Subhash Chandr Bose Biography
Subhash Chandra Bose
Let me kill you, I will give you freedom
Founder of the Azad Hind Fauj
Date of birth: 23 January 1897
Place of birth: Cuttack, Orissa
Father's name: Janakinath Bose
Mother's name: Impressive
Died: 18 August 1945
Subhash Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa.
His father's name was Janakinath Bose and mother's name was Prabhavati. Prabhavati and Janakinath Bose had a total of 12 children, including 3 girls and 3 boys. Subhash Chandra M had a ninth child and a fifth son.
Janakinath Bose was a famous lawyer of Cuttack city. At first he was a public prosecutor, but later he started his own practice. He worked for a long time in the Municipal Corporation of Cuttack and was also a member of the Bengal Legislative Assembly. The British government gave him the title of Rai Bahadur.
The name of his teacher in this school was Venimadhav Das. Venimadhav Das was instilling patriotism in his students. It was he who awakened the latent patriotism in Subhash Chandra Bose. In 1918 he completed his first class graduation in philosophy.
At the age of 25, Subhash Chandra Bose fled from home to the Himalayas in search of Guru. But his search for Jupiter failed. But then, after reading Swami Vivekananda's literature, Subhash Chandra Bose became his disciple.
Otten, an English professor at Presidency College, Kolkata, did not treat Indian students well. For this a strike was held in the college under the leadership of Subhash Chandra Bose
Going to England in 1921, Subhash Chandra Bose passed the Indian Civil Service examination. But he refused to serve the British government and resigned and returned to India.
In his public life, Subhash Babu spent a total of eleven to twelve years in prison. He was first imprisoned in 181 for six months.
Subhash Babu stayed in Europe from 19th to 19th
Subhash Babu met Vitthalbhai Patel in Europe. Together with Vitthalbhai Patel, Subhash Babu published the Patel-Boss analysis, in which they both strongly condemned Gandhiji's leadership. Later, when Vitthalbhai Patel fell ill, Subhash Babu did him a lot of service. But Vitthalbhai Patel passed away.
On the 19th, Subhash Babu found out that his father was on his death bed. So they flew from Karachi to Kolkata. In Karachi he found out that his father had died. As soon as he reached Kolkata, the British government took his surname and kept him in jail for many days, then sent him back to Europe.
In 1938, it was decided to hold the annual session of the Congress in Haripura. Subhash Babu's presidential speech was very influential in this convention. Subhash Babu also held a science conference in Bangalore under the chairmanship of famous scientist Sir Visvesvaraya.
On May 3, 19, Subhash Babu formed his own party under the name of Forward Bloc within the Congress. That is why the British government imprisoned all the key leaders of the Forward Bloc, including Subhash Babu. The British government did not want Subhash Babu to be released during the war. That is why the government kept him under house arrest.
During this time Subhash fled India to Germany. There he trained on the battlefield and also built an army there
Subhash Babu devised a plan to get out of custody. On January 17, 191, he disguised himself and fled to Peshawar, leaving Bhagat Babu with a sword. Subhash Babu left Peshawar for Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
Founded the Indian Independence Organization and Azad Hind Radio in Germany. At the same time, Subhash Babu became known as "Netaji". Adam von Trott, a minister in the German government, became a good friend of Subhash Babu.
On March 29, 1942, Subhash Babu met Adolf Hitler, the supreme leader of Germany, but he made no clear promise to help Subhash Babu.
On March 8, 1943, in the German port of Kiel, he set sail for East Asia in a German submarine with his companion Abid Hassan Safrani. This German submarine brought M to the shores of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean. There they both swam across the rough seas and reached the Japanese submarine. During World War II, this was the only exchange of civilians between the naval submarines of any two countries .This Japanese submarine brought them to the Indonesian port of Padang.
Reaching East Asia, Subhash Babu was the first to take over the leadership of the Indian Independence Council from the aged revolutionary Rashbehari Bose. In Ferrer Park, Singapore, Rash Behari Bose handed over the leadership of the Indian Independence Council to Subhash Babu.
Japanese Prime Minister General Hideki Tojo, impressed by Netaji's personality, assured him of cooperation.
On October 21, 1943, Netaji established the Arji-Hukumat-e-Azad-Hind (the final government of independent India) in Singapore. He himself became the president, prime minister and war minister of this government. This government recognized a total of nine countries. Netaji also became the Commander-in-Chief of the Azad Hind Fauj. Netaji was a visionary. She formed a women's regiment in the Azad Hind Army, which was commanded by Captain Lakshmi Swaminathan.
It was named Rani Jhansi Regiment.
In East Asia, Netaji made a number of speeches urging the settled Indian people to join the Azad Hind Fauj and to help them financially. He gave the message in his appeal "You kill me, I will give you freedom (you give me blood, I will give you freedom)"
During the Second World War, the Azad Hind Fauj invaded India with the help of the Japanese army.
Both armies conquered Andaman and Nicobar Islands from the British
Speaking to Gandhiji through his speech on Azad Hind Radio on July 6, 1944, Netaji stated his reason for seeking assistance from Japan and the purpose of the Arji-Hukumat-e-Azad-Hind and the establishment of the Azad Hind Fauj. During the speech, Netaji called Gandhiji the Father of the Nation and sought his blessings for his fight. In this way, Netaji was the first to call Gandhiji the Father of the Nation
Netaji's last journey: After the defeat of Japan in World War II, on August 18, 1945, Netaji was en route to Manchuria by plane when his plane mysteriously went missing. They have never seen anyone since. On August 23, 1945, Japan's Domai reported to the world that Netaji's plane had crashed near Taiwan on August 18. It is believed that Subhash Babu lost his life in this accident.
Netaji's special achievement was the Azad Hind Foj, Azad Hind Sarkar, Azad Hind Radio and Rani Jhansi Regiment, which were prepared with very few tools.
Gandhiji himself had admitted that if there was Subhash Chandra at the time of partition, India would not have to face partition.
Subhash Chandra Bose believed that the Bhagavad Gita was a great source of inspiration for the struggle against the British. Swami Vivekananda's teachings on universality, his nationalist ideas and his emphasis on social service and reform all inspired Subhash Chandra Bose from a very young age.
Honor On the eve of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose's 125th birth anniversary in 2021, the Government of India has proposed to celebrate Bravery Day on January 23 in India.
Postage stamps of 1964, 1993, 1997, 2001, 2016 and 2018 were issued in honor of Subhash Chandra Bose by the Postal Department of the Government of India.
Subhash Chandra is a 1966 biographical Bengali film directed by Pijush Basu.
In 2004, Shyam Benegal directed the autobiographical film Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero, depicting his life in Japanese-occupied Asia (1943-1456), Nazi Germany (1941-1453) and the formation of the Azad Hind Fauj. The film received critical acclaim at the BFI London Film Festival, and won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film on National Unity that year, and the National Film Award for Best Production Design of the Year.
Mahanayak, a Marathi historical novel on the life of Subhash Chandra Bose written by Marathi writer Vishwas Patil was published in 2005.
His Majesty's Opponent, a biography of Subhash Chandra Bose written by Sugata Bose published in 2011.
In 2017, ALT Balaji and B.I.G. Synergy Media released a 9-episode web series, Bose: Dead / Alive, a dramatic version of Ekta Kapoor's book India's Biggest Cover-up, written by Anuj Dhar and starring actor Rajkumar Rao. Were. Emily Schenkel as Subhash Chandra Bose and Anna Ador. The series was praised by both audiences and critics for its intrigue, performance and production design
In January 2019, Zee Bangla started airing the daily television series Netaji.
nonymity is a 2019 Indian Bengali mystery film directed by Shrijit Mukherjee, which deals with the mystery of Netaji's death based on the Mukherjee Commission hearings.