Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose An Immortal Great Leader

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose is one of the great heroes who sacrificed their lives for the country and nation. Like Shivaji and Rana Pratap, he is a heroic child of Mother India. India is blessed to have a worthy son like Subhash.

Birth and family of netaji subhash chandra bose

He was born on 23rd January 1897 in Odia Bazar of Cuttack city. His father Jankinath Bose was a prominent advocate of Cuttack. His mother's name was Prabhabati Devi. Sharat Chandra Bose, one of the heroes of India's freedom struggle, was one of his brothers.

Education of netaji subhash chandra bose

His early childhood education began at an Anglo-Indian school. Later he was admitted to Renaissance Collegiate. In 1913, he passed the matriculation examination with second rank. Later he went to Calcutta and enrolled in Presidency College. From there he successfully passed I. A. Later, he passed B. A, first class with honors in Philosophy from Scottish College. On the instructions of his father, he travelled to London to appear in the Indian Civil Service Examination. After six months of intensive study, he passed the I. C. S examination with a fourth rank

Joining the non-cooperation movement of netaji subhash chandra bose

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After returning from England, he joined the non-cooperation movement led by Gandhiji. The lure of high jobs could not hold him back. With the enthusiasm and inspiration of his compatriot Chittaranjan Das, he took a leap in the movement. Subhash went from village to village calling students, teachers, farmers, lawyers and government officials to join the freedom struggle.

Swarajya and Forward Club of netaji subhash chandra bose

Subhash was the right-hand man of Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das. When Deshbandhu was the Mayor of the Calcutta Corporation, Subhash was the Chief Executive Officer. Shubh also took on the editorial duties of Forward, a daily of the Bengali Provincial Congress. Swaraj Party was formed in 1923 under the leadership of Deshbandhu. Subhash played a leading role in Swarajya Party.

Career life of netaji subhash chandra bose

Subhash was a nationalist hero. He was imprisoned several times for participating in the non-cooperation movement. He deeply felt that a bloody struggle was necessary to expel the British from this slave. He discussed with Gandhiji and other leaders and formed an army with the youth. He led it. His dedication and performance established him as a hero on the national stage. He held meetings at various places and gave fiery speeches in Ojaswini language against the Irish government. The Irish government arrested him and sent him to Mandalay Jail in Brahmadesh. Due to repeated arrests, his health deteriorated. So he traveled to Switzerland for treatment. During his stay there, he recovered and wrote a book called The Indian Struggle. He returned to India in 1937. By that time he had become a famous leader in India. In 1938, he was elected as the president in the Congress session held at Hakapur. He became the Congress president for the second time in 1939 in the Tripura session. At that time, he had deep differences with Gandhiji and his followers. In the same year, he resigned from the post of Congress president. After that, he formed a party called Forward Bloc.

In 1940, Subhash had to appear in court for an article in the weekly Forward Block newspaper. He was out on bail while the interrogation was going on, and he went into hiding from his Calcutta residence. After a daring march, he reached Kabul. Then he reached Berlin, the capital of Germany through Central Asia and Moscow. There, with the help of the Nazi government, he took Indian soldiers and formed a military group called Azad Hind, against Orange. During the Second World War, the Nazi government was the enemy of the Irish. Therefore, about eighteen thousand Indian soldiers were trained in the use of war techniques and weapons on behalf of Germany. In 1934, Subhash embarked on a perilous sea voyage in a German boat. A Japanese ship was waiting for him in the Indian Ocean. He reached Singapore safely. There he formed a powerful army called Azad Hind with the help of Japan. Later, under the leadership of the said army, conducted a large-scale campaign from the north-eastern part of India. They crossed over to Imphal in Manipur but were defeated by the Japanese in the war with the Turks and they were in peacetime. As a result, Subhash Bose was no longer supported by the Japanese. Later, in 1945, he traveled to Tokyo in an airplane with a close friend, Habi Bur Rahman, but on the way, the airplane met with an accident at Farmay Island. Netaji's final life story is still a mystery to Indians.


Netaji was an extraordinary leader in the history of India. The loss of such a worthy child was an irreparable loss to Mother India. O leader, crores of obeisances to you.

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