Short Essay about NETAJI

English_Master August 5, 2016 No Comments
NETAJI Subhash Chandra Bose, also known as Netaji, was one of the greatest sons and patriots of India. He was born in Calcutta, on 23rd January 1897. His father Jankinath Bose was a well known Lawyer. The name of his mother was Srimati Prabhavati. His parents had great influence on the boy Subhash. The pride and glory of India, called Subhash Chandra Bose was a very intelligent and brilliant student. He came out a topper in his intermediate examination. He passed his B.A. examination in 1919 from Calcutta Presidency College. He went to England for higher studies and passed ICS Examination. ICS was equivalent to the present IAS examination. But he did not accept any government position. He returned to India and joined the freedom movement.  He was influenced by Gandhiji but deferred with him on the question of the method of attaining freedom. He believed that the use of force was necessary to throw out the British. He was a great revolutionary. The Britishers were afraid of him and confined him to his own house. But he escaped from there and disqushed as a Pathan, reached Europe. There he formed the INA. Later he went to the Far East and joined Japan in his efforts to liberate India....
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SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE: Essay

English_Master December 7, 2015 No Comments
SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE Subhash Chandra Bose, also known as Netaji, was one of the greatest sons and patriots of India. He was born in Calcutta on 23 January, 1897. His father, Jankinath Pjjoie, was a well- known lawyer. The name of his mother “‘was Srimati Prabhavati. His parents had great influence on the boy Subhash. This pride and glory of India, called Subhash Chandra Bose, was a very intelligent and brilliant student. He came out a topper in his intermediate examination. He passed his B.A. in 1919 from Calcutta Presidency College. He went to England for higher studies and passed the I.C.S. Examination. I.C.S. was equivalent to the present l.A.S. examination. But he did not accept any government position. He returned to India and joined the freedom movement. He was influenced by Gandhiji but deferred with him on the question of the method of attaining freedom He believed that the use of army and force were necessary to throw out the British. He was a great revolutionary. The Britishers were of afraid of him and confined him to his own house. But he escaped from there disguised as a pathan and formed the Indian National Army or Azad Hind Fauz, with the help of Japan, to fight the British....
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