Seven Mysterious Facts About Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose 


Some Famous slogans of Netaji Subhash

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1. “Tum Mujhe Khoon Do, Main Tumhe Azadi Doonga (Give me blood, and I will give you freedom!).” “Chalo Delhi” 2. “Freedom is not given – it is taken.” 3. “One individual may die for an idea, but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives.”  4. “Jai Hind.” 5. “Life loses half its interest if there is no struggle-if there are no risks to be taken.” 6. “The secret of political bargaining is to look more strong than what you really are.”

Netaji and INA Trials 


The Red Fort Trials, where members of the Indian National Army were tried for treason by the British after World War II, had a significant impact on the independence movement. The trials sparked widespread protests and added momentum to India's struggle for freedom. Netaji's absence during these trials added to the mystery surrounding him. 

Bose was jailed 11 times during his fight for freedom


He was imprisoned eleven times in various jails between 1921 and 1941 due to his struggle for complete independence. His anti-British efforts often resulted in him being imprisoned, but this never discouraged him.

Bose cleared the Civil Service Exam in his first attempt & resigned within a year


Bose had cleared the Indian Civil Services in 1920 but resigned as he could not serve under the British government 

Netaji became AIYC chief in 1923 & Congress President in 1938-39


In 1923, Bose became the President of the All-India Youth Congress, and in 1938, he was elected President of the Congress. In 1939, he had a falling out with Congress and was removed from his leadership post because he and Gandhi disagreed on combatting the British.

Bose founded the Indian National Army in Berlin, also called Azad Hind Fauz


Plantation workers from British Malaya, Singapore, and other parts of Southeast Asia and North Africa made up the majority. Subhash Chandra Bose led and commanded the Azad Hind Fauz in 1943. Bose also launched the Azad Hind Radio Station in Germany.

Bose established India’s first free government at Andaman & Nicobar Island


Bose renamed Andaman and Nicobar Islands Shaheed and Swaraj, respectively, and assigned INA General AD Loganathan as governor. The Azad Hind Government was no longer only exiled; it had its land, currency, civil code, and stamps.

The mystery surrounding Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s death


On August 18, 1945, Netaji supposedly died in a Japanese aviation crash near Taiwan. His death is still unknown because no body was found, and only some ashes were brought back to Japan. His death has long been a mystery, with theories circulating that he never died and instead lived in Russia and, later, India. The alleged plane crash isn’t even mentioned in Taiwanese records