Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose birth Anniversary 2024 : Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary is not just a day of remembrance; it is a call to action, a reminder that each one of us plays a role in shaping the destiny of our nation.
“Join us in commemorating the 127th birth anniversary of the visionary leader, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, on January 23, 2024. Explore his enduring legacy, contributions to India’s independence, and the ongoing efforts to honor his memory. Discover how Netaji’s ideals continue to inspire a united and progressive India as we reflect on his life and principles on this significant occasion.”
On January 23, 2024, India celebrates the 127th birth anniversary of one of its most illustrious sons, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Born in Cuttack, Odisha, in 1897, Netaji’s life was a saga of unwavering determination, valiant leadership, and an unyielding commitment to the cause of India’s independence.
Netaji’s early life was marked by academic brilliance and a deep sense of nationalism. His resolve to see India free from the shackles of colonial rule led him to join the Indian National Congress. Over the years, he emerged as a charismatic leader, advocating for complete independence and adopting a no-compromise approach towards achieving it.
One of the most remarkable chapters in Netaji’s life unfolded during World War II when he formed the Indian National Army (INA). His famous war cry, “Jai Hind,” echoed through the ranks of the INA, inspiring soldiers to fight for the liberation of their motherland. The INA’s battles in Southeast Asia became a symbol of resistance against colonial oppression and ignited a renewed spirit of patriotism among Indians.
My deepest respect and salute to the great son of mother India, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on his birth anniversary celebrated as #ParakramDiwas
Nation will forever remain indebted to Netaji for his unparalleled contribution in India’s Freedom movement🙏 pic.twitter.com/x0zJDY9Yu1
— Kiren Rijiju (@KirenRijiju) January 23, 2024
Netaji’s vision extended beyond mere political freedom; he envisioned a socially just and egalitarian India. His ideas on inclusive development and equal opportunities for all laid the foundation for a progressive and harmonious nation.
As we commemorate Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary in 2024, it is heartening to witness a renewed interest in preserving and promoting his legacy. Efforts to declassify files related to Netaji have unfolded, providing a deeper insight into his life and the circumstances surrounding his mysterious disappearance.
The celebration of Netaji’s birth anniversary goes beyond ceremonial events. It is an occasion to revisit his speeches, writings, and ideals that continue to inspire generations. His emphasis on unity in diversity, social justice, and unwavering patriotism remains relevant in today’s context.
Netaji’s mother was a devotee of Maa Kali and Durga.
Leonard Garden says in his book “Brothers Against the Raj” that, although Subhash Chandra Bose never made any statement on religion, Hinduism was a part of Indianness for him.
Garden wrote in his book that Subhash Chandra Bose’s mother was a devotee of Goddess Durga and Kali, which had an impact on Netaji as well. The worship of Maa Kali and Durga was inherited by Netaji as a family legacy. Apart from being a devotee of Kali Maa, he also believed in the power of Tantra Sadhana.
When Netaji was in Mandla jail in Myanmar, he had ordered and read many books related to Tantra Mantra.
Subhash Chandra Bose was a leader beyond religion and also a worshiper of Durga-Kali.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose had faith in religion. But at the same time he also believed that have faith in your religion, be religious but respect every religion and take all religions along. Therefore, whenever it was a matter of national interest, any campaign or fight for freedom, he used to take people of every religion along with him.
Had sent Vijayadashi wishes to his wife from Darjeeling.
Subhash Chandra Bose used to eagerly wait for Durga Puja to be held in Kolkata every year. Whether he was in jail or in public life, he used to organize puja with pomp and show on this occasion. On 9 November 1936, Netaji had written a letter from Darjeeling to his wife Emily Schenkl and sent her Vijayadashi greetings. He had written in the letter- Our biggest festival Durga Puja has just ended, I send you best wishes for Vijaya. This shows that Durga Puja was the biggest puja for the entire Bose family and Netaji.
When Netaji used to write letters to his mother, sister and sister-in-law, he used to start the letter with ‘Maa Durga Sada Sahay’. These entire poems show that Netaji had special devotion towards Maa Durga.
Here is the world’s first Subhash temple
One aspect of Subhash Chandra Bose’s life was related to spirituality and he was a worshiper of Goddess worship. But there is also a temple in the country where Netaji is worshipped.
This temple is located in Lamhi, Kashi, which was established on 23 January 2020. The name of this temple is ‘Subhash Temple’. Netaji is also worshiped daily as the national deity in the
On this anniversary, let us not only remember Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose but also strive to carry forward the ideals he fought for. In the face of contemporary challenges, his legacy serves as a guiding light, urging us to build a stronger, united, and prosperous India.
As we celebrate Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Jayanti, let us rededicate ourselves to the values of freedom, justice, and equality – the values for which Netaji fearlessly fought until his last breath.