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Monday, 23 January 2012

My Tribute to all time greatest leader of India our Netaji.

Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauz)of Netaji

Indian National Army (Azad Hind Fauz)of Netaji:-

The Indian National Army was the manifestation of Subhash Chandra Bose's transformation from a Gandhian freedom fighter to an armed revolutionary challenging the might of the British Empire. Originally the brainchild of expatriate nationalist leader Rash Behari Bose, the INA saw Subhash Chandra assuming the leadership of the outfit as its supreme commander in 1943. With characteristic vigor and zeal, Bose set about strengthening the fledgling organization and proclaimed the Provisional Government of Free India in Singapore on October 21, 1943.

The Indian National Army was also known as the Azad Hind Fauj and it owed allegiance to the Provisional Government which was recognized by nine Axis states. The INA had a combat strength of 40,000 troops comprising mainly of Indian expatriates in South Asia and Indian prisoners of war. The INA also boasted of an exclusive women's combat unit named the Rani of Jhansi regiment.

As the Japanese troops launched a major offensive through Burma, the Azad Hind Fauj soldiers fought alongside them in the frontlines and contributed in many victories. Previously in December, 1943 the Azad Hind government had established its rule in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and renamed them as SHAHEED (MARTYR) and SWARAJ (SELF RULE). On 18 April 1944, the INA troops captured the town of MOIRANG in MANIPUR and in a glorious display of patriotism, raised an Indian tricolor.

However the INA's total dependence on the Japanese troops for arms and logistics support proved to be its undoing and as the might of the Japanese began to wane, the INA too was forced to retreat. With the subsequent surrender of Japan the INA resistance collapsed and a number of officers and troops were captures by the British. The government brought these officers to the Red Fort in Delhi for court martial but eventually had to relent in the face of nationwide protests and incidents of mutiny in the ranks of British Indian Army.

Subhash Chandra employed his great oratory skills to inspire the troops of Indian National Army. On July 4, 1944, at a rally of Indians in Burma, Bose famously proclaimed, "Give me blood, and I shall give you freedom." "Delhi Chalo," another phrase attributed to him, became the clarion call of the INA combatants as they marched towards Indian territory.

Netaji and Gandhiji. One of the major mistake of Gandhiji that he never truly acknowledge and supported Netaji for his contribution towards Indian freedom struggle.

Subhas-chandra-bose at 9 years .

Netaji at Singapur 1935

Tomra Amake Rakto Dao Ami Tomader Sadhinota debo , Netaji 1932

 Netaji With Hitler

Rabindranath And Netaji

Netaji-last-arrested by british police

Ami Subhash Bolchi .......... 1935 .

Subhas Chandra Bose as a supreme leader of Azad Hind Fauz for Indian Freedom Movement.

Netaji and Gandhiji. One of the major mistake of Gandhiji that he never truly acknowledge and supported Netaji for his contribution towards Indian freedom struggle.

This 3D Picture of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Created by Me in 3D Max Software

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