Ashfaqulla Khan (October 22, 1900 - December 19, 1927) was a Indian freedom fighter who fought for Indian Independence from British Rule. He was also known for his life-long friendship with Ram Prasad Bismil and his poems. Here I have compiled down some of the famous Ashfaqulla Khan quotes, sayings, poem verses and slogans. Just hope you will like this quote compilation and learn something inspirational from Ashfaqulla Khan words.
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Brothers and friends will weep after me but I am weeping over their coldness and infidelity towards our motherland.
I will go empty-handed, but this woe will accompany me;
Independent my country Hindostan would ever be.
Bismil is Hindu he utters- "Time again I will come,
O Motherland! you don't worry, I will bestow you freedom."
Me too prevails but religious binding are preventing me,
Being Muslim for a rebirth may not think ever I.
In case if I got God face to face then certainly,
In place of heaven I will beg rebirth in this country.
Only for the love of our country I suffer so much.
Patrotism brings with him all sort of troubles and pains, but a man who chooses it,all the troubles and pains become comforts and ease for him. That is why we remain cheerful up to our aim.
There is no dream, and if there is,there is only one to see you my children struggling for the same and for which I am expected to be finished.
To every man upon this earth, death cometh soon or late.
But how can man die better, than facing fearful odds.
For the ashes of his fathers, and temples of his gods
We too had done some of the works which we could, but those were the days, we had the glamour on face and strength in the chest. But now is the hope only hope from you, you are now grown up and we are at the verge of setting like a sun in the west.
English Transliteration of Hindi Text: kiye the kaam hamane bhii, jo kuchh bhii hamse ban paaye; ye baatain tab ki hain aazaad the aur tha shabaab apanaa. magar ab to jo kuchh bhii hai ummiiden bas vo tumase hain, javaan tum ho labe-baam aa chukaa hai aafataab apnaa.
Ashfaqulla Khan (Letter to His Mother)
Weep not children, weep not elders; I am immortal ! I am immortal !!