Subhash Chandra Bose – Freedom Fighter of India
Born on the 23rd of January in the year 1897 in the city of Cuttack located in the Indian state of Orissa, Subhas Chandra Bose was a famous heroic freedom fighter who played a key role in the Indian Independence Movement.
Pursuing his academics from the University of Calcutta as well as the University of Cambridge, Bose went on to take up a number of political roles throughout his life, which included designations like the President of the Indian National Congress, the Prime Minister, the Head of the State, among many others.
He believed firmly in the concept of Poorna Swaraj—which means “self rule,” and opposed the dominance of British Imperialism. He was rewarded with the title of “Netaji” which means “Leader,” and ever since then has been popular in history with his full name as “Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.”
His famous line that said “Give me blood, and I’ll give you freedom!” has been immensely popular in history.
He passed away on the 18th of August in the year 1945 at Taiwan, at the age of 48 years.