Amidst growing Speculation and recently revealed details about our beloved Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, “The Bose Brothers and Indian Independence” An Insider’s Account is a must Read and may help to unveil Politically grounded never revealed Truth.
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, “The Bose Brothers and Indian Independence” An Insider’s Account
A new book on Netaji Subash Chandra Bose, written by his grandniece Madhuri Bose, a Human Rights Advocate & Writer, has tried to uncover different Mysteries realted to iconic freedom fighters, The Bose Brothers—Sarat and Subash Chandra Bose.
The book is set to create Political Ripples as it has covered strained relationship of Mahatma Gandhi and Nehru, and Controversial details about Nehru.
“Gandhiji’s outbursts at the WC meeting and his subsequent article in the Harijan has upset me. This has been followed by other events that are disturbing… I shall just point out to you that I find it extraordinarily difficult to accept passively the new orientation of Congress policy which involves a supression of Left elements and mass movements,” Nehru wrote in the letter dated January 9, 1938, when Netaji had already been anointed INC president.
“It is quite extraordinary to know Nehru felt so strongly about the Left in 1938. Yet, a year later, Nehru did a U-turn and joined the right wing to dump Netaji,” she remarked.
The Bose Brothers and Indian Independence is a never-before account into the life of the iconic Bose Brothers—Sarat and Subash Chandra Bose. It chronicles the role of the Bose Brothers in the Indian freedom struggle, drawing from first-hand accounts of Amiya Nath Bose who was close to them as a family, political ally, confidant and trusted envoy.
The book takes us through the turbulent political arena of India in the 1920s and unravels the politics of the Indian Nationalist Movement as experienced by Sarat and Subhash Chandra Bose. It reveals their interactions with contemporary leaders—Chittaranjan Das, Jinnah, Motilal and Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhbhai Patel and Mahatma Gandhi—down the years till Partition in 1947, an event which Sarat Bose relentlessly opposed.
With access to diaries, notes, photographs and private correspondence, this book, written by a member of the Bose family, brings to light previously unpublished material on Netaji and Sarat Chandra Bose.