Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was a Hero of Heroes
The struggle for the freedom of India from the British rule had given birth to many great heroes who sacrificed fighting for the honor of the nation. Subhash Chandra Bose was one of these heroes and he is still praised by the entire nation for his bold and strategic moves to throw out the British government form the nation. His death has become one of the biggest mysteries of the nation which is still not solved. Let’s take a look at the series of activities of Bose which make him the hero of heroes.
Subhash Chandra Bose was born in Cuttack (Orissa) 23 January 1897. He was very intellectual from the beginning but lacks interest in sports. He was greatly moved by Swami Vivekananda’s teachings adored him as his spiritual Guru.
Starting fight against British:
The hearted for the British increased rapidly in Subhash Chandra Bose’s heart after he came to acknowledge many incidents of exploitation of Indians by the British Government. In 1916, he severely beat his British teacher E F, Otten, because he made a racist remark against the Indian students. Bose was expelled as the result of this action from the Presidency College and it was the beginning of made his entry in the list of rebel-Indians. He was arrested and imprisoned in 1921 for boycotting the celebrations of Prince of Wales’s visit to India.
Return to India:
Subhash Chandra Bose resigned from coveted Indian Civil Service in England and returned back to India because of his urge to join the Indian freedom movement. He later teamed up with Indian National Congress was elected as president of the Youth wing party.
Bose with Congress:
Bose started working under the guidance of Chittaranjan Das in Calcutta. Das was an active member of Congress and Bose praised him as his political guru.
This was the time when Bose started enlightening the students, youngsters, and labourers in Calcutta in the freedom movement of the nation.
Bose against Congress:
Serving under the Congress, Subhash Chandra Bose becomes a strong leader. In a short period of time, he realized that Gandhi’s philosophies were not good enough to lead the nation toward independence and he tried to mould the party to follow an aggressive approach. He was opposed greatly by Mahatma Gandhi and other leaders which resulted in his separation from the Congress.
During the 2nd world war, Subhash Chandra Bose travelled to Germany to seek support from the Nazi army to help India fight against the British. Over a year after the Japanese army invaded Southeast Asia, Bose left Germany to reach Tokyo by traveling in submarines and planes. On July 4, 1943, he took the leadership of the Indian Independence Movement with Japanese aid in East Asia. He set the foundation to Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauj) on October 21, 1943, and reached Indian soil on March 18, 1944, to fight against the British. .
The disappearance of Bose:
It is believed that Subhash Chandra Bose died in a plane crash while returning from Japan but his body was never recovered. The lack of information and facts related to the plane crash theory resulted in a series of investigation about his death. Many believe that he was made a prisoner and interrogated by British while some other believe that he survived the plane crash and live under a fake identity.
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