are just mere words in the real sense.

Their ideas are very much relevent to this time, as Exploitation and Suffering still exist in some form, and we are still working against them. They all died for the Freedom of the Nation and we are still striving to fulfill their dream of a "Free Nation".