Subash Chandra Bose, fondly remembered as 'Netaji' was an Indian freedom fighter whose open defiance and offensive strategists against the British and made him a hero in India. He is regarded as one of the pioneers of Indian independence. Born on January 23,1897 in Cuttack Bose followed Jawahar Lal Nehru to lead the younger wing of the Indian National congress in the late 1920s. He later became the party president in 1938, but because of certain differences whom he respected and revered bose was revered from ousted from leadership. He was subsequently placed under house arrest by the British, which he escaped stealthily just so he could continue his fight from independence from far.

Netaji led the young wing of the INC (Indian National Congress) in the late 1920s and in the year 1938 she became the president of the party.

1. It does not matter who among us will lead to see India free. It is enough that India shall be free and that shall give our all to make her free.

2. It is blood alone that can pay the price and will give you the freedom.

Subhash Chandra bose was born into wealth wealth and privilege in a large Bengali family in Orissa during the high noon of the British Raj. The early recipients of an unusually anglocentral education his teenage and young adult years were interspersed with brilliant academic success, otherwise religious yearning and stark rebellion against authority.

In April 1941,bose arrived in Nazi Germany where the leadership offered unexpected if equivocal sympathy for India's sympathy.

INA also used the slogan inequitable Zindabad which was coired by Maryland Alam Azad.

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose: The prince among patriot. Yes that is what is radical, legendary freedom fighter was called by our father of the nation.

Subhash Chandra Bose termed Mahatma Gandhi the patriot even though both shared two different political ideologies. This is an intriguing fact that once again goes on to reveal Netaji's large heartedness.

3. Speaking of patriots, bose was a spiritual patriot himself. Netajis scheme was heavily influenced by Swami Vivekanada. He was 15 when he first came across works of Swami vivekananda, following which has eternal inclination towards spiritually manifested, and a revolution within him grew manifold. He believed both the spiritual gurus were two respects to of one invisible personality.

4. This legendary freedom fighter was imprisoned 11 times during the period from 1921 to 1941. He had assumed the post of mayor of Calcutta in 1930, while he was in prison.

5. Azad Hind Rao station in Germany was established by Netaji phrases such as jai hind, Delhi challo give me a blood and I shall give you freedom were coined by Netaji.

6. It is said that while Netaji spent his time in Germany gathering support for India's freedom, he had married similie schelie was an Austrian woman and Amla bose the well known German economist was then the daughter.

7.He had planned his disgusted escape when he was under house arrest with sur bise as his companion.

While being monitored by police day and night he was Netajis brainchild to let the escape be in in guise of something that does not look unusual, something that happens everyday.

Thus by citing the reason of turning a transistor for uncle subhas sister used to daily come to meet Netaji and finally materialized their grand escape plan with netajis foresightedness.

Netaji had met the then Italian foreign minister Galazinno Ciano. In 1941 who had discussed the draft declaration of independence with him. Bose had staged in Rome for around 6 weeks with his wife during the period.

Netajis death remains sprouded in mystery and that we all are aware of. Following the much talked about news of the plane crash in Taiwan on 18th August was believed that subhash Chandra bose had taken the guise of Sandhu and lived in U.P. people knew him as Gunguni Baba.

Netaji was a brilliant student. Despite cracking Indian Civil services Examination, he resigned from the government post to fught for India's independence. He was known to be the editor of forward newspaper, introduced by his mentor Chittaranji Das. Swaraj yet another newspaper was also started by him.

In 1935, netaji's book named the Indian struggle was published.

Netaji was also fluent in many Indian languages. Bose's struggle also proved to be an inspiration. He was a warrior who had a wage freedom struggle.

Success always stand hold the pillar of failure. Bose lived with philosophy and also inspired others. Bose accepted the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi ironically Gandhi himself became the case of leaving the congress.

Success may be distant, but it is inoperative. Bose used to say if a person is not obsessed, he could never become great. But he should also have some else inside him. Such was the charisma of his philosophy and personality that whoever listened was attracted to him.

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