Twenty-first century India has been undergoing turmoil and strife. On one hand, the civilised human being is finding it harder to be civil, on the other, a huge wall made of hate, hunger, atrocities and deprivation is looming over them, making it hard for people to cross over the wall. Like Jalianwala, there are guns and the mortar of freak and untruth salvo being fired in every direction. In the midst of this man-made chaos, people are still surviving. These poems are the spontaneous outcome of these salutations. The poems dip into the thoughts of fellow citizens, their life and happiness, emotion and the enormous impending damages in the environment. The untold misery and agony of countless human beings has found expression in the form of poetry. Bells of Freedom seeks to influence our minds for just a fraction of a second and make us think about the ambience we are living in today. The poems question if this is the state we had dreamt of. It should hence be a breath of fresh air, enabling us to think about a new dawn. Let our wishes find the button of the road to the New Dawn.