Subhash March, Exhibition mark the launch of 6-day Subhash Mahotsav

NewsBharati    24-Jan-2022 17:11:33 PM
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Varanasi, Jan 24: On the occasion of the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose the Vishal Bharat Sansthan of Lamahi Varanasi started the 6-day Subhash Mahotsav with the inauguration of Exhibition on the life of Netaji Bose and the Subhash March. The March formally began from Subhash Bhawan, Lamahi.
Leading the Subhash March senior RSS functionary Dr. Indresh Kumar said that though the Congress tried to destroy the history of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and erase his contribution to India’s freedom struggle still remained deeply ingrained in the minds of the people. Most view his status as no less than a god. The majority of people believe even today that it was Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose who was instrumental in liberating this country.
Following the Covid-19 rules, Subhash March passed to the memorial site of the novel Samrat Munshi Premchand, just a few steps from Subhash Bhavan, where Indresh Kumar garlanded the statue of Premchand and returned to Subhash Mandir and garlanded Netaji Subhash and traditional Diya was lit to mark the launching of the Subhash Mahotsav.
On this occasion, Indresh Kumar said that the history of independence has been written with sacrifices. Reuniting India has been the biggest challenge today. We will complete this incomplete work of Netaji. We all can pray to God that even if the birth is divided between India, death should be in united (Akhand Bharat) India. Protecting and serving the motherland is the way to reach heaven. The last farewell of those who die for the country is also with the salute of tricolor and cannon.
He said that Bapu accepted the defeat at the hands of Subhash Chandra Bose and Bose resigned from Congress while honoring Bapu. Azad Hind Government hoisted the flag of independence on 30th December 1943 by Subhash Chandra Bose. That is why Subhash Chandra Bose is still remembered and respected by all the people of the country and the world.
National President of Vishal Bharat Sansthan Dr. Rajiv Shriguruji said that the fight for freedom was fought around the world, history of all countries are men, but the respect that Subhash Chandra Bose received is rarely lucky by any legend. Even after a long conspiracy to end the history of the superstar of freedom Subhash, Subhash is being worshipped as the national god.
Archana Bharatvanshi, General Secretary of the Institute said that poetry recitation, painting competition, patriotic concert, thought seminar, etc. have been organized in the 6-day Subhash Mahotsav. Netaji's 125th birth anniversary on 23rd January, 125 lamps will be lit in the world's first Subhash temple, 23 kg garlands will be hoisted and on that day people of 125 castes will be honored for respecting the work of their ancestors.
March was organized by Najma Parveen, Najneen Ansari, Dr. Mridula Jaiswal, Dr. Niranjan Shrivastav, Dilip Singh, Dr. Bholashankar, Md. Azharuddin, Faheem Ahmed, Dhananjay Yadav, Khushi Raman Bharatvanshi, Ili Bharatvansi, Ujala Bharatvansh, Dakshita Bharatvanshipanshi, Dakashita Bharatwanshi, D.N. Singh, Suraj Chaudhary, Gyan P Participated.
On this occasion, a painting competition was organized by the Vishal Bharat Sansthan. The participants depicted the life and contribution of Netaji and his INA through their sketches and paintings. New Delhi artist Bhaskar Singh portrayed Netaji Subhash as a dreamer.
More than two dozen artists participated in the painting exhibition. Netaji has so much influence on the minds of the artists that they were shown alone in the struggle of freedom. Subhash slapped him after being disturbed by the insulting word said by an English teacher about Indians in his school life. Ankita Jaiswal portrayed this incident well.
The exhibition held at Subhash Bhavan was inaugurated by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's top leader Indresh Kumar.