"“But man's duty is to try and endeavor, success depends upon chance and environments.” Bhagat Singh was a prominent young revolutionary hero of the Indian Independence movement, who was martyred at the age of 23. He wrote a series of essays which reflects his revolutionary fervour and ranges from 1925 to 1931. One of his most famous essays, “Why I am an Atheist” was written while he was imprisoned in the Lahore Central Jail. Bhagat Singh’s honesty and intense patriotism is entailed in the essays and weaves a prismatic story which aimed to ignite a spark of hope, courage and revolution among the readers."
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