Next Arthur J Pais In 1941, at the height of the Second World War, Subhas Chandra Bose went to Germany to seek Adolf Hitler’s help in organising an Indian army to fight their common enemy, England . In the third part of his four-part interview to Arthur Pais, biographer Sugata Bose talks about Netaji’s time in Europe . Part I: Grand nephew turns Netaji’s biographer Part II: ‘Netaji had a romantic, deeply emotional side to him’ L et us talk about Netaji in Europe , and his outlook towards people of different religious and ethnic backgrounds. In the 1940s, Subhas Chandra Bose gave up his earlier inhibitions about meat and other food restrictions and so on, but remained essentially the same man in terms of his values. His biggest achievement in public life was to bring about the unity all of the religious communities of India: Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians. Mahatma Gandhi also brought about unity among Hindus and Muslims; but Subhas actually believed in the possibility of what he described as cultural intimacy among the different religious communities of India. That is why he was very keen that the members of different religious communities should learn more about the religious… Read full this story
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