Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is my favourite hero. He was born at Cuttack in Orissa on the 23rd January in 1897. His father Janakinath Bose was a government pleader and his mother Prabhabati Bose was a pious lady. Netaji had a bright career throughout his student life in India. After graduation he went to England to compete for the I.C.S. examination and stood fourth in order of merit. He returned to India but he did not follow the beaten track. He joined the freedom movement in 1921. So he became an eyesore to the British rulers. They sent him to person as many as eleven times. During the Second World War Netaji left India in disguise. He formed the 'Azad Hind Fauj' in Japan and fought against the British rulers and came up to Imphal in Manipur but by irony of fate he had to retreat for the time. It is said that he died in a plane-crash. But still it is a matter of doubt and debate. Whatever, may it be, he remains immortal as a symbol of burning patriotism in our hearts forever.
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