Sardar Bhagat Singh, who sacrificed his life happily for the country, was born on 28 September 1907 in village Lailpur, Lahore, in the village of Khatkar Kalan, Banga, in undivided Punjab. Bhagat Singh believed that after the death of one Bhagat Singh, millions of Bhagat Singhs would be born. In the same way, there are many more such tales. Sadar Bhagat Singh's entire family was revolutionary, father Sardar Kishan Singh was a zamindar, his mother Vidyavati was a woman of religious views. Bhagat Singh's uncle Sardar Ajit Singh and maternal uncle together waged a gorilla war against the British.
Bhagat Singh had heard stories of British tyranny since childhood. One day while going to school, he saw the incident wherein an English man was beating an Indian with a whip and this changed his mind. Bhagat went to the farm with father Sardar Kishan Singh the next morning and saw him sowing seeds in the fields. Bhagat also remembered that incident which he saw earlier. The next day Bhagat Singh arrived at the farm with a sword and pistol from the house, the way he had seen sowing the seeds, in the same way, the weapon was planted in the field. When those working on the farm asked, why are you doing this?
Bhagat Singh replied - 'Sowing the gun will cause a lot of firearms and then will kill the British and drive them away from the country'. When Sardar Kishan Singh heard this answer, he was stunned. He was very happy when he told this thing to Bhagat's mother. Sardar Bhagat Singh was the shining star of India's independence, in whose light today's India is illuminated. Sardar Bhagat Singh gave mercy to the elevated slogan of "Inquilab Zindabad".