Remembering Subhas Chandra Bose on his birth anniversary, who was also called Netaji, his words never fail to inspire “Tum Mujhe Khoon do, Mai Thume Azadi Dunga” Jai Hind is the greeting Indians proudly shout out this exemplary national greeting given to us by Netaji.

He was expelled from college for assaulting a professor for his Anti-Indian comments. Brilliant as he was in studies, he Ranked 4 in Indian Civil Service examination, Netaji resigned from his job in as his heart was the at Home in India and he wanted to return to his motherland because he couldn’t see India Crying for freedom. His role in independence was a Part of the Militant Wing and Advocate for socialist policies.

He also gave formal instrumentation for the National Anthem in 1942. Bandhgala was formalized as an Indian’s official dress by Netaji.
He died on 18th August 1945 by burn injuries on a plane crash in Taiwan. But Netaji’s Legacy will never die. As he quoted “One Individual May Die for an Idea, But That Idea Will, After his Death Incarnate itself in a Thousand Lives”

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