Author: Sisir Kumar BosePublisher: National Book TrustYear: 2009Language: AssamesePages: 136ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123715667
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was one of the foremost leaders of the Indian Freedom movement. He formed the Indian National Army to fight the British in India. This Asamiya translation of his biography presents in a simple and lucid language an authentic account of the life and struggle of the great leader.
Introduction1. Family History and Early Education2. Life in College : 1913-19193. In Cambridge and Resignation from I.C.S.-19214. Apprentice in Public Service and Non-Cooperation5. Swarajist Revolt and Exile in Burma6. Calcutta Congress-19287. Civil Disobedience Movement-I8. Civil Disobedience Movement-II9. India's Ambassador Abroad : 1933-3610. Congress President-I11. Congress President-II12. The Alternative Leadership13. The Great Escape14. Azad Hind15. In East Asia : 1943-4516. Chalo DelhiEpilogue Additional Reading Bibliography Index