With whom did Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose get married, why the mystery of death remained intact

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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

Highlights

  • Netaji traveled around the world for the independence of the country
  • In Germany, he married a woman of Austrian origin, Emilie Schenkel, in 1942 in Bad Gastein by the Hindu system.
  • Netaji’s death remains a puzzle even today.

Netaji traveled around the world for the independence of the country and he worked tirelessly to get the support of the countries which were opposed to Britain. Meanwhile, in Germany, he met Emilie Schenkel, a woman of Austrian origin, and both of them married in the Hindu system in 1942 in Bad Gastein. They have a daughter, Anita Bose. Anita is 80 years old and she is an Austrian economist.

puzzle of death

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose died mysteriously in a plane crash on 18 August 1945. Netaji’s death remains a puzzle even today. He is told alive in all the tales. Netaji had flown to Japan from Japanese-ruled Formosa, now known as Taiwan. But his plane crashed in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. He was going to Tokyo. The plane caught fire due to a sudden technical fault and it crashed while burning. It is said that Netaji was badly burnt in this accident and he died in a nearby hospital in Japan. It is also believed that the person who was badly injured in the plane crash and died in the hospital was actually Subhash Chandra Bose or not. It was also speculated that he might have survived the accident. The government constituted all the inquiry committees to investigate the matter, but till date no concrete evidence has been found for his death.
However, there are many controversies and mysteries regarding his death. Many of his supporters said that his death was not caused by the plane crash.

From where did Netaji get revolutionary ideas
Netaji believed that the Bhagavad Gita was a great source of inspiration for him. Whenever he was sad or alone, he used to recite the Bhagavad Gita. He was also greatly influenced by the personality and words of Swami Vivekananda. He also believed in Vivekananda’s teachings of universal brotherhood, his nationalistic ideas and emphasis on social service.

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