Monday, January 24, 2011

A homage to Neta Ji Subash Chandra Bose on his Birth day as flashed on the f.b. on Jan.24,2011.

Bishwa Nath Singh

Neta Ji Subash Chandra Bose whose Birth Anniversary was celebrated on the January 23 as he was born on January 23,1897 in Cuttack,Orissa. His father was Janakinath Bose and mother Prabhabati Debi, and is said to have died on August 18,1945 though disputed but it is ertain that he is no more on this wordly earth should have been honored posthmously with the Country's highest honor 'Bharat Ratna " as his Birth Day should have been celebrated as par with other great leaders of our country.Let us pay our respectful homage and rich floral tribute to him on his belated Birth Anniversary!


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Bishwa Nath Singh :
Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose who is revered as the great Indian freedom fighter against the British Rule and the prominent national leader of the Indian Independence Movement was born on January 23, 1897, in Cuttack in Orissa. The legendary... figure had an ardent desire to free the nation, plunged into politics after resigning from the esteemed Indian Civil Service in April 1921 regardless of his high grades in the merit list, and went about to be reformed into an active member of India’s independence movement.He was elected the president of the Indian National Congress twice, in 1937 and 1939. Mahatma Gandhi’s non-violent strategies were never appreciated or approved by him. He deemed that Gandhi’s tactics would never facilitate India achieve independence. He had advocated complete independence for India at the earliest, whereas the All-India Congress Committee wanted it in phases, through Dominion status. Finally at the historic Lahore Congress convention, the Congress adopted Purna Swaraj (complete independence) as its motto. Bhagat Singh's martyrdom and the inability of the Congress leaders to save his life infuriated Bose and he started a movement opposing the Gandhi-Irwin Pact. He was imprisoned and expelled from India. Defying the ban, he came back to India and was imprisoned again.So his ideological clashes with Mahatma Gandhi led him to quit the INC. And being a strong advocate of aggressive and violent combat, he grounded All India Forward Bloc in 1939, a political party. Thus, began his battle for freedom to overthrow the British Empire.He was arrested eleven times for his anti-British movements between 1920 and 1941. But nothing could stop this hero, who was absolutely committed to return his motherland its lost sovereignty. He had piloted the youth wing of the Congress Party and headed the trade union movement in India. Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauj) was his establishment. He also structured another wing of Congress called Service League, and was greatly regarded for his contributions. Notwithstanding his apparent hatred for the British Empire, he had a profound penchant for its systematic attitude and tenaciously disciplinarian stance towards life.He had focused on the controlled democratic system,. He was the true supporter of independence, yet is not endowed with the amount of significance he deserved. Gandhi’s Congress Party came to rule post independence and efforts of this great man were barely kept in mind. I wish his Birth Anniversary should have been celebrated as that other great leaders of our country on the National basis at the behest of Union Govt. of India.His ways to liberate India from the Eastern front persists to cause intense discussions in the Indian society, even today. Every Indian should salute his strong nationalism, vigorous efforts to release India from her bounds and the remarkable journey he undertook in the quest to meet his objectives. He believed that the Bhagavad Gita was a great source of inspiration for the struggle against the British.Swami Vivekananda's teachings on universalism, his nationalist thoughts and his emphasis on social service and reform had all inspired him from his childhood. The fresh interpretation of the India's ancient scriptures had appealed immensely to him.In order to free India from the shackles of British imperialism,he had organized the Azad Hind Government from outside the country on October 21, 1943. Netaji set up the Provisional Government of Independent India (Azad Hind) and transferred its headquarter at Rangoon on January 7, 1944. On April 5, 1944, the "Azad Hind Bank" was inaugurated at Rangoon. It was on this occasion that Netaji used this chair for the first time. Later the chair was kept at the residence of Netaji at 51, University Avenue, Rangoon, where the office of the Azad Hind ls also housed. Afterwards, at the time of leaving Burma, the Britishers had handed over the chair to the family of one A.T.Ahuja, the well known business man of Rangoon. The chair was officially handed over to the Government of India in January 1979. It was brought to Calcutta on July 17, 1980. It has now been ceremonially installed at the Red Fort on July 7, 1981. He is alleged to have died in a plane crash Taihoku (Taipei), Taiwan, on August 18,1945 while en route to Tokyo and possibly then the Soviet Union. The Japanese plane he was travelling on had engine trouble and when it crashed Bose was badly burned, dying in a local hospital four hours later. His body was then cremated. This version of events is supported by the testimonies of a Captain Yoshida Taneyoshi, and a British spy known as 'Agent 1189.The Honb’le Justice Manoj Kumar Mukherjee who probed into the disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose stated in his report that the question of whether the Sanyasi of Faizabad (Bhagwan Ji) was (or not) Bose "need not be answered" as there was no clinching evidence to prove it. However, he inadvertently stated in a documentary shoot that he believed Bhagwan Ji was none other than Bose This revelation supports the view that Bose had not died in the plane crash in 1945, and was in fact in India after .However, it is certain that he is no more. The grateful nation should have considered him now to award posthumously the country’s highest civilian honor “Bharat Ratna” to him.


Tamanna Chauhan fredoms REAL hero..........! !salute him..!
Rakesh Kanwar true.we agree

Abhay Kumar Singh :
Neta ji was real hero,i salute him

Salome Sagar :
Real Hero

हरे कृष्णा :
Jo abhineta the woh abhi Neta hai,

Jo Kabhi Neta nahi the woh abhineta hai,

Nayak ka to pata nahi, lagte sab khalnayak hai,,

Neta to Subash Babu the,,baki sab to mantry aur vidhayak hai...



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