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Subhas Chandra Bose (Bengali: সুভাষ চন্দ্র বসু, Shubhash Chôndro Boshu) was an Indian revolutionary who led an Indian national political and military force against Britain and the Western powers during World War II. Popularly known as Netaji (literally "Respected Leader"), Bose was one of the most prominent leaders in the Indian independence movement and is a legendary figure in India today. Bose was born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa to Janakinath Bose and Prabhabati Debi, and is presumed to have died 18 August 1945 (although this is disputed[clarification needed]).[citation needed] Subhas Chandra Bose (Bengali: সুভাষ চন্দ্র বসু, Shubhash Chôndro Boshu) was an Indian revolutionary who led an Indian national political and military force against Britain and the Western powers during World War II. Popularly known as Netaji (literally "Respected Leader"), Bose was one of the most prominent leaders in the Indian independence movement and is a legendary figure in India today. Bose was born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa to Janakinath Bose and Prabhabati Debi, and is presumed to have died 18 August 1945 (although this is disputed[clarification needed]).[citation needed]

|Contents | |[hide] | |1 Ideology & philosophy | |2 Early life | |3 National politics | |4 Disappearance and alleged death | |4.1 Mysterious monk | |5 Personal life | |6 Political views | |7 Bose's Chair at Red Fort | |8 Artistic depictions of Bose | |9 See also | |10 Notes...
Subhas Chandra Bose (Bengali: সসসসস সসসসসস সসুু , Shubhash Chôndro Boshu)
was an Indian revolutionary who led an Indian national political and military force
against Britain and the Western powers during World War II. Popularly known as
Netaji (literally "Respected Leader"), Bose was one of the most prominent leaders in
the Indian independence movement and is a legendary figure in India today. Bose was
born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa to Janakinath Bose and Prabhabati Debi,
and is presumed to have died 18 August 1945 (although this is disputed[clarification needed]).
[citation needed] Subhas Chandra Bose (Bengali: সসসসস সসসসসস সসুু, Shubhash
Chôndro Boshu) was an Indian revolutionary who led an Indian national political and
military force against Britain and the Western powers during World War II. Popularly
known as Netaji (literally "Respected Leader"), Bose was one of the most prominent
leaders in the Indian independence movement and is a legendary figure in India today.
Bose was born on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack, Orissa to Janakinath Bose and
Prabhabati Debi, and is presumed to have died 18 August 1945 (although this is
disputed[clarification needed]).[citation needed]
Contents
[hide]
1 Ideology & philosophy
2 Early life
3 National politics
4 Disappearance and alleged death
o4.1 Mysterious monk
5 Personal life
6 Political views
7 Bose's Chair at Red Fort
8 Artistic depictions of Bose
9 See also
10 Notes
11 Further reading
12 External links
[edit] Ideology & philosophy
Bose advocated complete independence for India at the earliest, whereas the All-India
Congress Committee wanted it in phases, through Dominion status. Finally at the
historic Lahore Congress convention, the Congress adopted Purna Swaraj (complete
independence) as its motto. Bhagat Singh's martyrdom and the inability of the
Congress leaders to save his life infuriated Bose and he started a movement opposing
the Gandhi-Irwin Pact. He was imprisoned and expelled from India. Defying the ban,
he came back to India and was imprisoned again.
Bose was elected president of the Indian National Congress for two consecutive
terms, but had to resign from the post following ideological conflicts with Mohandas
K. Gandhi and after openly attacking the Congress' foreign and internal policies. Bose
believed that Gandhi's tactics of non-violence would never be sufficient to secure
India's independence, and advocated violent resistance. He established a separate