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  INTRODUCTION Being a part of the school project, I think, I’ll never get any superior golden opportunity to interview with a great personality like Netaji, which I have always wanted to since I came across his endeavours in our history book. No other options seemed to be more enthralling than getting to converse with the hero. It was the most joyous moment of my life when I received a positive reply from him to my request of interviewing him face to face. THE CONVERSATION .!ood vening #ir, I am Ishita, a girl of $lass %II from &owrah.'.!ood vening comrade.(.)irstly, I would like to thank you for giving me the opportunity to interact with you face to face.*.+es I have been informed about your visit and I particularly wanted this meet to happen because I personally think that only one man out of the blue cannot change thewhole of India. very house needs to be implanted with the thoughts of Netaji and that can only be possible through the motivation of the youth..-hat sounds great #ir. +ou are a great leader and an Indian nationalist whose defiant  patriotism made you a hero in India. hat made you to choose such a fiercely way of struggle to rejuvenate India’s vision for Independence/0.I believed that the Bhagavad !ita was a great source of inspiration for the struggle against the British. I was strongly influenced by #wami 1ivekananda2s teachings and undergrown patriotic 3eal as a student. I also adored 1ivekananda as my spiritual !uru. 4fter reading so many incidents about the e5ploitation of the fellow Indians by the British, I decided to take revenge. hile $hittaranjan 6as was busy in developing the national strategy, I played the role of enlightening the students, youths and labors of $alcutta. I was eagerly waiting to see India, as an independent, federal and republicnation.7.&ow did you take revenge/8.In 90, I beat and thrashed one of my British teachers ) :tten. -he professor madea racist remark against the Indian students. 4s a result, I was e5pelled from the ;residency $ollege and banished from $alcutta <niversity. -he incident brought me in the list of rebel=Indians. In 6ecember 9', I was arrested and imprisoned for organi3ing a boycott of the celebrations to mark the ;rince of ales2s visit to India.9.+ou completed your matriculation from ;residency $ollege, >olkata and graduation in ;hilosophy from #cottish $hurch $ollege, <niversity of $alcutta. ?ater you went to ngland and passed the Indian $ivil #ervice 5amination with *th position. ven though being quite considerable in academics, why did u choose to become a freedomfighter/@.I was very disappointed with the miserable conditions of the other countrymen  because of the bad and cruel behaviour by the Britishers. I decided to join the nationalist movement instead civil service to help people of India through freedom of India. I was influenced a lot with patriot 6eshbandhu $hittaranjan 6as and later elected as Aayor of >olkata and then ;resident of Indian National $ongress..#ir, you formed the great Indian National 4rmy. $an you please give us a brief highlight on your strategy/  '.6uring the #econd orld ar in #eptember, 9(9, I decided to initiate a mass movement. I started uniting people from all over the country. -here was a tremendousresponse to my call and the British promptly imprisoned me. In jail, I refused to accept food for around two weeks. hen my health condition deteriorated, fearing violent reactions across the country, the authority put me under house=arrest.(.hat happened after that/*.6uring my house=arrest, in anuary, 9*, I made a planned escape. I first went to !omoh in Bihar and from there I went on to ;eshawar Cnow, ;akistanD. I finally reached !ermany and met &itler. I had been living together with his wife milie #chenkl in Berlin. In 9*(, I left for south=east 4sia and raised the army. -he group was later named by me, as the Indian National 4rmy CIN4D..hat made you to choose the path of non=violence unlike Aahatma !andhi/0.I left the Indian National $ongress because of the opinion difference with Aahatma !andhi in 9(9. 4fter leaving the congress party, I found my own )orward Bloc  party. I believed that non=violence movement is not enough to get freedom from the British rule so I chose violence movement to bring freedom in the country.7.&ow did you kindle the fire of inspiration inside them/8.I went away from India to !ermany and then apan where I made my own Indian  National 4rmy, also known as 43ad &ind )auj. I had included Indian prisoners of war and Indian residents of those countries in my 43ad hind )auj to fight bravely against the British rule. I gave slogan to my army named 6elhi $halo and ai &ind. I had inspired my army men through the great words of E!ive me blood and I will give you freedomF to make my motherland free from the rule of Britishers.9.hat was your motive behind your visit to ngland/'@.6uring my sojourn to ngland, I met with the leaders of British ?abor ;arty and  political thinkers including $lement 4ttlee, 4rthur !reenwood, &arold ?aski, !.6.&. $ole, and #ir #tafford $ripps. I also discussed with them about the future of India.'.4midst all insurgency you were also a loving husband and a caring father. $an you  please reflect us a little on your personal background/''.I was born to ;rabhavati 6evi and anakinath Bose, an advocate, on anuary '(, 897,in the Bengal ;rovince of :rissa2s $uttack. 4s the ninth child among * siblings, I was fondly called Ganga in my family.'(.4nd what about your married life/'*.I married an 4ustrian veterinarian, milie #chenkl in the year 9(7 and was blessed with a daughter named 4nita Bose ;faff in the year 9*'. :ur daughter2s name is 4NI-4=BGI!I-- . #he should actually bear the name of 4AI-4, but the !erman authorities would have certainly objected to such an unusual name so we chose the name 4nita which is almost sounding like 4mita. Brigitte was chosen by me because its short form in !erman is !ita. Ay family had no idea that I had married and had a child till my brother #arat $handra Bose received a letter from my beloved, milie #chenkl.'.6on’t you miss your family/'0.I too have a romantic, deeply emotional side to me. <nfortunately one cannot at  present send any photos or documents to foreign countries, so the only thing I could do, was to write to her personally about my whereabouts. 6uring my stay in India, weused to e5change telegrams.  '7.It was a pleasure to meet you #ir. Ay batch mates were highly enthused about my conversation with you. -hank you very much for enlightening me with your life e5periences. It was very heart=warming.'8.+our welcome dear. 4ll the best for your future. Be a noble and responsible citi3en. ai &ind. CONCLUSION Ay interview with Netaji will always be an overwhelming lifetime e5perience for me that cannever be forgotten. &is enthused spirit, vigorous 3eal and unfaltering proclamation is what he wants to be impinged in the young Indian minds. Never give up or lose hope in any instances of life. 6on’t be the leader of your own life and worldH be the leader that people won’t hesitate to follow, leaving a trail for the future generation to prosper. ven though the interview went for * minutes, but, it taught me a lesson about the struggles of life to sustain for * years. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I have taken efforts in this project. &owever, it would not have been possible without the kindsupport and help of many individuals and organi3ations. I would like to e5tend my sincere thanks to all of them.I am highly indebted to my nglish -eachers, Aa’am #hampa 4dhikari and Aa’am #hampa Bhattacharya for their guidance and constant supervision as well as for providing necessary support and information regarding the project.I would like to e5press my gratitude towards my parents and other family members for their kind co=operation and encouragement which helped me in completion of this project.I would like to e5press my special gratitude and thanks to our school &eadmistress, $haitali Bagchi for giving us an opportunity to work on this project.Ay thanks and appreciations also go to my friends in developing the project and people who have willingly helped me out with their abilities.
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