Inquilab Zindabad

Inquilab Zindabad (Devanagari: इंक़लाब ज़िदाबाद, Nastaleeq: انقلاب زندہ باد) is a Hindustani phrase which translates to "Long Live Revolution". It was a common phrase used by revolutionaries during the British rule over India. It was popularized in the activities of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association by revolutionaries such as Bhagat Singh and Chandrashekhar Azad, who used it to urge future generations to endorse, and support the political's party rebellious actions.

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