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  • Subhash Chandra Bose .
    • Born on January 23,1897 in Cuttack .
    • Was an Activist known for Independence movement and organizing and leading Indian National Army .
    • He was given the Title as “Netaji” .
    • Passed B.A in Philosophy in 1918 .
    • Was imprisoned 11 times by British authorities .
    • Was elected as president 2 times, but then opposed Gandhi’s Ideology, and resigned from the post .
    • He did not believe in Gandhi’s formula of inviolence .
    • Before resignation, Attacked the Congress internal and foreign policy .
    • Went out of country, seeking alliance with other countries, got Japanese Support for fighting against British forces .
    • Is presumed to have died on August 18, 1945, in a plane crash over Taiwan, but not confirm yet .
  • Bose V/S Gandhi .
    • Netaji Bose and Mahatma Gandhi differed in ideologies . Former opted violence, latter opposed .
    • Bose became a leader of national level and agreed to accept nomination as Congress president .
    • He stood for unqualified Swaraj (independence), including the use of force against the British .
    • This meant a disagreement with Mahatma Gandhi, who in fact opposed Bose's presidency, splitting the Congress party .
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  • INA and Provisional Government .
    • The Japanese agreed to cooperate in forming an Indian National Army (INA) in Southeast Asia .
    • Bose became commander of the INA and head of the Free India provisional government ( Arzi Hukumat-e-Azad Hind)
    • The INA included Indian prisoners of war from Singapore and Indian civilians. The strength of INA grew to 43,000 .
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  • Disappearance and alleged Death .
    • Officially, Bose died in a plane crash over Taiwan, while flying to Tokyo on 18 August 1945 .
    • His body was never recovered .
    • Taiwan Government refused any such crash in Taipei.
    • Bose was posthumously awarded the “Bharat Ratna” award .
    • Disappearance of Bose was a mystery which could not be simplified by the story of his death .
  • Mysterious Monk .
    • It was believed that a Hindu Sanyasi in Faizabad Named “Bhagwanji”, was Bose himself in exile .
    • At least four times, Bhagwan ji said he was Netaji Subhash chandra Bose .
    • Govt. enquiry committee refuted, but “Hindustan Times” probe showed some hints of this being true .
    • The life and works of Bhagwanji remain a mystery even today .
  • Who Guided Netaji Bose ?
    • The Vedanta & The Bhagwat Geeta were the sources of his inspiration for struggle with the British .
    • Swami Vivekananda's teachings on universalism .
    • Many scholars believe,Hindu spitirtuality formed the essential part of his political and social thoughts .
    • Bose had clearly expressed his belief that democracy was the best option for India .
  • Why was he a Good Leader ?
    • Had a Clear goal Decided .
    • Opposed, what he thought, was not leading towards the Goal .
    • Worked for Nation’s interest, & not his own interest .
    • Collected all the powers, which guided him to the freedom, and did not leave the job half done .
    • Formed his own Army, Major example of good leadership .
  • What Can We learn from him ?
    • Strong Dedication towards Aim .
    • Consistent efforts, regardless of the obstacles .
    • Use of all tactics to achieve the Target .
    • Respect to other’s emotions .
    • Save yourself, because team needs your service .
    • Don’t do some work for the sake of taking credit .
    • Higher the target, more are the obstacles, so multiply your efforts in same proportion .
  • All the Best to Become a Good Leader, and serve your organization as Netaji did for our country ….