Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose 122st Birth Anniversary All You Need To Know
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose left behind a legacy that have inspired generations of young Indians over the years.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose 122st Birth Anniversary: As India honours one of its most prominent freedom fighters, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his birth anniversary, people across the country remember his contribution to the struggle for independence. From establishing and leading the Indian National Army to forming alliances against the British during the World War II, Netaji was among the key figures to lay the foundation for the modern Indian state. Netaji Jayanti this year celebrates the 122st birth anniversary of Subhash Chandra Bose.
Subhas Chandra Bose was born on 23 January 1897 (at 12.10 pm) in Cuttack, Orissa Division, Bengal Province, to Prabhavati Devi and Janakinath Bose, an advocate belonging to a Kayastha family. He was the ninth in a family of 14 children. His family was well to do.
Known for his patriotic zeal, in April 1921 he resigned from the Indian Civil Service and returned to India. His frequent run-ins with the authorities earned him notoriety as a rebel by the then-British government in India. Aligned with the Indian National Congress at first, ideological differences between Subhash Chandra Bose and key figures within the party forced him to resign.
Netaji worked under the mentorship of prominent Congress leader Chittaranjan Das who, along with Motilal Nehru, left the Congress Party to form the Swaraj Party in 1922. He started a newspaper called Swaraj and even served as editor of the Forward, a newspaper started by Chittaranjan Das. In 1923, Netaji was elected the President of All India Youth Congress Committee and the Secretary of Bengal State Congress.
Subhash Chandra Bose briefly served as the mayor of Calcutta in 1930. He travelled across Europe in the 1930s, and met leaders including Benito Mussolini. Subsequently, he was put under house arrest by the British until his escape from Indian in 1940.
In 1942, he formed the Indian National Army in Southeast Asia with the help of Japan, comprising of Indian soldiers the British Indian army captured in war. Netaji established a provisional government of Free India or Azad Hind in 1943 in Andaman and Nicobar, then captured by Japanese forces. Netaji is believed to have died in a plane that crash shortly after take-off. Due to the mystery surrounding the circumstances of his death, the Government of India has since set up a number of committees to investigate the case. However, Netaji left behind a legacy that have inspired generations of young Indians over the years. His role in the freedom movement will be celebrated on Netaji Jayanti.
Subhash Chandra Bose did not agree with Mahatma Gandhi’s views on non-violence. Subhash Chandra Bose, famously known as ‘Netaji’, established ‘Azad Hind Government’ on October 21, 1943 and formed the ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ with the aim of giving India freedom. Netaji flew to Burma on July 4, 1944 with his free Indian army This was the place where he said the famous words “Give me blood, and I will give you freedom. The views of Subhash Chandra Bose were very revolutionary and his words can still be filled with enthusiasm for anyone.
You give me blood and I will give you freedom
Remember, the biggest crime is to endure injustice and make a compromise with the wrong.
It is our duty to pay the price of our freedom with our blood. The freedom that we get from our sacrifices and hard work, we must have the strength to protect it.
As a soldier you will always cherish three ideals and live on them: truth, duty and sacrifice. The soldier who always remains loyal to his country, who is always ready to sacrifice his life, is invincible. If you also want to become invincible then incorporate these three ideals into your heart.
On the occasion of the birthday of Subhash Chandra Bose, we are telling you about such such 10 views
Success is always standing at the pillar of failure
(सफलता, हमेशा असफलता के स्तंभ पर खड़ी होती है)
My experience is that there is always some kind of ray of hope, which does not let us wander away from life.
(मेरा अनुभव है कि हमेशा आशा की कोई न कोई किरण आती है, जो हमें जीवन से दूर भटकने नहीं देती.)
The person who does not have ‘fad’ can never become great. But inside it, there must be something else besides
(जिस व्यक्ति के अंदर ‘सनक’ नहीं होती वो कभी महान नहीं बन सकता. लेकिन उसके अंदर, इसके आलावा भी कुछ और होना चाहिए.)
Those who rely on their power, they go ahead and get injured by the power of borrowing.
(जो अपनी ताकत पर भरोसा करते हैं, वो आगे बढ़ते हैं और उधार की ताकत वाले घायल हो जाते हैं.)
Our journey is terrible, painful and worse, but we have to keep on moving forward. The day of success can be far away, but it is essential to come.
(हमारा सफर कितना ही भयानक, कष्टदायी और बदतर हो, लेकिन हमें आगे बढ़ते रहना ही है. सफलता का दिन दूर हो सकता हैं, लेकिन उसका आना अनिवार्य ही है.)
Subhash Chandra Bose started wearing uniform since the establishment of Azad Hind Fauj. He was the most loved of his uniform. It is said that he used to do so to foster youth.