Tuesday, 25 August 2020

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Biograpphy

 Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose biography

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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

“Give me blood, I will give you freedom” was the clarion call of Netaji. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, one of the greatest patriots of India, was born at Cuttack in Orissa on January 23, 1897. His father Janakinath Bose was a renowned lawyer and his mother Pravabati Devi was a pious lady. He was a brilliant student. Subhas stood second in the Matriculation Examination. Thereafter he passed the B.A. Examination with a first class Honours degree in Philosophy from Scottish Church College, Kolkata. He stood fourth in the ICS Examination in 1920. But he did not join the ICS under the British rule. He raised his voice for his country’s freedom. He joined Indian National Congress and took active part in the freedom struggle of India. He became the Mayor of Kolkata. He was elected President of the National Congress twice in 1938 and 1939. Later he left Congress and formed Forward Block. The British Government was alarmed at his immense popularity and bravery. He was kept in his own interned in own house. He left India in disguise in 1941. He formed the Azad Hind Fauz in Singapore after coming from Germany and Japan. Then he was known as ‘Netaji’.  With his Azad Hind Fauz he went on fast to attack the British and hoisted the national flag at Kohima, Manipur. It was reported that Netaji died on an air-crash. But it is still a mystery. Dead or not, his burning patriotism and outstanding personality still inspire thousands of youths. Netaji lives in our hearts forever as symbol of undying patriotism.

 

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Subhas Chandra Bose Biography


“Give me blood, I will give you freedom” was the clarion call of Netaji. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, one of the greatest patriots of India, was born at Cuttack in Orissa on January 23, 1897. Instead of following the beaten track, he dedicated himself to the service of his country. It was his spirit of leadership that earned him the revered call 'Netaji'.


He was born on January 23, 1897 at Cuttack. His father Janakinath Bose was a renowned lawyer and his mother Pravabati Devi was a pious lady. He was a brilliant student. He received his education at Ravenshaw Collegiate School. He came to Kolkata and was enrolled at the Presidency College. He had a sharp conflict with Prof. Oaten and was expelled from college. Later he graduated from the Scottish Church College with first class honours in Philosophy. He stood fourth in the ICS Examination in 1920. But he did not join the ICS under the British rule.


He raised his voice for his country’s freedom. He joined Indian National Congress and took active part in the freedom struggle of India. He became the Mayor of Kolkata. He was elected President of the National Congress twice in 1938 and 1939. Soon, he became highly critical of the activities of the moderate leaders within the Congress Party. Later he left Congress and formed Forward Block. The British Government was alarmed at his immense popularity and bravery. He was kept in his own interned in own house. He left India in disguise in 1941. He formed the Azad Hind Fauz in Singapore after coming from Germany and Japan. Then he was known as ‘Netaji’. He started his heroic march to Delhi in 1945. He had success to some extent as his army reached Imphal, Manipur. He raised the tricolour of free India there. But the surrender of Japan to the Allied forces sealed his fate.


It was reported that Netaji died on an air-crash on August 19, 1945.  But it is still a mystery. Dead or not, his burning patriotism and outstanding personality still inspire thousands of youths.  Netaji lives in our hearts forever as symbol of undying patriotism. 


Subhas Chandra Bose had a prophetic vision. He gave up all the comforts of life to free his motherland from the shackles of foreign rule and lifted her into the enlightened world of freedom. I admire him most for his indomitable spirit and idealism. He was a born leader with burning patriotism. He stood before the world as a legendary hero. When other leaders hesitated, he jumped into the thick of the fight and called out, "On to Delhi - the road to Delhi is the road to freedom." We can pay tribute to this great man by way of serving our country rather truly.



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