A new book titled “NETAJI: Subhas Chandra Bose’s Life, Politics and Struggle” penned by late scholar & former Member of Parliament (MP) Krishna Bose was unveiled on the eve of 76th Independence Day. The book was edited and translated (to English from Bengali) by Indian political scientist Sumantra Bose, son of Krishna Bose.
- The book is published by Picador India imprint of Pan Macmillan India.
- The book, an anthology, includes 18 essays written by Krishna Bose, wife of Netaj’s nephew Sisir Bose, over four decades.
- The book features the insights of Subhas Chandra Bose’s political motivations, his personal relationships, and the epic and daring military campaigns undertaken to secure India’s Independence.
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