Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti celebrated with Pomp and Show at Hazaribagh, Jharkhand

The way netaji jayanti was celebrated in Jharkhand was really nice. Read it to know more the way it was celebrated in places like Barhi, Hazaribag, Ranchi, etc.

I think all of you know who is Netaji Shubhash Chandra Bose. He was the person who played a great role in the Independence Struggle of India. Though he could not be successful in his course, but he made it easier for the others to give it a go to fight the culprit Britishers who had been ruling on the motherland for centuries, exploiting our resources and harassing our people and even diving the motherland into two, with Pakistan as a new land.

It was January 23rd when this great leader asking the Indians for blood at the cost of Independence was born. It was his day yesterday. So first of all I would like to bid him a sympathetic salute. Hats Off to you, Sir. Well he is something that most of us know, if we don't know him, then knowing others would be a shame, nothing more. His birthday is always celebrated with great pomp and show and especially in the cities, towns, villages and even colonies of Jharkhand.

In the town of Barhi and Hazaribag, the march of the students and even small children was noticeable. And I especially admired it. In hBarhi, many schools participated in a march which had what we call processions, as well as a spirit to fight the wrong will. Moreover, the pickup in places like Ranchi and Jamshedpur could also be noticed easily and we could admire the enthusiasm of the children easily. In Hazaribag, many schools, near to about 50 participated in a grand march which was to be ended at the Keshav Hall. The march was really a milestone kind of thing once again and the people, especially the ones like teachers, were very happy with the successful end up of the occasion.

At last I would like to say that though the marches and the processions have been over, but the respect which Netaji carries in our hearts, cannot be over. He will thrive in our hearts forever. At last, Happy Birthday Netaji.


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