प्राचीन काल से भारतवर्ष में सैंकड़ों वीर पले हैं, जो नीतिमान् और सुशील भी थे। बारंबार, ऐसे लोगों ने भारत के लिये अथाह युद्ध किया जब बाहर से आक्रमण का सामना हुआ। इस देश का लंबा इतिहास ऐसे शूर आत्माओं से खचाखच भरा है।
पिछली बार जब भारत को अतिक्रमण झेलना पड़ा और जीवन-मरण के संकट में डाल दिया गया, तो वह ब्रिटिश औपनिवेशिक शासन के अधीन था। भयानक मात्रा में जब देशियों ने मातृभूमि के लिये अपना लहू बहाया, तब जा के भारत को स्वातंत्र्य का अंश प्राप्त हुआ, भले हि नाम मात्र क्यों न हो।
उन अगण्य शूरों में से एक जो असाधारण रूप से शोभित है, वह है रास बिहारी बोस।
Since ancient times, India has had many brave people with high moral values. Time and again, these people fought tirelessly for India when it faced invasion from outside. India’s long history is abundant with such courageous souls.
The last time that India suffered aggression and was placed in a life or death crisis, it was suffering under British colonial rule. After a tremendous number of brave Indians shed their own blood for the sake of their motherland, India finally achieved some semblance of independence, even if in name only.
Among those countless heroes, the one who shines most exceptionally is Rash Behari Bose.
Every post on this website is written in accordance with the words that Rash Behari Bose left behind for us, so that all of humankind can live in peace, and not succumb to any nature of brutality or domination.
It is written first in the Japanese language. Then, it is translated into English, and then into Hindi. If you see () beside the title, the translations are still in progress. If you see an English title within a bracket, the English translation is completed. If you want to read it in Hindi, you should click the ones which include a Hindi Title.
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यह रास बिहारी बोस की कहानी है। यह नितांत रोमांचक और अनमोल है, तो हम आपका स्वागत करते हैं कि आप इस जालवृत्ति का अनुसरण करें, और इन की यात्रा से जुड़ें।
This is the story of Rash Behari Bose. It is incredibly beautiful and valuable, so we welcome you to follow this site and join along on his incredible journey.
Vol 1: Introduces the broad context and background information necessary for a full understanding of this series, including a description of the plight of India and the historical ties between India and Japan. It explains the reasons for the style in which this series is written, and presents a general overview of the topics to be covered. Then it moves into the beginning of Rash Behari Bose’s self-written biography, including his description of his birth and childhood and his entry into the Indian independence movement, ending with his escape from Delhi in the chaotic moments immediately following the Delhi bombing of 1912.
Vol.2: Begins with the details of Bose’s dramatic escape from the British authorities following the Delhi bombing of 1912, and his eventual decision to flee to Japan. After his arrival, the Japanese government issued a deportation order for Bose upon request by Britain, and he was forced to go into a life of hiding, in constant pursuit by the authorities and hired spies. The book describes a series of close calls and narrow escapes, aided by numerous influential Japanese figures who supported Bose and his cause. After hiding at Nakamuraya under the care of the Sōmas for four and a half months, Bose would continue to remain in hiding for the next eight years, moving a total of seventeen times. His success at avoiding capture was made possible, perhaps most of all, by his wife, Toshiko, the daughter of the Sōma family.
Vol. 3: This volume describes how Rash Behari Bose built the foundations for establishing the INA. It ends shortly before the first conference of the Indian Independence League in Tokyo. It covers the Greater-Asian Conference, the Day of Indian Independence Declaration, the foundation of IIL, the China Incident and India’s pro-China anti-Japan stance, the Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere, sabotages by Tagore and Nehru, British manipulation to destroy the IIL and INA, the Indian independence movement in Bangkok, the relationship between Rash Behari Bose and Japanese military, how Japan tried to help Indian Independence, several stages of the formation of Indian Independence League, the statement by Tojo Hideki, the preparation of Tokyo conference, how the lives of Indians of East Asia were protected, the Hikari Kikan, and the attempt to unite the Indian Independence Movement of Japan and East Asia. (The volume 3 was set “Unpublished” on Sept 3, 2020)
Vol. 4: Starts with heart-wrenching airplane accident that happened shortly before the first conference of Indian Independence League and ends at how Britain was distressed over Rash Behari Bose’s action. If you read this chapter carefully, you would see Cripps’ Mission and Gandhi’s Quit India movement quite differently from the British descriptions. The volume includes Tokyo Conference, the memorial service at Tsukiji Honganji, Bangkok Conference, Masahide’s wish, Cripps’ mission and Quit India. Within this volume is a full translation of the stenotype of the speeches given at a farewell and well-wishing gathering held in honour of Rash Behari Bose, who was leaving Japan to Bangkok, facing death. The last speaker of the gathering was Rash Behari Bose himself. Through this transcript, the readers would understand how Japanese people were feeling strongly compassionate towards Indians.
Vol. 5: The Indian Independence League was sabotaged by British and Indians themselves, and was completely destroyed on December 8, 1942, the anniversary of the declaration of Greater East Asia War. The volume 5 describes how IIL and INA was destroyed, and how Rash Behari Bose and Indians from Japan rebuilt them in Singapore. According to the demands by Indians in East Asia, Subhas Chandra Bose was invited to join and the leadership of IIL was handed over. It describes Subhas, the Greater East Asia Conference, Imphal Campaign, the death of Rash Behari Bose, and the airplane crash of Subhas Chandra Bose.
Vol. 6: Rash Behari Bose died in the midst of carpet-bombings by the US and Britain. Japan who supported Indian independence went through genocides starting from Imphal Campaign. Japan was occupied by Britain (British India) and the US for 7 years. Tokyo trials was held for two and a half years and Japan was eternally vilified. British India forced close down any trace of Japanese help to Indian freedom fighters, and rewrote the history that says that Japan invaded Asian nations, rather than Japan rescued Asians from European invaders. Rash Behari Bose’s strongest comrade A.M. Nair carried on the mission and assisted Radhabinod Pal who was one of 11 judges in the Tokyo trial. This volume starts with the final phase of Japan and contains the truth of Greater East Asia War, Tokyo trials, poems composed by the victims of Tokyo trial, poems by Justice Pal, Halamba Lal Gupta, Gen’yo-sha, A.M. Nair, Shimonaka Yasaburo, the memorial of Justice Pal, Sugiyama Tatsumaru, Elephant Diplomacy of Nehru, PM Manmohan Singh, PM Abe, and bombing incidents of the Air India 182 and Narita airport. The volume 6 ends with translations of passages written by Rash Behari Bose himself.