INDEX-2

Posted By Author on 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, Calcutta

Cooch Behar (STD code Coochbehar, Readers Digest Atlas Koch Bihar?)

Craig Moor bungalow, Chikhaldara

Crawford Market, Mumbai

Cuttack

Dairen, Manchuria

Dakshineshwar temple, Kolkata

Dalat, French Indochina, now Vietnam

Dalhousie

Dallanwalla

Dangania, suburb of Raipur

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Darbar Hall, Mumbai

Darjeeling

Dashameshwar Ghat

Debvan Ashram near Simla

Deccan

Dehani

Dehra Ismail Khan

Dehradun

Delhi

Delphi

Denver

Deogarh

Deoprayag

Deoratal

Dhaka

Dharni

Dhulia

Dhupguri

Dibrugarh

Dimapur

Dnyanawapi Mosque

Doiwalla

Dorighat

Dumdum

East Bengal

East Pakistan

Edinburgh, Scotland

Elgin Road, Kolkata

England

Entebbe, Uganda

Etawah

Europe

Faizabad

Faizpur

Falakata

Falkland island of U.K

Faltan Bazaar, Dehradun

Farakka

Fata

Fatehpur Pundri

Firozpur

Florence, Italy

Florida

Flower Valley

Formosa now Taiwan

Frankfurt

Fremont, California

Fukuoka

Fulbaug, Kanpur

Gadmukteshwar,

Gamdevi, Mumbai

Ganeshpuri

Gangtoli

Gansu

Garhwal

Gauhati now Gowahati

Gauri Kund

Gawilgad

Gaya

Gaziabad

Gazipur

Genoa or Geneva, Italy

Gharat

Ghatang

Ghuguria Bridge

Glasgow

Goa

Golden Temple

Golwal

Gorakhpur

Greece

Gujarat

Gulag, U.S.S.R. now Russia

Guptakashi

Gwalior

Habibia College

Hadapsar, Pune

Halsend

Hamburg, Germany

Hanoi

Hapur

Har ki Pauri

Haridwar

Haripura

Harisal

Harishchandra Ghat

Hariyana

Hashimara

Hasinking

Hastuyama aerodrome

Hazarat Ganj Lucknow

Heaven

Heito

Hell

Himachal House

Himachal Pradesh

Hiroshima

Ho Chi Minh City

Hodal

Hoshangabad

Howrah

Howrah Bridge

Hungary

Hyderabad

Imphal

Indore

Innsbruk

Insein jail

Inspection Bungalow

Irkutsk

Irwin Hospital, Amravati

Islampur

Istanbul

Jabalpur

Jabra Garden

Jagdalpur

Jaipur

Jairambadi

Jalgaon

Jalpaiguri

Jamdoba

Jamnotri

Japan

Jawa

Jerusalem

Johar Kund

Joshi Hall. Amravati

Joshi Math

Jullunder

Junagarh

Junnar

Jwalamukhi Temple

Kaba holy, Saudi Arabia

Kabul

Kacchar

Kaiko-Sha officers club, Fukuoka

Kaithi

Kali Banerjee lane, Kolkata

Kalinga

Kalingpong

Kalishila

Kalkaji, suburb of Delhi

Kallari

Kalyan Gram

Kamakshi (Kamakhya) Temple

Kamarkapur

Kangra Valley

Kanhergaon

Kanpur

Kapurthala

Karad

Karimganj

Karlsbad

Karnataka

Kasba

Kashi

Kashmir

Kasur

Kath Bangla. Dehradun

Kedarnath

Keil, Germany

Kerala

Kesari Chauk, Lajpatrai Market, Delhi

Khagadia

Khagara

Khajuria

Khajuria Ghat

Khamgaon

Khandwa

Khaparde Garden, Amravati

Kharagpur

Kharibaudi

Khurbada

Kirtinagar

Kishnganj

Kodalia

Kohima

Koholi

Kolhapur

Kolkata

Kolkhas

Konarak Temple

Kondali

Konkan

Kotdwara (Kotadwar) Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

Kulu

Kumarpara lane, Baliganj, Kolkata

Kunda chatti

Kurseong

Kurukshetra

Ladakh

Lahore

Lajapatrai Market, Delhi

Lal Killa, Lahore

Landsdown

Las Vegas

Laxaman Zula

Lisbon, Portugal

Liverpool

Lonawala

London

Lucknow

M.G. (Mahatma Gandhi) Road, Mumbai

Madhya Pradesh

Madras now Chennai

Madurai

Maharashtra

Mahenjodaro, Pakistan

Mahinagar

Maiktila

Mainaguri

Mainpuri

Makhla

Malabar Hill, Mumbai

Malang

Maldives islands

Malelacha

Malkapur

Mallhar

Malta

Malviya Nagar

Manali

Manchester

Manchuria

Mandalay, Myanmar

Maniktola, Kolkata

Manila, Philippines

Manipur

Mankarnika Ghat

Mars

Marseilles

Marwadi Library, Delhi old

Masta Chatti

Mathabhanga

Mati Bazaar

Matunga, Mumbai

Maulmin

Mauritius

Mawai

McMahon Line

Medical College, Nagpur

Meerut

Melghat

Modi Nagar

Mogalsarai

Mohad

Mohamadpur

Monghir

Mongolia

Moradabad

Morena

Moscow

Moti Bazaar

Mozari

Mulund

Mumbai

Muni ki Reti

Munich, Germany

Murtizapur or  Murtajapur in RD Atlas

Musooree

Muzaffarnagar

Mysore

Nagaland

Nagasaki

Nagpur

Nainital

Najibabad

Nala Chatti

Nalanda

Nanking now Nanjing

Naples

Narayan Chatti

Narkeldanga

Nasik

Nayar Hospital, Bombay

NEFA, North East Frontier Agency

Nemich

Nepal

Nesh Villa Road, Dehradun

New Castle

New Delhi

New Jalpaiguri

New York  (NY)

Nicobar islands or Swatantra islands

Nidura

Nimisharanya

Nirmoha

Nizamuddin

Noakhali

Normandy

North Bengal

Ogikubo, prefecture of Tokyo

Okhimath

Okinawa

Okland

Okland National Park

Omsk

Oregon

Oxford

Pacific beach

Paithan

Pakhandi village

Pakistan

Palace of Maharaja of Gwalior

Palace of Kashi Naresh

Palestine

Panchbati

Panipat

Paratwada

Paris

Parker’s piece

Parshan ka Purwa

Patna (Patliputra)

Pauri

Pawanar

Pendra Road

Peshawar

Pondicherry now Puducherri

Pharnaces

Pontoon Bridge

Port Arthur

Portland, Oregon

Prague (Praha) in former Czechoslovakia now Czech Republic

Prayag

Prom

Pune former Poona

Punjab

Puri also Jagganath Puri

Purnia

Pyramids

Raebareilly

Rafi Marg

Raipur, Chattisgarh

Raj Bhavan Calcutta

Raj Bhavan, Bombay

Rajasthan

Rajendra Bridge

Rambhawan

Ramchandra demigod

Ramgarh, Orissa

Ramnagar

Rampur

Ramtek

Ranchi

Rangoon now Yangon

Ranikhet

Rawalpindi

Red Fort, Delhi

Renkoji Temple, Tokyo

Rewa

Rishikesh

Rohatak

Rohtask

Rome

Rourkee

Rourkela

Royal Hotel. Dehradun

Rudraprayag

Rupar

Russia

Sabarmati

Safan

Sagar M.P.

Sahar

Saharanpur

Saigon now Hi Chi Minh city

Salzburg

San Diego, USA

San Francisco

San Jose, California

San Marcial, Spain

Sandhurst

Saramban

Sarani

Sasram

Sat Tal

Satara

Science Museum, Sans Francisco

Sealdah, Kolkata

Semadoh

Seoni

Seremban

Sevagram

Shahadara

Shahdol

Shanghai

Shegaon

Shewedegan Pagoda

Shillong

Shinkyo

Shirasban

Shirdi

Shivpuri

Shivpuri Kalan

Siberia

Sidholi

Sikkim

Silchar

Siliguri

Sindh

Singapore

Sinhagad

Sitang

Sitapur

Sonpur

South East Asia, SE Asia

South India

Srinagar

Ssfan village

Suez

Suginami district of Tokyo

Sultanpur

Sungshan aerodrome

Surat

Swargashram

Sydney

Sylhet

Taichu

Taihoku

Talinga

Taipei

Taiwan (Formosa)

Tal Chunni

Talegaon

Talpiot

Tamilnadu

Tapowan

Tarino, Italy

Tashkand (RD Atlas-Tashkent), Uzbekistan

Tehran, Iran

Ter

Terai

Thane

Thaneshwar

Thaisung boat

Tihiri

Tokyo

Tomb of Sher Shah

Toronto

Totaram Ashram

Tourane

Trijoginarayan

Trimbakeshwar or Trimbak

Tripuri

United Kingdom or UK

Udaigiri

United States of America USA

Unnao

Uttacmaund

Uttar Pradesh.  (U.P).

Uttarakhand

Uttaranchal

Uttarkashi

Valley of Kings, Egypt

Vancour Canada

Vancour, Washington

Varanasi

Vidarbha

Vienna, Austria

Vietnam

Virginia

Vishakhapatnam

Vishweshwar Temple

Vrundawan

Wai

Walgaon

Warali

Wardha

Warsaw

Washington D.C.

Washington Park

Washington State

White Hall

Woodburn Park

Worali

Writers Building, Secretariate, Kolkata

Yamuna Bridge

Yoshemite Valley, Sierra Nevada USA

Yeotmal

Yerwada

Zalawar

Zarkhand

Ziawadi, Rangoon

Zundi

Zurich

COUNTRIES

Note  spellings are from Reader’s Digest Atlas

Abyssinia now Ehthiopia and Somali

Aden, former British colony is now in Yemen. RD – Adan

Afghanistan

Africa South

Argentina

Assyria

Australia

Austria

Bangla Desh

Bermuda

Bhutan

Brazil

Britain, England, United Kingdom, UK

Bulgaria

Burma now Myanmar

Canada

Cambodia

Ceylon now Sri Lanka

Chaldia

Chile

China

Czechoslovakia now bifurcated as Czech Republic and Slovakia

East Pakistan

Egypt

Ethiopia

Falkland Islands {UK}

Finland

France

French Indochina

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Hong Kong of UK now in China

Hungary

India, Bharat, Hindustan

Indochina now Vietnam

Indonesia

Israel

Ireland

Iran

Iraq

Italy

Japan

Korea now North Korea and South Korea

Lapland

Malaya now Malaysia

Maldives

Manchuria of Japan now of Russia

Mauritius

Middle East

Mongolia

Nepal

Netherlands or Holland

Norway

Pakistan

Palestine

Persia

Philippines

Phoenicia

Poland

Portugal

Rhodesia

Romania

Russia or the Russian Federation is carved out from former (U.S.S.R) Union of Soviet Socialist Republic. Seventeen new independent countries came up further division is on.

Sikkim

Singapore

South Africa

Spain

Syria

Sweden

Switzerland

Tanzania

Tibet now China

Turkey

Taiwan former Formosa

Thailand

Tibet

Uganda

Union of Soviet Socialists Republic

United States of America

Uzbekistan

Vietnam

Yugoslavia is now balkanised in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia – Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Macedonia.

VISIT TO COUNTRIES

The author, his wife Sefali, Dr. Prabhakar Wadodkar, and Dr D.R. Shekhawat visited the following countries:

Austria

Australia

Belgium

Britain

Canada

Demark

Germany

Hongkong

Italy

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Netherlands

Nepal*

Norway

Singapore

South Korea*

Sweden

Taiwan*

United States of America

*Visit by only Mr. And Mrs Padhye

AIRPORTS USED BY THE AUTHOR

Atlanta

Bangkok

Bombay, Sahar

Bombay, Santa Cruz

Brisbane

Calcutta

Chicago

Cooch Behar

Delhi

Denver

Detroit

Chicago

Frankfurt

Hongkong

Jabalpur

Kanpur

London

Los Angeles

Nagpur

New York

Newark

Orlando

Paris

Portland

Rome

Sanfrancisco

Seoul

Singapore

Sydney

Taihoku

CONTINENTS

Australia

Asia

Africa

Europe

North and South America. Mark some authorities treat this as two separate American Continents

MOUNTAINS AND HILLS

Alaska

Alps

Arakan Yoma

Bhutan Himalaya

Cascade

Chandi

Chaukhamba

Everest

Garo hills

Gawilgarh hills

Ghat Western

Haldi Ghat

Himalayan hills

Jaintia hills

Kailas

Malabar

Melghat hills

Mikir hills

Naraj hills

Pegu

Rocky

Saint Helena volcano

Senchal hills

Satpura

Sierra Nevada

Simla hills

Swiss Alps

Vindhyas or Vindhyachal

Maltekdi hill

Himalaya

RIVERS AND WATER BODIES

Alaknanda

Ambada lake

Atlantic

Bay of Bengal

Bhagirati

Brahmaputra

Crater lake

Crater lake of Lonar

Deoratal lake

Dukduga

Gandak

Ganga, Ganges

Ghuguria

Gomati

Godavari

Gawalia tank

Hoogli

Irawati (RD-Irrawaddi)

Jaldhacca

Kalapani tank

Kapildhara waterfall

Karha

Kosi

Kwai

Mahanadi

Makhla tank

Manas Sarovar

Mandakini

Monterey Bay

Mujnai

Narmada

Padma or Padda in Bengali

Sakkar tank

Sangam, confluence of Mandakini and Saraswati

Saraswati of East Bengal i.e. Bangladesh

Saraswati unseen at Allahabad

Saraswati as tributary of Mandakini

Sharayu

Shirasbani

Sindh, Sindhu, Indus

Sitangher

Son

Sutlej

Tapi

Thames

Tista

Triveni Sangam

Wadali tank

Yamuna

GHATS

Ghat means built platform on  bank of a river for holy rituals, Ghat means mountains,

Ghat means cremation area, Ghat means ferry point on river.

List of Ghats referred in the script

Bharmira Ghat

Bhedaghat

Dashameshwar Ghat

Dhorighat

Ghats

Ghatang

Ghats of Banaras

Ghat of Haridwar named Har ki Pauri

Ghat Mountain or Western Ghat

Haldighat

Harishchandra Ghat

Hastinapur

Kali Ghat

Khajuria Ghat

Mankarnika Ghat

Melghat

Rajghat, Gandhiji’s Samadhi

PLACES OF WORSHIP

Arrah temple

Ayodhya temple

Babri mosque

Badrinath temple, Himalaya

Baidyanath temple, Deogarh

Bhairam chatti temple, Himalaya

Birla temple, Delhi

Chettiar temple, Singapore

Church of Jerusalem

Delphi temple, Greece

Devi temple, Deoprayag, Himalaya

Golden temple, Gurudwara, Amritsar

Guptakashi temple of priest Mitranand

Hanuman temple of Karachi

Jagganath temple

Jama Masjid, Delhi

Jwalamukhi temple

Kaabah or Kaba Mecca

Kali temple of Dakshineshwar

Kali temple, Rajpura road, Dehradun

Kamakhya or Kamakshi temple, Gowahati

Kashi temples

Kashi Vishweshwar temple, Banaras

Kedarnath temple, Himalaya

Khallari temple, Raipur Orissa road

Konarak temple, Bhuwaneshwar

Livining Virgin’s temple, Kathmandu

Mahadev temple, Mohamadpur

Madhmaheshwar, Himalaya

Manas Sarowar

Narbadeshwar temple, Amarkantak

Netaji Subhash Bose temple, near Tapowan, Sitapur

Okhimath temple, Himalaya

Parshuram, Assam

Ram temple, Paratwada

Ramkrishna temple, Belur Math

Rampur temples near palace of Kashi Naresh

Renkoji temple, Tokyo

Rudraprayag temple of priest Wachaspati

Scottish churches

Shankaracharya temple, Kedarnath

Shewedegan Pagoda, Bangkok

Shiva Ling of Amarnath, Kashmir

Shiva temple, Chittod, Rajastan

Synagogue

Taihoku temple, Taiwan

Trijoginarayan, Himalaya

Trimbakeshwar, Nasik

Triveni Sangam

Vatican, Rome

Note fire worship is common to Pharaohs, Jews (Synagogue), Zoroastrians (Agiary), and Agnihotri Hindus

ASHRAMS

Acharya Rajanish Ashram, Oregon, USA

Acharya Rajanish Ashram, Koregaon Park, Pune

Aurobindo Ashram, Pondicherry

Balyogi Ashram, Dehradun

Bengali Ashram , Dehradun

Bhajanashram, Rishikesh

Ramkrishna Mission Ashram, Belur Math, Kolkata

Ramkrishna Mission, Banaras

Budloda Ashram, Punjab

Debvan Ashram, Simla

Mahesh Yogi Ashram, Rishikesh

Mauni Baba Ashram, Tapowan, Sitapur, UP

Pawanar Ashram of Vinoba Bhave, Vidarbha

Sabarmati Ashram of Gandhiji

Sadakat Ashram of Dr Rajendra Prasad, Patna

Sengupta Ashram, Bengal

Sevagram Ashram of Gandhiji, Vidarbha

Shaulmari Ashram of Netaji, N Bengal

Swargashram, Rishikesh

Totaram Ashram of Gauri Shankar Avadoot, Punjab

Tukdoji Maharaj Ashram, Mozari, Vidarbha

Vasishta Ashram

Vishwamitra Ashram

PEOPLE REFERRED

Afghans

Africans

Aghori Sadhus

Americans

Aryans

Arabs

Arya Samajist

Bengalis

Brahmins

British

Britons

Buddhists

Burmese

Canadians

Catholic

Chinese

Christians

Dravidians

Dutch

English

French

Gonds of Gondwana

Geeks

Germans

Gujrathis

Harijan

Hindus

Huns

Indians

Italians

Irish

Jains

Japanese

Jews or Israelis

Kashmiris

Keralites

Korkus

Kayastha

Kshatriya

Maharashtrians

Marathas

Marwaris

Moguls

Mohammedans

Moroccan

Muslims

Nagas

Nepalis

Palestinians

Rajputs

Russians

Shaivites

Shakas

Siberians

Scott

Swiss

Tamilians

Tantric or charmers

Thai

Turks

Vaishnavites

Vikings

Zoroastrians or Pharsi

WARS, REVOLUTIONS, REBELIONS, RAIDS, MUTINIES, BATTLES, AND SKIRMISHES

Netaji as well as Babaji were keen students of world history of warfare, battles and liberation of countries of the world. The following is recapitulation of discussion and the script. The list is in alphabetical order. It would be better in chronological order and author expresses his inability to do so. The asterisk denotes my addition after Netaji’s death in 1977. I have omitted recent upheavals and carnages of Central America, South America Africa, Middle East, and South Asia. A scholar can prepare an encyclopedia of wars from Vedic and Biblical time to date.

*American invasion on Afghanistan

*American invasion on Iraq

*Iran – Iraq War of a decade

*Russian disintegration, end of communism, and formation of Russian Federation, seventeen new countries formed

*Russian invasion of Afghanistan

Afghan raids on India and defeat of Prithwiraj by Mohammad Gazni

American Civil War

American invasion on Japan and end of World War II

Arab-Israel War I, II, Israeli occupation of Golan heights, Jerusalem, West Bank of river Jordan, Gaza and Sinai

Aryan invasion and occupation of Germany, Iran, Afghanistan and India

Austrian invasion on Czechoslovakia

Bangladesh’s war of independence

Bore War in South Africa between Dutch and British

British East India Company’s victory at the battle of Plassey and defeat of Sirajudaula Turning point for 150 years

British invasion of Scotland and Ireland

British occupation of Australia

British War at Waterloo in Belgium and defeat and arrest of Napoleon

British, Dutch, French, Portuguese, and Spanish naval supremacy,  Creation of Settlements, Colonies, and Kingdoms all over the world.

British-Afghan tribals conflict in Northwest frontier of India

British-Argentina skirmish over Falkland Island

British-Egypt conflict of Suez canal

British-French War of Roses

Chinese invasion of Tibet and its annexation

Chinese Revolution of Mao

Chinese skirmish with Russia on the issue of river border

Cuban Revolution of Fidel Castro

Danes, French, Nordic, Prussian, Roman, and Vikings invasions on Britain

Dravidian occupation of India subjugating indigenous Munda tribes

Egyptian overthrow of king and rule by Col Nasser

European invasion and occupation of North America and South America

French invasion of Canada

French Revolution

German invasion of Africa, Europe, Africa

Greek invasion of Alexander upto Egypt and India

Greek invasion of Egypt by Caser and Anthony over Cleopatra

Haiti Mutiny Afrikaners settlement of South Africa

Hannibal’s invasion on Rome

India – Pakistan skirmish of Kargil

India – Pakistan War of 1948

India – Pakistan War of 1965

India’s First War of Independence of 1857, Britain termed it Mutiny

India’s Second War of Independence waged by Subhash Chandra Bose

India-China War of 1862

Iran’s Revolution of Ayatollah Khomini and King Arya Mihir went in exile

Iraq’s Revolution and Saddam Hussain of Bath party came into Power

Israel – Palestine conflicts

Israel occupied Gaza, Golan Heights, Sinai, West Bank of Jordan river, and Jerusalem

Japan’s War with Russia and occupation of Manchuria in 1905

Japanese invasion of China

Kalinga War of Emperor Ashoka

Khemer atrocities in Cambodia and king in exile in China

Korean War and bifurcation of Korea

Mahabharat War

Maratha raids in North India, South India and Bengal

Maratha War of Panipat – I, II, III. Peshwas reached upto Peshawar in north and Madurai in South

Maratha War of Shivaji against Aurangjeb and formation of kingdom

Mogul occupation of India

Mongolian people’s entry and occupation of North and South America via Bering Strait and Alaska

Mongolian raids and ravages of Chenghis Khan in Kashmir, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq

Mongolian raids on China and Kublai Khan’s occupation of China

Napoleon defeated at Waterloo in Belgium by the British, arrested and imprisoned

Napoleon’s invasion of Europe

Ottoman Empire’s expansion

Persian expansion

Ramayan War

Roman and Greek expansion

Russian annexation of adjoining countries and formation of Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Russian invasion of Hungary

Russian occupation of Poland and Germany

Russian Revolution of Lenin 1817. Czars murdered.

Shakas invasion of India

Sikh Gurus conflict with Muslim rulers

Turks invasion of India

Vietnam War

World War – I

World War – II

NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES

Aaj Banaras

Amrit Bazaar Patrika

Anand Bazaar Patrika

Arya

Ashai Shibun

Assam Tribune

Azad Hind, Berlin

Azad Hind, Singapore Herald

Bartaman Bharat

Basumati

Bharat Jyoti

Bhawan’s Journal

Blitz

Calcutta Municipal Gazettee

Catholic

Chandamama

Civil and Military Gazette of Kabul

Current

Dainik Bhaskar

Daily Hindustan, Amravati

Daily Uday

Dainik Matrubhumi, Akola

Dainik Statesman

Dawn, Karachi

Delhi Times

Dun Darpan

Englishman

Evening News, London

Foreign Affairs, USA

Forward

Forward Block

Free Press Journal

Foreign Affairs, USA

International Affairs. USA

Harijan

Herald

Himachal Times

Hindu, Chennai

Hindustan Times. Delhi

Hitavada

Illustrated Weekly of India

Indian Express

Izvestia, Moscow

Jama Narayan, Delhi

Jana Garjana, mouth piece of present Forward Block

Jana Madhyam, Amravati

Jugwani

Kalyan, Gorakhpur

Kesari, Pune

Kranti Times, Meerut

Loka Praba, Mumbai

Lokmat, Nagpur

Loksatta, Mumbai

Maharashtra Times, Mumbai

Manchester Guide

Mandal, Hindi, Amravati

Maratha, Mumbai

Matrubhumi, Gujarat

Matrubhumi, Akola

Modern Review

Mother India

Nation, UK

National Herald

Navabharat, Nagpur

Navabharat Times, Delhi

New Statesman

New York Times

Organizer

Popala d’ Italia

Pratidin, Amravati

Pravada, Moscow

Presidency College Magazine

Punjab Tribune, Ambala

Reader’s Digest

San Francisco Chronicle

Satya Gupta

Shaulmari

Shillong Times

Swarajya

Swatantra Bharat

Tarun Bharat, Nagpur

The Staesman and the New Statesman

Times of India

Veer Arjun

Washington Post

Young India

Yugdharma

REPORTS

Haiti

Khosla

Kinsley

Mukherjee

Shah Nawaz Khan

Warren

NEWS AGENCIES

All India Radio, AIR

British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC

Maharaja Features

Press Trust of India, PTI

Reuter

Samachar

COLUMNIST

Bidwai Prafulla

Dyer Gwynne

Gandhi Maneka

Kamath M.V.

Kuldip Nayar

Singh Khushwant

Singh Talveen

Swarup Harihar

T.V. NNEWS CHANNELS

Aaj tak

British Broadcasting Corporation

CNN

Discovery

Doordarshan

Prasar Bharati

History

Star News

INSTITUTIONS

Afghan Government

Aligarh Muslim University

Alipurduar Court

All India Congress,

All India Postal Service

Allahabad University

Amravati University now Sant Gadage Baba University

Anand Margi

Andhra University

Azad Hind Government

Azad Hind Radio

Babri Masjid, Ayodhya

Bal Yogi Ashram, Dehradun

Banaras Hindu University

Bankshal Court, Calcutta

Belur Math, Calcutta

Bengal Assembly

Bengal Chemicals

Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee

Bengali Ashram, Dehradun

Bhagatsingh Party

Bharatiya Janata Party

Bhargav College

Bombay Corporation

Bombay Hospital

Bombay University

British Embassy

Brooklyn University

Calcutta Corporation

Calcutta University

Cambridge University

Circuit House, Amravati

City College Calcutta

Collectorate, Amravati

Colombia University

Communist Party of India

Communist Party Marxist

Congress Working Committee

Conservative Party, England

Dak Bungalow, Ghatang

Dakshineshwar, Calcutta

Debvan Ashram, Simla

Deshbandhu College, Kalkaji

Dhaka University

District Court, Amravati

District Gazetteers Committee

Dnyanawapi Mosque, Banaras

Durga Mandir, Dehradun

East India Company

Eden Hindu Hostel

Ferguson College, Pune

Ford Foundation

Forest Department, Amravati Division

Fox Studio, Hollywood

German Embassy

Govt. College of Aurangabad

Hanuman Vyayam Prasarak Mandal, Amravati

High Court, Calcutta

Hikari Kikan

Hindu Mahasabha

Hinduja Hospital

Howrah station

INA Soldiers Association

India and Eastern Newspapers Society. IENS

India Independence League, IIL

Indian Air Force

Indian Army

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Indian National Army, INA

Indian Navy

Indian Science Congress

Institute of Science and Humanities, Amravati

Intelligence Bureau, Delhi

Irwin Hospital, Amravati

Italian Embassy

J.J. Hospital

Jadhavpur University

Jain Dharmashala, Dehradun

Jana Sangh

Jaslok Hospital

Kalyani University

Khilafat

King Edward Memorial College, Amravati

Kisan Sabha

Krishak Bhavan, Delhi

Labour Party, England

Left Consolidation Committee

Liberation Tiger Tamil Liberation

Life Divine Society

London School of Economics

Mahajati Sadan

Maharashtra Niwas, Kolkata

Maharashtra Public Service Commission

Maharogi Seva Mandal, Amravati, City Library, Amravati

Metropolitan College, Calcutta

Mission Netaji

Mumbai High Court

Municipal Council, Amravati

Muslim League

Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court

Nagpur University now Sant Tukdoji Maharaj University

Nair Hospital, Mumbai

National Archives

National College, Calcutta

National Library, Kolkata

Neo Vivekanand Group

Overseas Communication

Oxford University

Parle College, Mumbai

Parliament of India

Pawanar Ashram

Penguin Publishers

Planning Commission of India

Presidency College, Calcutta

Privy Council

Protestant European School

Provisional Government of Free India

Pune University

Railway Station Lucknow

Raipur University

Ram Rajya Parishad

Ramkrishna Mission, Banaras

Ramkrishna Mission, Dehradun

Ramkrishna Mission, Kolkata

Ramkrishna Mission, Nagpur

Ramkrishna Mission, Rishikesh

Ramkrishna Mission Singapore

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh

Ravenshaw College

Republican Party of India

Russian Embassy

Sabarmati Ashram

Sadakat Ashram, Patna,

Sancheti Hospital, Pune

Science College, Nagpur

Scottish Church College

Secretariate of Lucknow

Servant of India Society

Sevagram Ashram

Shantiniketan

Sharada Udyog Mandir, Amravati

Sealdah station

Simon Commission

Socialist Party

SP College, Pune

State Bank of India, Officers’ Union

State Intelligence, Bengal, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh

Statutory Commission of England

Subhash Bharatiya Sena

Subhashwadi Janata

Superintendent Police, Amravati

Superintendent Police Dehradun

Supreme Court, Delhi

Survey of India, Dehradun

Swargashram, Rishikesh

Teen Murti Museum

Theosophical Lodge

Thomas Cook

Tibetan School, Dehradun

Tilak Smarak Mandir, Pune

United Nations’ Organisation, UNO

University Grants Commission

University of Calcutta

University of Florida

Vidarbha Mahavidyalaya, Amravat

Vishwanath Temple, Banaras

Vivekanand Memorial, Kanyakumari

West Minister Abbey

Zalawar Court

PRISONS

Ahamadabad

Alipore

Amravati

Andaman

Behrampur

House arrest at Kurseong

House arrest at Elgin Road, Calcutta,

Insein jail of Rangoon

Jabalpur

Madras

Mandalay

Presidency prison, Arthur Road, Bombay

Seoni

Yerwada, Pune, Agakhan Palace, Pune

WEBSITES

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http://www.newindpress.com/Newsitems.asp?ID=IEH20030916150721 $ Title=Top +Story…..

http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/holnus/02012205.htm

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Chronology of correspondence

JMCI and ME

10/04/2000      Letter addressed to Home Minister L.K. Advani stating that evidence regarding Netaji’s survival after 1945 shall be submitted with conditions.

05/07/2000      Letter from JMCI to file an affidavit with enclosure of its notification dated o3/12/1999

13/07/2000      Letter to Zee TV to stop projection of my interview recorded by correspondent Dhawal Desai on 10/06/2000 from 11 A.M. to 3 PM at home as matter was subjudice

17/07/2000      Letter to JMCI with copy of letter to Zee T.V. to stop projection of my interview on Netaji.

08/03/2001    Letter to JMCI referring news of The Hitavada dated 19/01/2001 and 21/01/2001 about declassification of files on Netaji in London by the Govt. of U.K. and statement of Dr Yoshimi respectively. I stated that rigid conditions informed to Home Minister were waved off for authenticity.

23/03/2001 JMCI returned from U.K. with no vital information on Netaji’s disappearance as secret file was to be opened in 2025. Dispatched Affidavit –I

18/10/2001      I disclosed some vital clues to solve conundrum of Netaji’s disappearance and as to how story of his death was manipulated for his escape.

02/01/2002      Letter to JMCI questioning whether my deposition was going to be recorded or not

31/01/2002    Letter from JMCI referring disclosure of my information in my letter dated 18/10/2000 stating that it was at variance with my Affidavit-I and hence should file fresh affidavit within six weeks.

01/03/2002      Informed JMCI that it was not possible to file Affidavit – II within six weeks from intimation as I was out of station to Bilaspur and Kolkata for two weeks.

14/03/2002 Sent Affidavit – II with Annexure –I containing facts about so called death and escape, and Annexure – II disclosing discrepancies in story of death in Chart with Appendix A, B, C.

15/03/2002      Sent letter to JMCI requesting to add a few typed pages of my diaries as Appendix D to Chart in Annexure –II of my Affidavit – II.

17/03/2002      Sent e mail about dispatch of addenda to Annexure –II as Appendix D to Chart.

09/09/2002      Sent letter to JMCI expressing surprise at its stoic silence and not acknowledging submitted documents.. Enclosed appendix to chart as ‘ did Netaji die I air crash?’

01/10/2002      Received letter from JMCI acknowledging Affidavit –II of 14/03/2002 and letter with documents of 09/09/2002. It further assured to give due consideration, if necessary.

06/10/2002      Letter from Shri Subhas Ranjan Dasgupta, witness No.85 of JMCI informing me that JMCI was going to record my deposition. Later he called on me at my house.

11/11/2002      Letter from JMCI informing names of deponents, venue, date and time.

11/12/2002      Letter of JMCI regarding information of deponents to be recorded.

04/03/2003      Information from JMCI regarding transaction.

24/04/2003      Notice of JMCI regarding depositions.

14/05/2003      Letter from Shri P.K. Sengupta, Secretary JMCI, informing me that he would record my  deposition. Date, time and venue would be informed. He enclosed a copy of relevant extract from the notification S.O.339(E) dated 14/5/1999 of the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, as published in the Gazette of India (Extraordinary), dated 14/5/1999, Pt II, Section 3, sub-section (II).

30/05/2003      Sent e mail to JMCI informing two weeks postal delay of delivery of its letter of 14/03/03 hence I should be intimated by e mail or telegram and the venue may please at Amravati.

03/06/2003      Received e mail from JMCI making enquiry of particulars of Amravati.

04/06/2003      Sent e mail to JMCI informing details of administrative functionaries of Amravati. Copy of it sent to Collector, District and Session Judge, and Commissioner of Police of Amravati.

05/06/2003      E-mail from JMCI addressing letter to Shrimati Varma, Collector Amravati to be handed over personally on behalf of JMCI. The letter informed to make necessary arrangement of vehicles, stay, security etc.

05/06/2003      Letter of JMCI informing next sitting of the Commission.

09/06/2993      E-mail sent to JMCI informing that Collector Amravati was apprised of JMCI letter to her.

10/06/3003      Letter from JMCI informing me that the commission would arrive at Amravati on 27th June 2003 and my deposition would be recorded daily in two sessions on 28,29, and 30 th June 2003

11/06/2003      E-mail from Rudra Jyoti Bhattacharjee informing me that his group of research scholars was reaching Amravati with the Commission and tat I should make necessary arrangement for their stay.

12/06/2003      Letter from JMCI mentioning particulars of programme of JMCI with date, time, and particulars from 23/06/2003 to o1/07/2993.

27/06/2003      The JMCI Commission and group of scholars arrived from Pune and stayed at Circuit House.

28, 29, 30        June 2003. JMCI recorded my deposition and submitted lot of documents.

01/08/2003      I sent letter of appreciation to S.K. Sengupta commending his team that came to record my deposition. Enclosed fourteen coloured photographs of his visit to my house and press conference.

01/08/ 2003     I sent letter with information and news cuttings in Appendix I to VIII informing about modern development identification of finger prints, latent finger prints, secret files on Netaji, his ashes, tooth, Baba’s photographs, INA treasure, non credibility if witnesses before Khosla Commission, my visit to Taipei aerodrome , fake accident and pages of my diary as proof. Mentioned opinion of Pilot Dilip Patel of Singapore and co-pilot Disoza of Kerala on crash story.

09/09/2003      Letter of S.R. Dasgupta informing that in the visit of Commission to Taiwan officially the Government of Taiwan informed that there was no air crash between 14/8/1045 to 25/09/1045 at any aerodrome at Taipei.

03/11/2003      Letter of JMCI about depositioners

02/01/2004      The twenty-seventh death Anniversary of Netaji today. I addressed a letter to Justice Mukherjee informing the following:

(1)     Lawyer’s opinion on Shah Nawaz Khan case.

(2)     Photographs of Netaji’s thumb and that of Shaulmari Baba for comparison.

(3)     Photographs of squint in eye of Baba and Netaji

(4)     Suggestion to compare teeth of Gumnami Baba of Faizabad with those of Netaji in pictorial biography.

(5)     Hairline on the back of head of Baba and also of Netaji shown on Star News channel on 24/06/2003 between 10 to 11 P.M. and other references of backside photographs of Netaji.

(6)     Additional information on Dnyaneshwar Deshpande, son in law of Chief priest of Renkoji Temple, Tokyo.

(7)     About coloured photograph of Gumnami Baba with goggles on. Anuj Dhar claimed that he was Netaji

(8)     Pndey brothers are having valuable handwriting of Shaulmari Baba.

(9)     Baba’s foot prints are with Ramprasad Merhotra of Kanpur.

(10)  An unpublished article of forty pages, ‘ Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose – Tragic Death Unraveled.’

14/91/200        Letter from JMCI about deponents.

15/01/2004      Acknowledgement of my letter of 2nd Jan. 04 and Annexures therein signed by Court Master  C.M. Chatterjee received.

16/02/2004              Sent e mail to Justice Mukherjee that as the Commission was visiting Singapore, Taiwan, and Russia imploring him to seek following valuable information: The letter is quoted in

the text.

22/03/2004      Letter from JMCI signed by M. Roy, Officer on Special Duty, informing me that envelop addressed to Kamaltai Gokhale of Singapore at 99, Mayer Road was returned for incorrect address. I was asked to furnish full address. JMCI did not put full address already given. He also intimated that the fate of letter to Pilot Dilip Patel care of Singapore Airline was awaited.

27/02/2004    A letter from JMCI about deponents.

28/03/2004    Sent e mail giving full address of Kamaltai Gokhale as C/O Anand Gokhale, Marine Engineer, 99 Mayer Road, 17-03, The Soverign, Singapore – 437930.  I also requested to contact Mrs Sushila Gokhale W/O late M.S. Gokhale, author of Hansa Gaan, at Pune. Second e mail sent Anand with my Phone No. and e mail address.

29/03/2004     Copy of letter addressed to Kamaltai Gokhale by Secretary P.K. Sengupta of JMCI received. Terms of reference were mentioned I the said letter

24/04/2004     A Letter from JNCI regarding deponents

18/07/2004     I sent e mail sent to JMCI informing my addresses, e mail addresses and phone numbers in USA where I was taking respite to ease strain of work. I requested JMCI to intimate date of my argument at least a moth beforehand for preparation.

19/08/2004     A letter from JMCI regarding deponents

18/11/2004      A letter from JMCI regarding deponents.

24/11/2004      A letter from JMCI regarding deponents.

13/01/2005      Sent e mail to JMCI giving vital information as to how Nakamura fitted a new engine to Sally Bomber that was supposed to have crashed and how Blitz reported that the said crashed plane reached   Singapore in good condition.

16/01/2005      Received news that Indian Evidence Act not applicable to Netaji probe and Dr Kashyap officially reported that according to DNA test performed teeth of ascetic of Faizabad were not of Netaji.

17/01/2005      A letter from JMCI that the Commission would record arguments by/on behalf of the deponents on all factual issues on 03/02/2005 and 04/03/2005 at Mahajati Sadan Kolkata.

27/01/2005      A letter to JMCI explaining my difficulties for argument. I requested the Chairman to record my argument at my place or provide adequate time and security and record argument in camera.

07/02/2005      Letter from JMCI in response to my request in letter of 27/01/2005 informing me that argument would e recorded at Kolkata on Fridays of February. The venue and time would be informed later. I had only two weeks at my disposal and last date of submission of argument was Friday the 25th Feb.o5.

23/02/2005      I worked day and night and hurriedly prepared written arguments with documents. The parcel of three and half Kilo papers was sent by Air through Blue Dart. Covering letter was posted to JMCI. On e mail intimated JMCI that as promised during my hearing that that I could argue orally or in writing and submit the remaining vital documents at that time, I did dispatch the argument that will reach within the last stipulated date of JMC.

05/03/2005      I sent to JMCI more details of Dnyaneshwar Deshpande about his function in SE ASIA.

29/03/2005      I informed about grave blunders of typing in pages of diaries submitted. On 12/06/1966 it is mentioned Baba then turned to me and said, “ This is terrible…… Let me die here and now” This say is not of Baba but Dada. I also reminded about Baba’s admission of only real piece of evidence before the world about my publication of his handwriting in the Nagpur Times of 1971 under 17/11/1976 at  in diary

20/05/2005      Received letter from JMCI informing me about its next sitting on 10/06/2005 when the Commission would discuss some matters in the context of the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India extending the term of the Commission of six months beyond 14/05/2005 (vide their notification bearing no. S.O. 671 (E) dated 14/05/2005published in the Gazette of India, extraordinary dated 14/05/2005).

06/07/2005      JMCI informed me in its letter that te Commission will hold nest sitting on 26/07/2005 to discuss the matter of the proposed visit of the omission to the Russian Federation for holding its enquiry there.

29/09/2005      The Commission informed me that it will hold its next sitting on 06/10/2005 at its Office to discuss and deliberate upon the outcome of the visit of te Commission to Russian Federation for holding its enquiry there.

08/11/2005      The Commission submitted its Report to Shri Shivaraj Patil, Home Minister of Govt. of India.

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