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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Never Die

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Subhas Chandra Bose, named as Netaji by Tagore, was a great Indian freedom fighter and hero, who aimed to rid India of British rule during World War II by approaching India from abroad with the help of Japan. In 1945 he disappeared mysteriously. Indian leaders, including Gandhi and Nehru, claimed he died in plane crash. His friend Narendra Battacharya had established communist movements in India, Mexico and China. Finally he returned to India, using name M.N. Roy in order to avoid the British attention.

Young spiritual leader P.R Sarkar told to his disciples; ‘Several years ago (1939) Netaji, Subhas and M.N. Roy came to see me. Subhas worried how he would be able to free India, because people of India would not fight for independence due to the influence of Gandhi’s non-violence – which didn’t seem to bring any freedom from British. I suggested that since he was a courageous person, he should organize struggle from outside India, as it was not possible from inside the country’’.

Sarkar also explained to Netaji and M.N. Roy that without spirituality, morality was not possible as one could become corrupt. Both Subhas and M.N. Roy learned meditation. While M.N. Roy never practised it seriously, Subhas was so dedicated to his spiritual practices that he was given also special Kapalika meditation. Those who were with him, saw him doing long meditations even in the middle of war. M.N. Roy applied some of Sarkar’s ideas into his ‘Radical Humanism’ after meeting Stalin and rejecting communism.

Netaji took the help of Japanese and gathered the Indians living in Malaysia, Singapore and the Indian prisoners held by the Japanese, and formed Indian National Army, INA. He spoke on radio frequently to Indian people and gathered large popularity. Netaji liberated first the Indian territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands and then N-Eastern part of India. Wherever INA entered, the local population joined them and rose in revolt against the British. The Congress leaders and Gandhi opposed Netaji, but Indian people loved him.

After the surrender of Japan due to bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the help from Japanese for Netaji ended suddenly. INA could not fight alone the might of the British Empire, although the patriotic spirit was unstoppable. Ac Savitananda has written in his book that Netaji sent his INA soldiers with brochures to join the British Indian Army, with the purpose that INA soldiers would influence the British controlled Indian soldiers to stop killing their own brothers – the INA soldiers.

When some INA troops were advancing back towards Singapore and Burma, the British Army tried to capture Netaji, but he escaped with the help of Sarkar’s disciple Kalikananda. The aeroplane that Netaji suppose to board, got crashed, which – the British first believed – was the end of Netaji’s life, but actually he boarded another plane which flew to Siberia. Sarkar requested him mentally to leave the freedom struggle and concentrate rest of his life for spiritual practices. Netaji traveled to secret cave in Tibet.

The British got worried and understood that they can’t hold on to India any longer, as their Indian soldiers also had become indisciplined, but they didn’t want to show their defeat immediately, so only in 1947 India was declared officially independent. Secret agreement was made between Indian and the British Governments, that if Netaji came back to India, he would be handed over to the British as a war criminal. The credit for Indian independence was given to Gandhi and his non-violence.

After Netaji, Subhas disappeared in 1945, followers often questioned Sarkar about him. There were at least 30 times when Sarkar either spoke about Subhas, or kept remote viewing sessions. According those sessions the revolutionary hero Netaji was alive and well.

In 1954 Jamalpur occasion, there were about 15 Sarkar’s disciples, when he made one of them to remote view several places including a planet of Ashvini Star, Mars, Moon, Stalin – and Subhas. Incredible things were told, including that Subhas had ended up to the Himalayas, Lhasa and to nearby cave of a monastery in Ling Popo (Lim Popo?).

In 1963 Sarkar requested his disciple Dasarath to enter the cave in the mountainside of Himalayas. Dasarath described: ‘I can see the figure of a yogi sitting on an animal skin, performing meditation. His upper body is naked, he has long hair.’ Sarkar: “Look closer and see if you can recognize him.” Dasarath: “He looks like Subhas Chandra Bose.”

Then Sarkar asked Dasharath to take his mind to Delhi, and see PM Nehru. Dasharath said that Nehru was sitting and there was liquor bottle on the table. Sarkar said that Nehru was a Sadhu in his past life, but because of his desire for power, he became the PM of India in this life. And now his situation was so pathetic, that he had to drown his worries in alcohol – but Subhas was close to reaching the highest goal of life.

Netaji’s disappearance was a mystery to people of India, and his coming to visit the mystery Sarkar, was no less a mystery. One day in the early 1970s when Sarkar went for field walk in car, he didn’t allow the usual security vehicle to follow his car. Sarkar asked at some point to stop the car.

They saw a person with long beard and long hair waiting in distance. He greeted Sarkar and while they were walking Sarkar spoke with him for nearly half an hour, until Sarkar blessed him and returned to the car. Later Sarkar revealed that he was Netaji. Sarkar said that Netaji had developed many Siddhis (occult powers) and could travel anywhere in spiritual body.  

Some time in 1971 Sarkar sat on a platform in Ranchi and for long time did not say anything. Seeing his seriousness, no one dared to disturb him. Suddenly he uttered, “Bravo, Subhas, bravo”. Only three days later Sarkar told, ‘That day Subhas attained nirvikalpa samadhi. See, he could have reached the topmost post in the country, i.e., become the Prime Minister, but he gave it all up in order to reach the highest spiritual goal. What Subhas has done will inspire every human being in the future’.

After Netaji’s disappearance many sadhus started claiming to be Subhas. Around 1981 the controversy of Gumnami Baba being Subhas – was going on. Few workers were sitting outside Sarkar’s room, when he suddenly opened the door and said, “Subhas is not alive anymore.”

Sarkar: The cry, “Peace! Peace!” has become a craze in the world today. Can anything be achieved by such cries? There is no way to establish peace except to fight against the very factors which disturb peace’. This quote was from Sarkar’s book Problems_of_the_Day, dedicated to the “great hero Subhas Chandra Bose”… And still Sarkar’s quote; In the world of humans hungry for power and recognition, name and fame, Netaji will ever remain as a beacon-light inspiring everyone with the spirit of renunciation’.

Sources; Sarkar’s and his disciples books, speeches and writings. Here “ ” means exact quote and ‘ ’ means that I have short cut repetition or unnecessary text – but the meaning is same.

Death Conspiracy of Netaji speculations

    

Netaji speaks to his followers in 1945; ‘I am more aggrieved than you by the fact that your sufferings and sacrifices have not yielded immediate results… The future will bless you and speak with pride of your sacrifices at the altar of Indian independence and of your solid achievements. At this unprecedented juncture in our history I have a word for you:

Do not be disheartened by our temporary defeat; be cheerful and optimistic. Above all, never lose your faith in the destiny of India. There is no power on earth which can keep India in bondage. India will be free and, that too, soon. JAl-HIND! Remember that the greatest crime is to compromise with injustice and wrong… A true soldier needs both military and spiritual training’’. ……………………….

Gandhi’s tribute to Subhas; “The greatest and the lasting act of Netaji was that he abolished all distinctions of caste and class. He was Indian first and last. What is more, he fired all under him with the same zeal so that they forgot in his presence all distinctions and acted as one man.

Rabindranath Tagore about Netaji; “I am sick. But in this time of trial I could not remain silent. I saw you in your earlier days as a rising Sun. Today the Sun is the middle of the sky radiating brilliantly…..I welcome you as the leader of the Nation”.

Netaji – The Forgotten Hero

      

Psychic about Netajii; http://psychicfocus.blogspot.ca/2014_11_01_archive.html; He was a great man of high integrity. He truly wanted the best for his country, but he was hated by other countries (fear and jealousy), because Netaji could lead an army, and people would follow him. He was injured which made it very difficult for him to continue. He did live to an older age, and passed away peacefully somewhere on a mountain and was protected by monks – or some religious group.

Netaji’s Driver Nizamuddin; ‘I had dropped him by the car on the banks of Sitangpur river near the boarder of Burma and Thailand about three-four months after the incident of plane crash’ http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/varanasi/Netaji-Subhash-Chandra-Boses-driver-claims-he-cant-have-died-in-plane-crash/articleshow/9564259.cms

Subhas was in Russia after August 1945. Russian diplomats in different countries were speaking about Subhas’s presence in their country. Beginning of 1960s, rumours, whispers and claims became rife in India that Netaji was alive in India as a holy man. In my book I have reproduced over 200 images from rare documents. Of these some 90 are from still secret Government of India records. http://zeenews.india.com/exclusive/netaji-was-not-dead-but-in-russia-and-the-govt-knew-it_3601.htm.

Governor, Lord Atlee, who withdrew the British rule from India in 1947, was asked about the hasty British departure from India. He replied that the principal reason was the erosion of loyalty to the British among the Indian army, as a result of the military activities of Netaji. Reason for sudden withdrawal of British troops from India.

Sai Baba about Subhas: None of you asked me to speak. But it is my love for Subhas, that made me speak today. Such glorious people must be born again in Bharat (India). Never forget him... Without the patriotic spirit one is more dead than alive! No one acts. Everyone delivers speeches. I feel a stabbing pain that there is not a single Subhas today’.

He truly understood the plight of India. Other prominent leaders at that time were actually jealous of him and they did everything to keep him away. People keep saying that he died in an accident. He never met with any accident. He was the greatest.’ http://media.radiosai.org/journals/Vol_06/01JAN08/04-bose.htm

Netaji Research; http://www.netaji.org/

Recent video Declassification Of Netaji’s Files; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlKdWl3O3x8

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Documentary; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQXNNdeL4q0

Netaji and Gumnami baba, the same? Recently UP government appoints judical panel to probe; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23GMSl3plLI

Radical Democratic Party’; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radical_Democratic_Party_%28India%29. Roy was disillusioned by the communism and capitalism. Radical Humanism and M.N.Roy.

Details of Netaji’s life until 1983?; http://www.scribd.com/doc/6745059/Netaji-Subhas-Chandra-Bose. Imposters of Netaji: http://netajibosemysteryrevealed.org/section-6-imposters-of-netaji/.

Subhas daughter’s interviews:
http://www.rediff.com/news/2005/may/11inter1.htm. And http://in.rediff.com/news/2005/may/12inter1.htm

Did Netaji survive ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3l3aUJHcbqY&feature=related

Didi Annapurna, if you post this article, put my name on it and link it here

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    • Didianna

      May be the reason why Indian government doesn’t want to release the files about Netaji is, because they don’t want that people know how close relationship Netaji had with Sarkar. Same as Indira Gandhi was afraid of Sarkar and Prout. As I have written earlier;

      /blogging-citizen-journalism/2016/02/who-is-afraid-of-prout-2530464.html

      There might be other reasons too. They want to upkeep the good image of Gandhi? Who knows?

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    • Didianna

      Really interesting video; Mahatma Gandhi influenced to cease the political life of Subhas. They had controversial relation, which took a vital part in the struggle of independence of India. It also contains some facts of that period that are carefully hidden from all history books of India.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCO83ULf4WQ.

    • Findottier

      Inspiring, I hope the truth comes out soon!

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