Freedom Fighters from Punjab List
Here’s the list of Freedom Fighters from Punjab in a table format:
|1||Bhagat Singh||Indian Nationalist Revolutionary||1907, Banga||1931, Lahore|
|2||Lala Lajpat Rai||Indian Freedom Fighter||1865, Dhudike||1928, Lahore|
|3||Udham Singh||Indian Revolutionary||1899, Sunam||1940, United Kingdom|
|4||Sukhdev Thapar||Indian Revolutionary||1907, Ludhiana||1931, Lahore|
|5||Baba Gurdit Singh||Indian Political Figure||1860, Sarhali||Unknown|
|6||Sohan Singh Bhakna||Indian Revolutionary||1870, Khutrai Khurd||1968, Amritsar|
|7||Sohan Singh Josh||Indian Communist Activist||1898, Amritsar||1982, Unknown|
|8||Kartar Singh Sarabha||Indian Revolutionary||1896, Ludhiana||1915, Lahore|
|9||Madan Lal Dhingra||Indian Revolutionary||1883, Amritsar||1909, London|
|10||Bhai Balmukund||Indian Revolutionary||1889, Unknown||1915, Ambala|
|11||Dulla Bhatti||Indian Revolutionary||Unknown||Unknown|
|12||Harnam Singh Saini||Indian Revolutionary||Unknown||Unknown|
1. Bhagat Singh
Bhagat Singh: Indian Nationalist Revolutionary
Bhagat Singh is a great freedom fighter who used violence against the British government for his country’s independence. At 23, Bhagat became a folk hero of the Indian independence movement. He was born in 1907 in Banga, Punjab. Bhagat Singh died on 23 March 1931 in Lahore, Punjab. He played a significant role in the independence of the country.
2. Lala Lajpat Rai
Lala Lajpat Rai: Indian Freedom Fighter
Lala Lajpat Rai was a great freedom fighter who died for his country. He was born on 28 January 1865 in Dhudike, Punjab. He was a politician, freedom fighter and author. Lala was popularly known as Punjab Kesari. He played a significant role in the Indian independence movement. He completed his education at Government Higher Secondary School. Lala Lajpat Rai died on 17 November 1928 in Lahore.
3. Udham Singh
Udham Singh: Indian Revolutionary
Udham Singh was born on 26 December 1899 in Sunam, Punjab. He was a great Indian revolutionary and freedom fighter from the Ghadar Party. Sometimes Udham refers to as Shaheed-i-Azam Sardar Udham Singh. The British government hanged him on 31 July 1940 in Pentonville Prison, United Kingdom. He and assassinated Michael O’O’wyer, the former Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab in India, on 13 March 1940.
4. Sukhdev Thapar
Sukhdev Thapar: Indian Revolutionary
Sukhdev Thapar was a great Indian revolutionary who was hanged on 23 March 1931 at the age of 23 in Lahore. Sukhdev was a senior member of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. He was born on 15 May 1907 in Ludhiana, Punjab. He played a crucial role in the freedom fight for independence. He was best remembered for his involvement in the Lahore conspiracy case of 18 December 1928.
5. Baba Gurdit Singh
Baba Gurdit Singh: Indian Political Figure
Baba Gurdit Singh was born on 25 August 1860 in Sarhali, Punjab. He chartered a Japanese ship, the Komagata Maru, in 1914 to go to Canada to help his compatriots whose journey to Canada was blocked. He was a great Indian socialist revolutionary who died for his country’s independence. Baba Gurdit Singh had one son Baba Balwant Singh.
6. Sohan Singh Bhakna
Sohan Singh Bhakna: Indian Revolutionary
Sohan Singh Bhakna is a great freedom fighter and founding president of the Ghadar Party. He was born in 1870 in Khutrai Khurd, British India and died in 1968 in Amritsar. When Sohan Singh was ten years old, he married Bishan Kaur. The goal of the Ghadar party was to overthrow British colonial authority in India through revolution.
7. Sohan Singh Josh
Sohan Singh Josh: Indian Communist Activist
Sohan Singh Josh was a great freedom fighter of Punjab who died for his country’s independence. He was born on 12 November 1898 in Amritsar and died on 29 July 1982. Josh passed the 10th class from D.A.V. school in Amritsar. Sohan Singh Josh was a the Naujawan Bharat Sabha and the Kirti Kisan Party leader. He vigorously opposed the British Sarkar in India.
8. Kartar Singh Sarabha
Kartar Singh Sarabha: Indian Revolutionary
Kartar Singh Sarabha was the most famous and reputed Punjab martyrs born on 24 May 1896 in Sarabha Village, Ludhiana. He was only 17 years when he started fighting against British Sarkar for the independence of India. Kartar Singh was hanged by British Sarkar in the central jail of Lahore on 16 November 1915 at of 19. He inspired Bhagat Singh.
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9. Madan Lal Dhingra
Madan Lal Dhingra: Indian Revolutionary
Madan Lal Dhingra was an Indian independence activist born on 18 September 1883 in Amritsar. After completing his schooling, Dhingra went to Lahore to graduate from Government College University. British Sarkar hung him on 17 August 1909 in Pentonville Prison, London, Britain. He was the leader of the Indian Independence Movement.
10. Bhai Balmukund
Bhai Balmukund: Indian Revolutionary
Bhai Balmukund was a great Indian revolutionary freedom fighter born in 1889 in a Sikh family. He was hanged on 8 May 1915 in Ambala central jail along with his companions Master Amir Chand, Awadh Behari, and Basant Kumar Biswas; on 23 December 1912, Bhai Balmukund threw the bomb on Lord Hardinge when he was marching in a state through Chandni Chowk, Delhi.
11. Dulla Bhatti
Dulla Bhatti: Indian Revolutionary
Dulla Bhatti, who is also spelt as Dulha Bhatti, was an Indian Punjabi Revolutionary who came from a Muslim Rajput family of the Zamindar class. He was revolting against the emperor Akbar and his Mughal rule. Abdullah Bhatti was born four months after the death of his father. Dulla was hanged in Lahore by the Akbar. His last words were,” No honour” able son of Punjab will ever sell the soil of Punjab”.
12. Ha”nam Singh Saini
Harnam Singh Saini: Indian Revolutionary
Harnam Singh Saini was a passionate Indian freedom fighter who the British colonial government in Lahore, British India hung. There was no crime for which he was hanged, but according to the the British Colonial government, Harnam Singh instigated a revolt against the empire.