Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Indian Independence
Subhash Chandra Bose continues to command a rare awe almost in the same lines of legends including Shankaracharya, Zoroaster, Vivekanand, and many more. All these great personalities have one thing in common that they have a small life span but what they accomplished in history. Their achievements, contributions and legacies have been a beacon light for humanity.
Subhash Chandra Bose started the Indian National Army. His Indian national army continues to be a source of inspiration even today to young men and women. Netaji as he is commonly called accorded topmost importance to women can be proved from the fact that many of the uniformed commandants in the Azad Hind Sena were women. His slogan, "You give me blood, I will give you freedom" is also very famous even today.
Bose's trial to Berlin , his meeting with Adolf Hitler , his strategy to gain political independence to India by over throwing the colonial power - all sum up the exemplary vision and courage of man. For him, cursing through the ocean to reach the nook and corners of the world to gather support for India's Independence was child's play.
Bose was a linguistic both at home and abroad. He knew as many foreign languages as of Indian ones. Like Vivekananda, Bose believed that the body and mind has to be equally strong with nerves of iron and muscles of steel to work with humanity.
Salutation to Netaji. Then, Now and Hereafter.
Most people believe subhash chandra Bose died in the plane crash on 18 August 1945 but the fact is no plane is crashed on 18 August 1945 reported by Inquiry Commission under Justice Mukherjee. Taiwan Government also have no record of plane crashed.Bose was awarded by the Bharat Ratna.
Nteaji Subhash Chandra Bose awarded Bharat Ratna posthumously in 1992. The award was latter withdrawn due to the controversies of death of Netaji. There is no proof of death/alive of Netaji.