Baba Randheer Singh had spent more than 15 years in prison due to his activities in the Ghadar Mutiny. The Ghadar Mutiny was carried out by the members of the Ghadar Party at a time when many of the British Indian soldiers were engaged in World War I to incite mutiny in the remaining soldiers left at home. Baba Randheer Singh was sentenced to life imprisonment in the first Lahore Conspiracy case and sent to Lahore central jail. Nearly, two years before, in December , John Saunders was killed by Bhagat Singh and Rajguru, though they mistook him for James Scott responsible for ordering the lathi charge that took the life of Lala Lajpat Rai. Just four months later, in April , Bhagat Singh with Batukeshwar Dutt exploded two bombs designed such that it could not kill in the Central Legislative Assembly, in Delhi. Bhagat Singh was later also charged with the killing of Saunders and he was also in the same jail with Baba Randheer Singh.
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Background[ edit ] Bhagat Singh in Bhagat Singh was a member of Hindustan Socialist Republican Association ,  a revolutionary party in the Indian freedom struggle.
He was an atheist who believed in communism , and he wrote several articles on anarchism  and communism for Kirti. He was re-arrested in connection with the murder of one Saunders, a deputy superintendent of police who was killed by Sukhdev , Rajguru , and Bhagat Singh in in retaliation for the death of Lala Lajpat Rai. In the jail, on 4 October , Baba Randhir Singh , a religious man and member of Ghadar Party who was convicted in the first Lahore conspiracy case , met Bhagat Singh and tried to incite his belief in God; however, Bhagat Singh did not change his stand.
Thereafter, Randhir Singh said "You are giddy with fame and have developed an ego which is standing like a black curtain between you and the God". Ramasamy , P. Jeevanandham translated the essay to the Tamil language. The Tamil version of the essay was published in Kudi Arasu in According to Chaman Lal, "at one time after Partition, the English copy of this essay was not found anywhere.
It was then re-translated from Tamil to English, and some websites still carry the re-translated English version of this essay".
On Bhagat Singh's anniversary: 'Why I am an atheist'
One word says it all for Sunil. A engineer, an enthusiastic and conscientious Information Technology consultant by profession, Sunil shares a special interest with entrepreneurship and lifestyle. Some incidents of life turned him to an atheist. To him - God is a creation of weak. Sardar Bhagat Singh needs no introduction. The man known for his clarity of thoughts and steadfast beliefs about freedom is going to live in our memories for million years to come.
Understanding ‘Why I am an Atheist?’ by Bhagat Singh
He is often referred to as Shaheed Bhagat Singh the word shaheed meaning "martyr". Born to a Jat Sikh family which had earlier been involved in revolutionary activities against the British Raj, Singh, as a teenager, became an atheist and had studied European revolutionary movements. He also became attracted to anarchism and marxist ideologies. Singh gained support when he underwent a day fast in jail, demanding equal rights for Indian and British political prisoners. His legacy prompted youths in India to begin fighting for Indian independence and contributed to the rise of socialism in India. Ajit Singh was forced to flee to Persia because of pending cases against him while Swaran Singh died in at his home after releasing from Borstle Jail, Lahore. At this age, he quoted famous Punjabi literature and discussed the Problems of the Punjab.
‘Why I’m an Atheist’ ~ Bhagat Singh
Print Bhagat Singh born September 28, was convicted and subsequently hanged on March 23, for his participation in the John Saunders murder case. It is a matter of debate whether my lack of belief in the existence of an omnipresent, omniscient God is due to my arrogant pride and vanity. It never occurred to me that sometime in the future I would be involved in polemics of this kind. As a result of some discussions with my friends, if my claim to friendship is not uncalled for I have realised that after having known me for a little time only, some of them have reached a kind of hasty conclusion about me that my atheism is my foolishness and that it is the outcome of my vanity. Even then it is a serious problem. I do not boast of being above these human follies. I am, after all, a human being and nothing more.