Netaji: Living Dangerously By Kingshuk Nag
Netaji: Living Dangerously is biography guide by Kingshuk Nag, revealed in 2015.
Did Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose die in an air crash in Taihoku (Taipei, Taiwan) on 18 August 1945? Was he despatched off to Siberia by Joseph Stalin? Did he die there? Or did he escape? Or was he let off, finally to make his means again to India? Was he the mysterious Gumnami Baba of Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh? If that’s the case, how did he discover his means again? Why did Bose depart India when he did? Was it on account of his political strategy, which was opposed by the then excessive command of the Congress social gathering that needed a fast switch of energy from the British?
The previous comes alive as journalist and creator Kingshuk Nag seeks solutions to those and associated questions at a time when there’s a appreciable renewal of curiosity in Netaji’s destiny with previous data tumbling out, the most recent being the declassification of recordsdata by the federal government.
Netaji: Living Dangerously is a riveting account of the lifetime of one among India’s most charismatic leaders and an in-depth evaluation of one of many world’s finest saved secrets and techniques.