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  • Bengal and Japan~II

    Bengal and Japan~II

    Rash Behari Bose is mostly known as a revolutionary in India, but he is remembered in Japan for another thing, which only a few know. During his stay in Japan, he introduced an authentic Indian curry that is a key dish on the menu at Tokyo‘s popular restaurants even today.

    July 10, 2021
  • Unsung Warrior~II

    Unsung Warrior~II

    It beats one's imagination to surmise the degree of excruciating agony that this lonely hero had to endure, the frustration he fought against and what debilitating depression he had to contend with throughout his life in exile in singular and sickening isolation. His wistful yearning for a free India remained unfulfilled.

    June 14, 2019
  • Unsung Warrior~I

    Unsung Warrior~I

    During investigation, the British police stumbled upon a sensational fact. PN Tagore, they came to know, was the false name used by none other than Rash Behari Bose, the dangerous and dreaded revolutionary. The Japanese government, on a request from the British under the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, served a deportation order to Bose. His well-wishers arranged for his shelter in Nakamuraya in Shinjuku, a famous shop and bakery, in defiance of deportation orders.

    June 13, 2019
  • Bagha Jatin: The Unsung Hero

    Bagha Jatin: The Unsung Hero

    It is unfortunate that the supreme sacrifice made by Bagha Jatin and his associates is little known outside Bengal and Odisha, although there is no dearth of well-documented historical records. Long before Independence in 1947, there was an attempt under the leadership of Bagha Jatin and Narendranath Bhattacharya better known as MN Roy et al in 1915 — during World War-I — to attain Independence through armed insurrection in cooperation with Germany

    September 5, 2018