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Was Bhagat Singh An Atheist?

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communism does not work

only way in india it would of worked is if state owned all assets for generation giving everyone in india an equal shot at education and prosperity and then slowly move towards a free market system and give more and more private ownership to people

cause sadly after Britain left the people who were in the middle class and upper class were the once loyal to the british and ruled india for the british n they continued to exploit india but now kept the british cut when it came to the money

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simply...yes He was atheist but not pagan. another one was Khuswant singh (great indian poet ).

BUT............wait........

They always loved the way as Gurus told us ...They always loved What gurus have given us...

They always tried to maintain Gurus look....Sikh sardar..........

(sikhi is not forced on someone,its all about sharda..but If someone sikh can't follow the Gurbani or paadth,,atleast he should maintain the roop of Gurus.......but even if he can't handle it as well,,Then he/she should live according to manmat..

But later, In order to get any credit of sikhism in hi/her life,, They should not be Hypocrites...

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simply...yes He was atheist but not pagan. another one was Khuswant singh (great indian poet ).

BUT............wait........

They always loved the way as Gurus told us ...They always loved What gurus have given us...

They always tried to maintain Gurus look....Sikh sardar..........

(sikhi is not forced on someone,its all about sharda..but If someone sikh can't follow the Gurbani or paadth,,atleast he should maintain the roop of Gurus.......but even if he can't handle it as well,,Then he/she should live according to manmat..

But later, In order to get any credit of sikhism in hi/her life,, They should not be Hypocrites...

no , please read jail chittiyan bhai randhir singh

bhagat singh was a normal person , even though he was born in sikh house hold.

he was a complete athiest

and he purposely cut his hair to let indian media to show him as hindu to obtain fame ,

its all in jail chittiyan please read

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no , please read jail chittiyan bhai randhir singh

bhagat singh was a normal person , even though he was born in sikh house hold.

he was a complete athiest

and he purposely cut his hair to let indian media to show him as hindu to obtain fame ,

its all in jail chittiyan please read

Well said, brother.

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bhagat singh did not cut his hair for fame or to win over the hindus

he cut his hair cause he no longer believed in god along with his friends

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no , please read jail chittiyan bhai randhir singh

bhagat singh was a normal person , even though he was born in sikh house hold.

he was a complete athiest

and he purposely cut his hair to let indian media to show him as hindu to obtain fame ,

its all in jail chittiyan please read

I m not saying he was not atheist .. but being mona he was loved by hindus more...but he realized it later. but what did he do right or wrong I don't know but

at last he realized his faults and started keeping his kesh again in jail... and we know it was a good thing...

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bhagat singh did not cut his hair for fame or to win over the hindus

he cut his hair cause he no longer believed in god along with his friends

He cut his hair because british police came to know that someone sikh guy had killed their police officer and it was bhagat singh and In order to escape and in order to protect other freedom fighters who were with him..He decided to lose his sikh look..

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