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Subhash Chandra Bose

  • Date Submitted: 05/19/2013 09:00 PM
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Subhas Chandra Bose, as an outstanding leader
of the Indian National Movement became a
legendary figure to be almost worshipped as a
great hero and a charismatic leader. A study of
his biography unfolds before us his unflagging
zeal, as an empiricist, in gaining a theoretical
foundation for a plan of action, in his own
personal life and in Indian freedom movement
and in this respect he was influenced by his
own parents, Beni Madhab Das, Headmaster,
Revenshaw Collegiate School, teachings of
Ramakrishna, Vivekananda and Aurobindo
Ghosh, C.R. Das, Lenin, Mustapha Kemal
Pasha, De Valera, Joseph Mezzini, Count
Cavour, Garibaldi, and the impact of freedom
movements in other countries such as American
War of Independence, Italian struggle for
liberation and unification, liberation struggle
in Czechoslovakia and Irish struggle for
freedom. In this background his social,
economic and political concepts were
empirically formulated for an objective
observance and ramification with the sole
objective of emancipation of Mother India
from the British rule of exploitation and
oppression and reconstruction of Free India.
The credential of Subhas Chandra Bose
as a socio-political thinker will be well traced
on a careful study of his activities, letters,
writings and speeches at different phases of
the freedom struggle, indicating a process of
evolution of his social, economic and political
concepts connected with the development of
his own mind responding to the shifting
environment in India and the World outside.
The sum of his ideas and convictions constitutes
his philosophy, though he was more of an
1. Social Concept:
(a) Views on religion, communalism etc.
It was under the influence of his parents
that Subhas Chandra Bose developed a
profoundly religious and spiritual frame of
mind, and love for Hindu scriptures from his
early life to the last days of his glorious career
in the battlefields of South East Asia in 1945.


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