Bomb shells recovered by CID from Lahore. These became part of exhibits in the Assembly Bomb Case.
A pair of shoes of Bhagat Singh – Bhagat Singh gifted this pair to Jaidev Kapoor, friend and co-revolutionary.
Watch of Bhagat Singh – Bhagat Singh gifted this watch to Jaidev Kapoor, his friend and co-revolutionary
Poster of the Hunger Strike – This small poster was distributed during demonstration in Punjab highlighting hunger strike. The slogan of the poster was coined by Bhagat Singh printed by The National Art Press, Anarkali, Lahore.
FIR (Urdu) of Bhagat Singh in Assembly Bomb Case – This FIR was registered at a police station in New Delhi against Batukeshwar Dutt and Bhagat Singh for throwing of bombs in the Legislative Assembly on 8 April 1929. Both the accused were arrested under section 3 and 4 of Explosive Substance Act.
Shirt of Bhagat Singh – Full sleeves Khaki shirt with Italian collar, market Bhagat Singh on the collar.
Pen – This pen has historical significance as it was used by the Judge to write death sentence to Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev in Saunders Murder Case. Inscribed on the broken nib is the name of the manufacturer, The Latem, Hinks Wells & Co. Registered, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
Crown of Ajit Singh – During Surat Congress of 1907, Extremist Group leader Bal Gangadhar Tilak felicitated Ajit Singh by presenting him with this crown.
Inkpot bombs, 1916 – These brass inkpot bombs were recovered by police from Lahore. They were meant to keep on Judges table and designed so as to trigger the explosion as soon as the lid was opened.
Cap of Sukhdev – This cap was worn by Sukhdev during his lifetime.
Image Source : Supreme Court of India