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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti - Know the History of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti - Know the History

Subhash Chandra Bose, the hero of Azad Hind Fauj, is not interested in any introduction however on the event of Netaji's delivery anniversary we are going to inform you about the special things related to him. Bose, who filled the country with enthusiasm and energy with the slogan "Give me blood, I offer you freedom" was born on January 23 1897 in Cuttack, Odisha state. Lawyer father Janakinath Bose and mother Prabhavati's son Subhash Chandra Bose were rich in intelligence. In 1921, Bose met Mahatma Gandhi and Netaji was the first to call Gandhi Ji as the Father of the Nation.

Father wanted to make IAS- Subhash was good in studies since childhood. After completing primary education from Cuttack, he did his further studies from Calcutta University. Bose, who finished second in the entire university, wanted to make his father IAS, but his mind was rooted in patriotism, due to which he was not allowed to work as a slave of the British. Impressed with Gandhiji - Subhash Chandra Bose first met Gandhiji in 1921. Only then did he become a part of the freedom struggle. In view of the patriotism present in him, Gandhiji gave him the status of being a patriot of the patriots. However, after the hanging of Bhagat Singh, some distance came between them.

He was also attached to social work

Apart from the freedom struggle, he was also associated with social work. He helped the people surrounded by the terrible floods in Bengal in 1922. At the same time, he established the 'Yuva Dal' so that the work of service in the society would continue regularly.

Azad Hind Fauj 

Azad Hind Fauj used to use an 'Azad Hind Radio', which inspired people to join the freedom struggle. Bose, along with the establishment of the Azad Hind Fauj, also formed a women's battalion in which he formed the Rani Jhansi Regiment and its captain was Laxmi Sehgal. In a tied knot in Austria - Subhash went to Austria for his treatment where he met a female typist named Emily Shankel. At that time he too needed a typist to write his book. After getting acquainted, Subhash married him. The daughter of Subhash Chandra Bose is named Anita Bose. However, for a long time people did not know about their marriage.

What is the secret of his death?

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the heroic son of Bharatmata, died mysteriously in the plane crash on 18 August 1945. Netaji's death remains a riddle to the people even today. He is told alive in all the stories. Netaji flew from Taiwan to Japan. But his plane crashed in the Taipei capital of Taiwan. He was going to Tokyo. The aircraft caught fire due to sudden technical fault and crashed while burning. It is said that Netaji was badly burned in this accident and he died in a nearby Japan hospital.

It is also believed that the person who was badly injured in the plane crash and who died in Astpal was indeed Subhash Chandra Bose or not. It is also expected that he may have survived the accident. The government set up various inquiry committees to investigate the matter, but till date, no concrete evidence has been found of his death.

What is his relation to Gumnami Baba?

Netaji is said to have stayed in Faizabad for a long time as a Gumnami Baba. When Gumnami Baba died in 1985, everyone was stunned to see his belongings. Gumnami Baba Farratedar spoke English, Bangla, and German. They had expensive cigarettes, liquor, newspapers, magazines etc. Personal belongings of Netaji were also found in his luggage, which led to speculation that he was Netaji.

The Rolex watch, the uniform of Azad Hind Fauj, 24 installment 'Story of a plane crash', published in Anand Bazar Patrika in 1974, Shahnawaz and Khosla Commission Report, etc. were found. It is said that Gumnami Baba's last rites were performed at the place where Lord Shri Ram took water samadhi.

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