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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and his contribution to India’s freedom struggle, Azad Hind Fauj and his war against the British to liberate India and ultimately hasten the process of gaining freedom, are not known compatriots to the extent that he should have been. It is a fact that must be admitted that the students of schools and colleges, in particular, have remained deprived of knowing more about most of our national heroes, even of an emblematic nature, revolutionaries and other social reformers who have built in its own right a solid foundation for invigorating awakening and patriotic fervor among the Indian masses to rise to the occasion to liberate the country from foreign domination and exploitation of our resources. There are not only various reasons for this, but even mysteries surrounding such an avoidable scenario. However, time being of a great characteristic to bring changes, exchanges and new directions, thus behaving like a healer and a healer, therefore, more desire to know more about these revolutionary and legendary personalities of this great country is increasingly found among ordinary people as well as those engaged in academic research. That said, Subhas Chandra Bose commonly known as Netaji had a revolutionary and dedicated commitment to liberating India from foreign rule. He indeed played a pivotal role in the freedom movement by motivating men, women and youth to realize the dream of a free India as he possessed unique leadership skills in mobilizing people for the noble cause. . It is gratifying that now he is remembered more than all those years ago and that his contribution is recognized and honoured, perhaps, but still not in the quantum he deserved. However, a start has very rightly begun in this direction over the past few years and now, with the unveiling of his large 28ft tall digital statue at India Gate in Delhi to mark his 125th birthday, Netaji will become more a center of attention by the compatriots and to know more about his services to the nation. Mistakes, if any, made in the past in not giving the “deserving due” to most of our national heroes must be rectified at the earliest. In these lines, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lamented such “mistakes” of the past by “ignoring the contribution of several freedom fighters”. However, a resilient nation realizes the mistakes or ignorance of things of the past, corrects and reverses them to serve the present and leaves an impeccable legacy for future generations. In this spirit and emphasizing how the country was making progress in almost all areas of development, the Prime Minister sounded rather optimistic while hoping that no power in the world could prevent India from achieving its goal of building “a new India” before the hundredth year. of independence in 2047. It should be noted that Netaji’s hologram was displayed in the same place under the canopy of India Gate which until 1968 or 21 years after independence housed the statue of King George V, the sign or symbol of the colonization of India. for over 200 years and enchaining its people. The erection of statues and symbols of our great national heroes is not only for the purpose of remembering them and even honoring them at special events with a lot of hype, but also to draw inspirations and motivation to never lose heart in the face of the most difficult challenges and problems, especially those that have a direct or indirect impact on our country and its compatriots. In this respect, the “can do, will do” spirit imbibed by Netaji in the compatriots is worth emulating to fulfill our dreams of transforming India into a more powerful and stronger country as the transformation process does not is not static but consistent and still ongoing. Netaji had a revolutionary commitment to liberating India from foreign rule and he had the ability and ability to mobilize Indians to actively participate in the struggle for freedom. His clarion call to the countrymen, “Give me blood and I will give you freedom” had superbly energized millions of Indians regardless of caste, color, region, religion or language and even gender to rise to the occasion and liberate the homeland from a powerful alien country. Azad Hind Fauj, the army he raised to liberate India, made countless sacrifices in the struggle for independence and those soldiers who remained ‘unmourned and unrecognized’ cannot be ignored either. by an indebted nation. Proper research and hard work must be done to know more about these selfless and committed brave soldiers so that the nation will know more about them and continue to remember them as they did not see a free India in their lifetime but fought for her to make one for us. Tribute to our national heroes


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