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Sugata Bose lights on the undsclosed side of the forgotten hero through “His Majesty’s Opponent Subhas Chandra Bose And India’s Struggle Against Empire”

Sugata Bose didn’t wish to add one more to the innumerable biographies on India’s one of greatest sons to win her freedom, yet the one whom we have forgotten so easily. Without biasing, Subhash Chndra Bose’s contribution in India’s freedom doesn’t need any public holiday, memorial awards or any other to recall, and Sugata Bose torches on the undisclosed side of Bose’s fight not just against the mighty British empire, but also against his power mongering fellow countrymen. “His Majesty’s Opponent Subhas Chandra Bose And India’s Struggle Against Empire” is a fabulous computation of that undisclosed fight, and RightBooks.in brings it on before you. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose dedicated his life to the struggle to liberate his people from British rule. In pursuit of that goal he raised and led the Indian National Army against Allied Forces during World War II. This was a man whose patriotism was, as Mahatma Gandhi declared, second to none; nonetheless aspects of his life and death continue to be controversial both in India and abroad even today. His Majesty’s Opponent is a magisterial study of a life larger than its legend. Both intimate and global in significance, it is the portrait of a man, whose public and private life encapsulated the contradictions of world history in the first half of the twentieth century. India’s greatest freedom fighter – Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose never supported the British whether in India, in Cambridge and London or in any other European country that he visited a number of times and delivered fiery speeches against British imperialism and British atrocities in India. Subhas was unlike Gandhi who had supported British till the end of 1st World War and even recruited soldiers for British imperialist and was called by Annie Besant, a true freedom fighter first in Britain then in India as British sergeant though for the sake of Indian’s independence she joined Independence movement led by the Mahatma Gandhi’s non violence struggle for independence of India. Using previously unpublished family archives, this account not only documents Subhas Bose’s thoughts during his imprisonment and travels, but also illuminates the profundity of his struggle to unite the diversities of India—religious, economic and linguistic into a single independent nation. Your visit to the link www.rightbooks.in/product_details.asp?pid=9780670084210&His%20Majesty%E2%80%99s%20Opponent%20Subhas%20Chandra%20Bose%20And%20India%E2%80%99s%20Struggle%20Against%20Empire briefs it all.

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