Freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose, popularly known as Netaji. His freedom struggles made him a well known Freedom Fighter. His defiant patriotism made him the hero of the struggle in India. In early 1942, German and Indian officials entitled him with “Netaji” at Special Bureau for India in Berlin. On the freedom fighter’s death anniversary, let’s walk through his valiant life.
Early days of Subhas
Subhas bose was born and brought up into a wealthy privileged Bengali family in Orissa. It was the time when British Raj was on its peak. In the early stage of adolescence, values of Swami Vivekananda influenced him the most. After Graduation in 1919, he was sent to the University of Cambridge to prepare for Civil Services. He qualified for the exam in 1920 but, in 1921 after hearing the turmoil in India he left his job and went back to India and joined the nationalist movement.
Azad Hind Fauz
Bose joined the Non-Cooperation Movement started by Gandhi, this was the time when bose came to the limelight with Gandhi as a nationalist freedom fighter. At these early stages, he was a part of movements led by Gandhi but, in 1942, he led the formation of AZAD HIND FAUZ. In 1943, Azad Hind Fauz or Indian National Army to free India from British rule. Netaji’s ideologies and nationalist ideas and patriotism inspire millions of people all over.
‘Give me blood, and I shall give you freedom’ is the iconic statement by Subhas Chandra Bose for Independence Movement made in Burma in 1944 to members of the Indian National Army. This was one of the famous patriotic speeches of Subhas Chandra Bose. It not only made him bring allies in World War II but also terrorized the British Empire.
On 18 August 1945, Netaji reportedly died at a hospital in Taiwan as a result of injuries from a plane crash.
To the Humble Tribute to Patriot Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. India will always be indebted to him for his renunciation of the freedom of the country.