10 Quotes By Flying Sikh Milkha Singh That Shows Why he Called as Legend

Milkha Singh passed away aged 91 due to Covid 19 Complications. India’s greatest athlete and a running legend gave India its first gold medal in the Commonwealth Games. Milkha Singh was the inspiration for many sportspersons and common people as well. He achieved success with his hardwork, perseverance and dedication. A Padma Shri awardee is known as Flying Sikh of India.

Here are some of Milkha Singh’s most inspirational and impactful words that can inspire anyone:

  1. “I was moved to tears by the thought that from being nobody the night before, I had become somebody.”Milkha Singh Words

  2. “You can achieve anything in life. It just depends on how desperate you are to achieve it.” Milkha Singh Quotes

  3. “Discipline, hard work, will power…. My experience made me so hard that I wasn’t even scared of death.” Milkha Singh Words

  4. “Hardwork, willpower and dedication, jis insaan mein yeh cheezein hai woh zameen se uth ke aasmaan ko chhu sakta hai.”Milkha Singh Inspirational Words

  5. “Don’t be afraid of moving slowly, be afraid of standing still.”Milkha Singh Lines

  6. “Wherever I ran, India and Pakistan both ran with me.”Milkha Singh Words of Wisdom

  7. “Life of a sportsperson is hard, and the there will certainly be times when you might be tempted to quit or take shortcut but remember there are no shortcuts to success.”FLying Sikh Milkha Singh Words

  8. “Talent must be nurtured from a very young age for it to grow and flourish.”Milkha Singh Quotations

  9. “When I reflect upon my life, I can clearly see how my passion for running has dominated my life. The images that flash through my mind are those running…. running…running…”Milkha Singh Words

  10. “My most enduring memory of that year is not the birth of India and Pakistan. I could not even comprehend what was happening. As a teenager from a backward village in Pakistan, I had never seen a cycle, car or train. I was completely bewildered at the turn of events. All that mattered was how to get my next meal, usually a roti and an onion.”

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