INDEX-2

Author | December 25, 2011

PLACES
24 Pargana
52 B.B. Chaterjee Road, Baliganj, Kolkata
Achalpur
Agakhan Palace
Agastimuni
Agra
Ahamadabad
Akola
Akot
Alipore
Alipurduar
Allahabad
Almora
Amarkantak
Amarnath
Amravati
Amritsar
Amroh
Anand Bhavan
Andaman or Shahid island
Andhra
Anga
Anuppur
Asegaon
Assam
Assan
Athens
Atlanta
Aurangabad
Ausburg (Olsberg in atlas)
Ayodhya
Azamgadh
Babri Masjid
Babylon
Badgastein
Badminton
Badrinath
Bagdogra
Baidyanath temple
Baliganj, Kolkata
Banaras
Banga
Bangalore (Bengalooru)
Bangkok
Bangladesh former East Pakistan
Barabanki
Baranagar
Barauni
Bareilly (Barely)
Baroda
Bedford
Behali
Behrampur
Bela
Belfast
Belgaum
Belgrade
Belur Math
Bengal
Berar
Berlin
Bermuda, (U.K.) Triangle.
Bhagalpur
Bhajanashram, Rishikesh
Bharmira Ghat
Bhedaghat
Bhilhiri
Bhim tal
Bhojakat
Bhokarbardi
Bholpur
Bhopal
Bhumi
Bhunnatola
Bhusawal
Bhutan
Bhuwaneshwar
Bihar
Biharpur
Bilaspur
Bimaguri
Bina
Birsumpur
Biyapur
Bombay
Botanical Garden
Brhmakapal
British Empire
Bucharest
Budhapara
Budloda Ashram
Bulandshahar
Burhanpur
Burma now Myanmar
Cairo
Calcutta
California
Cambridge
Canton
Cathay Cinema, Singapore
Central India
Central Provinces CP
Chakrata
Chalisgaon
Chamoli
Champawat
Chanda now Chandrapur
Chandani Chauk, Delhi old
Chander Nagar
Chandigarh
Chandrapuri
Chandur Railway
Changchun
Chattisgarh
Chaurangi, Kolkata
Chembur, Mumbai
Chicago
Chikhaldara
China
Chittagaon
Chittod
Chotiwala hotel
Chung King
Chunni
Church Gate, Mumbai
Colon, Germany
Company Garden
Shahajanpur
Conning Hostel, [...]

INDEX-1

Author | December 24, 2011

INDEX
INDEX OF PERSONS
A
Abdul Rahim
Abhyankar Barrister
Abhyankar, neighbour
Abraham of Bible, father of Ismail
Abid Hasan Safrani
Acharsingh
Acharya Major
Acton Lord
Adlok Vikas
Advani Lal Krishna
Aesop
Afghans
Agarwala orthopedic surgeon of Hinduja hospital, Mumbai
Aghor
Agnivesh swami
Agrawal Ramesh of Urai
Agrawal Rammu Seth
Agrawal Srinath
Akhandananda
Ahilya Devi
Ahluwalia Kishan Chandra                                                                                                                                                     Kunwar Mahmood
Ahluwalia Mamaji
Ahluwalia Mrs
Ahmed Fakruddin , President of India
Ahuja Nanak
Aiyyangar
Aiyyangar Anantswami
Aiyyangar orphan
Ajitsingh
Akbar Emperor
Akabar Shah
Akhatin King
Akolkar Prof Dr
Alamsingh
Alexander General
Alexander the great
Alexander Dumas
Alexander [...]

Pictures of sample Documents from Shaulamari Ashram – ANNEXURE – III

Author | December 23, 2011

ANNEXURE – III
Pictures of sample Documents from Shaulamari Ashram

Persons Perished Related to Ashram

Author | December 22, 2011

ANNEXURE – II

Persons Perished Related to Ashram
Mazumdar Niharendu Dutt, Advocate, Kolkata
Mazumdar Mrs Sarama, wife of Niharendu Dutt
Das Dr. Ramani Ranjan, Secretary Shaulmari Ashram
Das Mrs mother of Gita, Shaulmari Ashram
Gita, Eldest Daughter of Ramani Ranjan Das, Shaulmari
Radhakant Pandey, the man who served Netaji from 1949,
Krishnakant Pandey of Kaithi
Chandrashekhar Dandge of Amravati
Saxena Ramesh. Lecturer, Etawah
Bose Shibnath, [...]

Paramount events in the life of Subhash Chandra Bose

Author | December 21, 2011

ANNEXURE – I

Paramount events in the life of Subhash Chandra Bose

January 1897 to January 1977.

1897 Born on Saturday the 23rd January at Cuttack in a Bengali family of lawyer Sri Jankinath Bose.

1902-08 Primary education in a missionary school meant for Europeans and Anglo-Indians. P.E. School.

1909 Joined Revenshaw Collegiate School, [...]

GLOSSARY

Author | December 20, 2011

GLOSSARY
Note. Words Sri, Shri, Shree, Shrimat, Shriman, Shrimati denote reverence to person.
Suffix ‘ji’, ‘rao’ ‘babu’ or ‘sahib’ is also used to show reverence to person.
Word Dada, Bhau, Bhaiyya, Tai, Bai, Didi are used for elders.
Suffix ‘wala’ denotes belonging to.
For meaning of italic Indian words underlined below see standard dictionary.
Abhishek – a ritual to [...]

Abbreviations Used

Author | December 19, 2011

ABBREVIATIONS
A                             Atom
A/C                         Acknowledgement Due
AD                          Anno Domini
AD                          Acknowledgement Due
Adv                         Advertisement
AFP                        Associate Free Press
AIA                         Some degree of Sydney
AICC                      All India Congress Committee
Aids                        Acquired immune deficiency syndrome
AIFB                       All India Forward Block
AIR                         All India Radio
AITUC                    All Indian Trade Union Congress
AM                         After Meridian
An                           Answer
APO                        Army Post Office
B.A (Hon)               Bachelor of Arts with Honors
B.Sc.                       Bachelor of Science
Bar                          Barrister
BBC                        [...]

REREFERNCES

Author | December 19, 2011

REFERENCES

The references below are mentioned in international system. However, to make it easy to refer a book new innovation is added by giving alphabetical code to a book and it is inserted in script with page number.

S.No.       Code       Reference

1              A Ayer S.A. (1951) ‘Unto Him A Witness.’ Thacker & Co. [...]

Dissection of Justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry (JMCI)

Author | December 18, 2011

Dissection of JMCI

(I have left post mortem report of Shanawaz Committee &

Autopsy report of Khosla commission to scholars)

JMCI and me
I HAVE ALREADY MENTIONED ABOUT justice Mukherjee Commission of Inquiry for inquiry into the alleged disappearance of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. It was a one-man commission headed by justice Manoj Kumar Mukherjee, former [...]

Netaji/Shri Baba – Snippets & Tit-Bits

Author | December 17, 2011

Snippets and Tit Bits

Following are snippets from His Holiness Shri Saradanandaji, the founder of Shaulmari Ashram. But for Netaji who could say this?
1.         “ I was sitting under a tree reading newspaper in Tihiri (Garhwal). I was shocked to read sad demise of Sarat Chandra Bose. Suresh. My whole world collapsed.”

2.              “ Oh! Power [...]

Subhash Chandra Bose – Epilogue

Author | December 17, 2011

Epilogue
The mystery of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s death remained unresolved till today.  Lord Wavell and Lord Mountbatten discarded Netaji’s death in 1945. The Governments of India, Japan, Russia, England, United States of America, Germany, China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore failed to give any conclusive clue to Netaji’s death. The Shah [...]

Subhash & Baba – Death.. the Naked Dance of Death

Author | December 16, 2011

Death, Death and Death, the Naked Dance of Death
In his lifetime Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose escaped death by whisker not once but several times. The incidents are serialized below. The references for these are already quoted in the text above. If need be they can be furnished again.
1.        On the first day of going to [...]

Subhash & Baba – Giving Gifts

Author | December 16, 2011

Giving Gifts
Netaji was really aristocratic in behavior. He knew giving and giving alone.
1.        On 18th Jan. marriage of C.R. Das’s granddaughter Minu was fixed.  He escaped on 16th Jan. at night and Minu received his personal letter in his own hand and present. So particular was he even amidst the dangerous task he was busy [...]

Detested Politics – Common Kitchen

Author | December 16, 2011

Common Kitchen
At I.N.A. kitchen food was separately prepared for Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians. Netaji stopped that and brought unity by opening a common kitchen and he would sit with soldiers for dinning. (R- 630) Similar common kitchen was established in the Shaulmari Ashram for all families of Ashramites. However, the experiment failed miserably. Members [...]

Subhash & Baba – Detested Politics

Author | December 16, 2011

Detested Politics
1.        He hated polluted politics, race for power and name. He felt sorry that politicians lacked selflessness and sacrifice. He lamented loss of Anil Baran Roy from politics, a genuine worker for the nation. (S122-23) Anil Baran Roy settled in Pondicherry Ashram. Baba once posed a question, “ What is the difference between pre-independence [...]

Subhash & Baba – Third Person Attitude

Author | December 15, 2011

Third Person Attitude
Note how Subhash Bose began from ‘ I ‘ format and ended in third person in his letter to Hemant Sarkar. (G-632)
It was typical of Baba that he would refer Subhash Bose in third format.  Only once he admitted ‘ I ‘ format. For Baba, Subhash was at much lower stage than the [...]

Subhash & Baba – on Jews

Author | December 15, 2011

About Jews
Bose is also said to have written about the Indians as Aryans in an article for Josef Goebbels’ ANGRIFF and to have made some anti-Jewish statements. (Not found). The comments in the Jewish Chronicle of that time are quite hostile to Bose. (G-487) It is already pointed out how Subhash Bose commended FREUD [...]

Subhash & Baba – Power of Mantra

Author | December 15, 2011

Power of Mantra
“For the last four or five years, I have become a believer in    MANTRA-SHAKTI by which I mean that certain Mantras have an inherent Shakti. Prior to that I had the ordinary rationalistic view namely that the Mantras are like symbols and they aid to concentration. But MY STUDY OF TANTRA philosophy gradually [...]

Subhash & Baba – Naughtiness

Author | December 15, 2011

Naughtiness
“You have showed me up as a mischievous person. Am I capable of any naughtiness?  (N-155) See diary. Baba said sometimes he could become  naughtier than the naughtiest, and related a poem composed by him as a reply sent.  …. ” Well Mr. Bravado…. a crank you are and a crook you are ” After [...]

Subhash & Baba – Alexander Pope

Author | December 15, 2011

Alexander Pope  (Most important)
” ………..  The misty veil hanging about hills is but the dreamy veil of fair poetry. WAS IT POPE OR SOMEBODY ELSE, who said -
“Thus let me live unseen, unknown. …
Thus unlamented let me die, steal from
The world and not a stone tell where I lie.”
See (N -153) – His Letter [...]