The Great Martyrs of India- Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev
Bhagat Singh was one of the most prominent freedom fighters of India. He sacrificed his life for the freedom of our country. This is the reason why he is known as shaheed Bhagat Singh. Along with Bhagat Singh, two other revolutionaries were also given death sentence on the same day. They were Shivaram Rajguru and Sukhdev Thapar.
Rajguru was the accomplice of Bhagat singh and Sukhdev in killing a British police officer in Ferozpur in 1928 in order to take revenge for the death of veteran leader Lala Lajpat Rai due to excessive police beating. Sukhdev also played a major role in the killing. This is the reason why all three of them were convicted of the crime and hanged on March 23, 1931.
Here, we will give a brief astrological analysis of the most famous freedom fighter (Bhagat Singh) on whose life various films have been made in Bollywood.
Astrological Analysis of Bhagat Singh
Freedom fighter and Martyr Shaheed Bhagat Singh was born on 28th September 1907 at Lahore, Punjab. He was hanged till death on 23rd March 1931.
Bhagat Singh’s Date of birth 28 totals down to 1. This number is ruled by Sun, which indicates glory, success and power. Moreover, the total of his complete date of birth is 36 which totals down to 9. His life path number being 9 – ruled by Mars – Bhagat Singh was a freedom fighter. Combination of 1 and 9 i.e. Sun and Mars indicates great fire within. Life path number 9 indicates that life is given to struggle and difficulties, which he had to overcome in his lifetime. Number 9 also gives tremendous fighting spirit and these types of people are often found in sacrificing position, but they are like phoenix bird who takes birth out of its own ashes. That is why, we still remember this Great Martyr as `Shaheed Bhagat Singh’.
As per Vedic Astrology System he had Sun in Virgo, which indicates his hard working nature and also provides him intellect to plan various strategies, which were the required factors in pre-independence time.
Though he had exalted Jupiter in his chart, Mars was becoming Anyo Anya Neecha in his chart. Meaning Mars is placed in sign ruled by Jupiter and Jupiter is placed in the sign in which Mars gets debilitated. This is the weakest disposition in his chart.
While progressing his Natal chart as per Vedic System, Ganesha notes that his Mars was getting exalted in the Progressed Chart of that year. On the other hand, transiting Mars was debilitated. Mars indicates fighting spirit and daring in his horoscope. Progressed Mars’ exaltation in Capricorn indicates that he had courage to face any critical situation but unfortunately, because transiting Mars was debilitated, it became one of the reasons for his death, and specifically because it was weak being Lord of 8th house from his Natal Sun. Transiting Saturn was square to his Natal Saturn, which was another negative factor. There was planetary Stellium (more than two planets in one sign) of Mercury, Rahu, Sun and Uranus over his retrograde Saturn in the Natal chart. This Stellium was in opposition with his Natal Mercury, Venus and Sun. Because the Stellium of these transiting planets was happening in the sign Pisces, it became major negative factor for him.
This Great Spirit had Venus creating Neech Bhang Raj Yoga in his Natal chart. Again, in his progressed chart, Sun and Venus were positioned in Libra at the time of death. This powerful configuration in his progressed chart gave him everlasting fame even after his death.
May this great Martyr and dare devil’s soul rest in peace, says Ganesha!
Bhavesh N. Pattni
23 Mar 2007