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    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

    D.K.Hari & D.K.Hema Hari, Founders, Bharath Gyan

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23rd January 1897 at Cuttack in Orissa. The house where

    he was born has been converted into Netaji Museum.

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Netaji Museum

    with his wife Emilie Schenkl

    Rebel as a student Netaji was a rebel right from his college days. As a student of Presidency College in Calcutta, he

    assaulted English Professor Oaten for abusing Indians. Netaji was expelled from the college for this

    act.

    Young Subhas Chandra Bose Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose with his friends in

    England

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    Supported by Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee It was Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee, the then Vice Chancellor of Calcutta University who supported

    young Bose. Recognizing the patriotic fervor in young Bose and seeing the potential in him,

    Ashutosh Mukherjee made alternate arrangements for Bose to study.

    Ashutosh Mukherjee

    A Win against Gandhis Nominee In 1939, Subhas Chandra Bose contested election for the post of President of Indian National

    Congress. He won against Pattabhi Sitaramayya, the nominee of Gandhi.

    Unwell but a stirring speech At the Tripura All India Congress Committee meeting in 1939, Netaji made a dramatic entry riding

    an elephant. Inspite of being unwell with high fever, he gave a stirring speech.

    Regrouping INA In 1943, Bose regrouped the Indian National Army with the help of the Indian soldiers from among

    the defeated British Indian Army in Singapore and marched through South East Asia reaching

    Moirang in Manipur.

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    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose inspecting Troops of Indian National Army, Singapore

    In Manipur, he hoisted the Indian Army flag the Azad Hind Fauz for the first time on Indian Soil on

    April 14, 1944, defeating the local British Army.

    100000 (One Lakh ) Rupee Note Issued by Bank of Independence of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

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    The place where the Indian Tricolour was hoisted for the first time on Indian Soil

    Moirang, Manipur

    INA Memorial, Moirang, Manipur

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    INA memorial in Singapore from where Subhas Chandra Bose started his march

    Setting up Azad Hind Bank On October 21st 1943, Netaji set up the Azad Hind Bank to manage funds donated by the Indian

    community from across the world for the liberation of India from the British Raj.

    Thousand rupee note of Azad Hind Government

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    Feared by the British While British could not but respect Mahatma for his non-violent struggle, the British feared the

    Indian National Army of Netaji.

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose with British Politician George Lansbury

    Twin Approach This twin approach led to the dismantling of the British Empire not only in India, but in other parts

    of world.

    He was the one who with a small band of dedicated freedom fighters gave a chill down the spine of

    the British Empire.

    Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Prague, in 1926

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    Mammoth Crowd Welcomes Subhas Chandra Bose in Lahore in 1938

    Japanese Connect Netajis ashes are today still in Japan waiting to come to India. Kept in Renkoji temple of Japan, out

    of Japans admiration and respect since September 18th, 1945, it is a place visited by visiting

    Indians, dignitaries included, to pay respects. As years go by, the generation of people who

    connected with this man from India and his times, are slowly dwindling.

    Netaji Subash Chandra Bose of Indian National Army, INA

    Saichiro Misumi of Tokyo, Japan, at 99 years old in 2014, is Netajis oldest living associate in Japan.

    He was sought out and visited by the Indian Prime Minister Mr.Modi during his visit to Japan in

    September 2014. Mr.Modi bent down and touched Misumis feet, in a typical Indian gesture of

    paying respects.

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    Indian Prime Minister Modi with Saichiro Misumi, in Tokyo - Courtesy PTI

    Renkoji Temple in Japan

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    Inside the Renkoji Temple Monument to Subash Chandra Bose in Renkoji Temple

    It is time these ashes came back to Indian soil and sooner the better.

    More on Netajis Japanese connect in our book Indo-Japan A Connect Over Millennia.

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