There are only four or five photographs of Bhagat Singh. But this one with tilted hat is his most famous photo. This photo was taken in a studio in Delhi's Kashmere Gate area just three days before Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs in the national assembly (today India's parliament) on April 8, 1928. This photo was published in Hindustan Times and other newspapers after the assembly bomb attack, making Bhagat Singh a national hero immediately. This photo of the handsome Sikh fired the Indian youth after his hanging on March 23, 1931. As the Director of the Intelligence Bureau, Sir Horace Williamson, wrote at that time: ``His (Bhagat Singh) photograph was on sale in every city and township and for a time rivalled in popularity even that of Mr. Gandhi himself."