10 Subhash Chandra Bose Inspirational Quotes

10 Subhash Chandra Bose Inspirational Quotes

10 Subhash Chandra Bose Inspirational Quotes

Subhas Chandra Bose was born in Cuttack, in Orissa, on January 23, 1897. His father, Janakinath Bose was a Government Pleader. He was the sixth of the seven sons of his parents.

As a student Subhas Chandra was brilliant, Even when a student his love for India made him restless. le wanted to make India free from foreign rule. He went to England for higher studies. He appeared in the I.C.S. examination and passed with credit. But he was not born to serve under the British masters. He returned to India and joined the freedom movement. He was jailed for many years and suffered much. He was a very popular leader. He became the President of the Indian National Congress twice. But he had differences with other national leaders. So he formed his own- party. the Forward Bloc and fought against the British. The British rulers were afraid of him, so they kept him confined in his own house. One day he slipped out of his house and let India. With the help of Japan and Germany, he organised his famous Azad Hind Fouz, or the Indian National Army, and declared war against the British.

Subhas Chandra Bose was born in Cuttack, in Orissa, on January 23, 1897. His father, Janakinath Bose was a Government Pleader. He was the sixth of the seven sons of his parents.

As a student Subhas Chandra was brilliant, Even when a student his love for India made him restless. le wanted to make India free from foreign rule. He went to England for higher studies. He appeared in the I.C.S. examination and passed with credit. But he was not born to serve under the British masters. He returned to India and joined the freedom movement. He was jailed for many years and suffered much. He was a very popular leader. He became the President of the Indian National Congress twice. But he had differences with other national leaders. So he formed his own- party. the Forward Bloc and fought against the British. The British rulers were afraid of him, so they kept him confined in his own house. One day he slipped out of his house and let India. With the help of Japan and Germany, he organised his famous Azad Hind Fouz, or the Indian National Army, and declared war against the British.

Freedom is not given – it is taken.

The secret of political bargaining is to look more strong than what you really are.

We should have but one desire today – the desire to die so that India may live – the desire to face a martyr’s death, so that the path to freedom may be paved with the martyr’s blood.

It is only on the basis of undiluted Nationalism and of perfect justice and impartiality that the Indian Army of Liberation can be built up.

Forget not that the grossest crime is to compromise with injustice and wrong. Remember the eternal law: you must give, if you want to get.

One individual may die for an idea, but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives.

It is our duty to pay for our liberty with our own blood. The freedom that we shall win through our sacrifice and exertions, we shall be able to preserve with our own strength.

Soldiers who always remain faithful to their nation, who are always prepared to sacrifice their lives, are invincible.

India is calling Blood is calling to blood. Get up, we have no time to lose. Take up your arms ! we shall carve our way through the enemy’s ranks, or if God wills, we shall die a martyr’s death. And in our last sleep we shall kiss the road that will bring our Army to Delhi. The road to Delhi is the road to Freedom. Chalo Delhi (March to Delhi).

Nationalism is inspired by the highest ideals of the human race, satyam [the true], shivam [the god], sundaram [the beautiful]. Nationalism in India has … roused the creative faculties which for centuries had been lying dormant in our people.

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