`Remember that the greatest crime is to compromise with injustice
and wrong...' A reserved boy who felt out of place on the sports
field, Subhas Chandra Bose grew to be a fearless and inspiring
leader on the battlefield of India's struggle for freedom. Often
standing in opposition to Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru
and other Indian National Congress front runners, Bose was at the
vanguard of the `other' revolutionary struggle for independence
from British rule. However controversial his efforts, they were all
born of one emotion - his unquestionable love for his Motherland.
His many prison sentences and equally frequent bouts of illness
never subdued his spirit. A staunch nationalist, a prolific writer,
a mesmerizing orator and a matchless motivator, Netaji led by
example and believed that every individual must be ready to
sacrifice his or her life for the country. This book brings
together the transformative incidents that shaped Netaji's work and
words, and highlights the main tenets of his life. From his
devotion to India and his unflagging courage, you too can learn to
be a little bit like Subhas Chandra Bose.
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