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2023, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part C

Bhagat Singh and his (Non) mystical religiosity

Author(s): Sahastranshu Pandey

Abstract: Bhagat Singh, a prominent figure in India's struggle for independence during the early 20th century, is often celebrated for his fearless and revolutionary spirit. While Bhagat Singh's commitment to socialism and anti-colonial activism is widely acknowledged, his stance on religious beliefs and spirituality is a topic that sparks curiosity and debate. Bhagat Singh's non-mystical religiosity was also evident in his strong support for communal harmony and his condemnation of religious fanaticism. He saw religious unity as a means to achieve a just and inclusive society devoid of caste, class, or religious discrimination. This article focuses on his skepticism towards religious dogma while drawing attention towards diverse historical perspectives which explore their views within the framework of the Non-mystical religiosity of Bhagat Singh.

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Sahastranshu Pandey. Bhagat Singh and his (Non) mystical religiosity. Int J Hist 2023;5(1):178-181.
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