Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on Lord Chaitanya - सुभाष चन्द्र बोस


Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is unquestionably a shining star in the midst of the stars, with all due respect to previous national leaders. In light of India's actual history, it is regrettable and pointless to try to hide his immense successes and unrivaled contribution to shaping India's independence in order to protect the importance of other leaders. However, since the focus of this article is highlighting the other side of his personality, which is probably unknown to the majority of his fans and followers, we will not get into it here.

The following lines, which Netaji Sri Subhas Chandra Bose wrote to his mother, will surely surprise you if you ever thought that Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was just a great freedom fighter, a die-hard lover of his motherland, and had nothing to do with religion or spirituality. Simply put, I discovered the answer to the question of what made Netaji the person he was in Part 1 of the book "An Indian Pilgrim – An Unfinished Autobiography-Subhas Chandra Bose," which was published by Netaji Research Bureau and edited by Sisir Kumar Bose and Sugata Bose.

If you read it yourself, you'll see that it was his devotion to God and deep faith in the Vedas. The erroneous notion that he was either an atheist or a communist is shattered by his own writings. He was a devotee and a firm believer. In fact, having less faith in God and His words cannot be possible for someone with such great character. His attitude was one of submission to the Supreme Lord as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose labored and died for his motherland.

“Nevertheless, we have hope—God is merciful, He is always merciful. Even in the midst of the darkest sin, we can recognise His mercy. His compassion is immeasurable. When Vaishnava religion was facing extinction, the greatest of the Vaishnavas, Adwaitacharya, mortified by the humiliation of his religion, prayed thus : ‘0 Lord, save us, religion is in peril in this sinful age; please come and save us.’ Thereupon Lord Narayana appeared on this earth in the form of Shri Chaitanya. Such experience—that of emergence from time to time of the light of truth, knowledge, love and piety in the midst of darkness and sin gives us hope that we are not beyond redemption yet; else why should He return to this earth in human form again and again.”

According to Netaji Sri Subhas Chandra Bose, "I have never heard anything like this before." I had never heard anyone give me such insightful explanations of the Gita's teachings before meeting you. However, I worry that I have made too much progress in my quest for freedom to look back. After saying this and receiving the blessings in the form of a magnificent message from that pure devotee of Lord Krishna, Netaji became quiet and left the location, as if he were internally appreciating what he had just heard but had no choice but to look back. He had received the blessings in the form of the Bhagavad Gita. His human life had become successful after hearing the spiritual wisdom's transcendental words.

He received the mercy of Lord Krishna that he had always yearned for, this time directly from Lord's confidential representative who had descended on earth to reclaim conditioned souls, despite his commitment to his motherland and determination to free it from invaders. Netaji's responses demonstrated his dedication to liberating Bharat from the mlechha invaders. This is a characteristic of a ksatriya who is aware of his dharma as a warrior and protector while simultaneously carrying out his duties with complete faith in Lord Hari.

We can see from Netaji's writings that he was a devoted person who had unshakeable faith in God and His unwavering will. He had a strong desire to live a spiritual life, and despite the fact that his duty to his country and his fellow citizens may have prevented him from leading the life of his heart's desire, he nevertheless became the recipient of Lord Krishna's blessings. This is Netaji Sri Subhas Chandra Bose's glorious life. A leader who lacks personal integrity never succeeds. Netaji Subhas' life demonstrates that he was not only a great leader but also a great person with a lot of piety to his credit. He was a firm believer. Salutations to him, his devotion to Bharat Mata, and his faith in God. We sincerely hope that the Supreme Lord Hari will continue to protect him.


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