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  • 1. INREMEMBRANCE OF THE FORGOTTEN HERO NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSEMade by:ShashwatPareek Bac
  • 2. • On the 23rd day of the year 1897 God gave a gift toINDIA from the hands of Janakinath Bose andPrabhavati Devi Subhash Chandra Bose•Studied at : Anglo school at Cuttack until standard 6 Ravenshaw Collegiate School of Cuttack Presidency College where he studied briefly Passed his B.A. in 1918 in philosophy from the renowned Scottish Church College of the University of Calcutta.• His nationalistic temperament came to light when hewas expelled for assaulting Professor Oaten for his anti-India comments at Presidency College. Back
  • 3. GETTING PATRIOTIC His high score in the Civil Service examinations meant an almost automatic appointment. He then took his first conscious step as a revolutionary and resigned the appointment on the premise that : “the best way to end a government is to withdraw from it.” Back
  • 4.  Returning to India, Bose wrote for the newspaper : Swaraj Took charge of publicity for the Bengal Provincial Congress Committee. His mentor Chittaranjan Das Bose worked for Das when the latter was elected mayor of Calcutta in 1924. 1930 He emerged to become Mayor of Calcutta By 1938 Bose had become as leader of national stature and agreed to accept nomination as Congress president. Confronted against Mahatma Gandhi by using force against BRITISH. Back
  • 5. WENT TO JAIL FOR THE COUNTRY In a roundup of nationalists in 1925, Bose was arrested and sent to prison in Mandalay, where he even contracted tuberculosis. Released after 2 years. Again Bose was arrested and jailed for civil disobedience. Bose was outspoken in his anti-British stance and was jailed 11 (eleven) times between 1920 and 1941 for periods varying between six months and three years. Back
  • 6. POLITICAL VIEWS Subhas Chandra Bose believed that the Bhagavad Gita was a great source of inspiration for the struggle against the British. Swami Vivekanandas teachings on universalism, his nationalist thoughts and his emphasis on social service and reform had all inspired Subhash Chandra Bose from his very young days. Bose never liked the Nazis but when he failed to contact the Russians for help in Afghanistan he approached the Germans and Italians for help. His comment was that if he had to shake hands with the devil for Indias independence he would do Back
  • 7. Congres Bose s Thevar mobilised all south India votes for Bose. However, due to the manoeuvrings of the Gandhi- led clique in the Congress Working Committee, Bose found himself forced to resign from the Congress presidency. His uncompromising stand finally cut him off from the mainstream of Indian nationalism Bose then organized the Forward Bloc on June 22, aimed at consolidating the political left Back
  • 8. INFLUENCES ON BOSE He was influenced by the examples of Italian statesmen Giuseppe Garibaldi and Giuseppe Mazzini. His correspondence reveals that despite his clear dislike for British subjugation, he was deeply impressed by their methodical and systematic approach and their steadfastly disciplinarian outlook towards life. He came to believe that a free India needed socialist authoritarianism, on the lines of Turkeys Kemal Atatürk, for at least two decades. Back
  • 9. EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE IN LOVE AND WAR Bose advocated the approach that the political instability of war-time Britain should be taken advantage of—rather than simply wait for the British to grant independence after the end of the war. Boses escape to Germany, via Afghanistan and the Soviet Union. Back
  • 10. Bose Gandhi A reasonable measure of the contrast betweenGandhi and Bose is captured in a sayingattributable to him. “If people slap you once, slap them twice” “An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind. “ Back
  • 11. BOSE AND GERMANY From Moscow, he reached Rome, and from there he traveled to Germany, where he instituted the Special Bureau for India under Adam von Trott zu Solz, broadcasting on the German-sponsored Azad Hind Radio. He founded the Free India Centre in Berlin, and created the Indian Legion (consisting of some 4500 soldiers) out of Indian prisoners of war who had previously fought for the British in North Africa prior to their capture by Axis forces. Back
  • 12. DEATH ??? However, the Inquiry Commission under Justice Mukherjee, which investigated the Bose disappearance mystery in the period 1999-2005, did approach the Taiwanese government, and obtained information from the Taiwan Government that no plane carrying Bose had ever crashed in Taipei, and there was, in fact, no plane crash in Taiwan on 18 August 1945 as alleged. Back
  • 13. SO LET US CLOSE OUR EYES FOR 2 MINUTESAND PRAY FOR THE DEPARTED SOUL WHODEVOTED HIS LIFE FOR THE COUNTRY Credits •Software Used: Microsoft Power Point Microsoft Word Microsoft Movie Maker •Data From: www.wikipedia.org/ www.google.co.in Back