Bhagyashree V. Barde
Subhash Chandra Bose was
one of the most influential and
charismatic leader of pre-
Independence India .
Childhood Of Netaji
• Born on january 23,1897 in Cuttak in
• Father Janakinath Bose and mother
• He was a very intelligent and sincere
Early Life Of
• passed B.A. in Philosophy in 1918.
• He was strongly influenced by swami
In 1916, Subhash reportedly beat and thrashed
one of his British teachers E F Otten.
Bose was expelled from the Presidency College
and banished from Calcutta university.
Indian Civil Service
1920, Bose passed the Civil Service
His urge for participating in the
April 1921, Bose resigned from the
coveted Indian Civil Service.
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Who guided netaji
The vedanta &the bhagwat geeta were the sources
of his inspiration for struggle with the british.
Bose had clearly expressed his belief that democracy
was the best option for india
He adored Vivekananda as his spiritual Guru.
The jalianwala baug massacre had disturbed him greatly.
Went to gandhiji and offered himself to work for the
indian national congress.
Gandhiji sent him to calcutta to work under deshbandhu
chittaranjan das .
He was mainly involved in the activities around calcutta.
Was arrested on numerous occasion.
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Work in congress
He Regard Chittaranjan Das As His Political
He Played A Major Role In Enlightening The
Students, Youths And Labors .
He Was Eagerly Waiting To See India, As An
Independent, Federal And Republic Nation.
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Disput in congress
He did not belive in Gandhiji’s formula of
He attacked the congress internal & foreign
He was elected as president 2 times ,but then
opposed Gandhiji’s ideology
Resigned from the post
Started a mass movement against
utilizing Indian resources and men for
the great war.
He was put under house arrest in
In january 1941, Subhaschandra Bose
disappeared from his home .
Reached Germany via Afghanistan.
Working on the maxim that "an enemy's
enemy is a friend”.
Germany, where he instituted the
Special Bureau for India
He founded the Free India Centre
in Berlin, and created the Indian
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In germany he met to hitler.
The lack of interest shown by Hitler in the cause
of Indian independence eventually caused Bose to
become disillusioned with Hitler and he decided
to leave Germany in 1943
He travelled by the German submarine U-
180 around the Cape of Good Hope to
This was the only civilian transfer across
two submarines of two different navies in
World War II
In 1943, bose left for south-east asia and
raised the army.
The group was later named by bose,as the
indian national army (INA).
commander of the
INA &head of the free
The INA included
Indian prisoners of
war from Singapore
Why was he a
good leader ?
Had a clear goal decided .
Worked for nation’s interest ¬ 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.
Officially,bose died in a plan crash over taiwan
while flying to tokyo on 18 august 1945.
His body was never recoverd.
Taiwan government refused any such crash in
Mystery of death
Bose was posthumously awarded the
Disappearance of bose was a mystery which
could not be simplified by the story of his