lauantai 29. joulukuuta 2012

Netajii, Subhash Chandra Bose never die...

I have collected information about Netajii, Subhash Chandra Bose, from many sources, books and even heard some stories myself in India. Indian spiritual leader and scientist P R Sarkar, known also, Shrii Shrii Anandamurtijii, was Netajii's Guru.

Sarkar has said: ‘Netaji is the greatest mystery in the Cosmic drama’. Sarkar dedicated his book ‘Problems of the day’ to Netaji in 1958 and wrote: ‘To the great hero Subhash Chandra Bose whom I did love, and whom I do love even now’ (He knows that Netajii is still alive, DA). (

Shortcuts from writings of some people in our organization: In summer 1939 M.N. Roy and Subhash came to see Sarkar on tiger's grave, near Kalipahar in Jamalpur. (I visited the place once myself, English soldier killed a tiger there, and died himself too, DA).

Sarkar has mentioned about Roy's and Subhash's visits several times. One evening (Guru Purnima in July) Sarkar was having a field-walk with Hemchand Nayak, officer of the Agriculture dept in Bihar, and two other persons. Pointing to the Tigers grave Sarkar said: “See Hemchand, it was on this day several years ago, that Subhas and M.N. Roy came to see me on this Tigers grave at 7 p.m. I came here around 7.30 p.m. Subhash was wearing his normal Doti and Kurta with a shawl wrapped around. M.N. Roy was wearing Pants and shirt” ...."

It was strange that they both Roy and Netajii would come all the way from Calcutta to Jamalpur to have some discussion with an obscure youth (Sarkar) who was just past 17 years. Also several other eminent persons came that time already to have serious discussions with Sarkar.

Subash resigned from the post of Congress President, while being hailed as the leader of the masses, particularly by the youth of India. M.N. Roy, was the founder of Communist movement in India. He spent some time with Lenin in Russia and later moved to Mexico with Trotsky. His original name was Narendra Nath Battacharya. After he got frustrated with Stalin’s style of Communism, he returned to India under the assumed name of M.N. Roy to escape the attention of the British. He profounded ‘Radical Humanism’, at the time when he came in contact with Sarkar, who was then a student of Vidyasagar College.

Sarkar’s younger brother Himanshu remembers how Sarkar took him to see an elderly person one day. That person received Sarkar with respect and had some serious discussion with Him. Sarkar was less than twenty then. After leaving the house Sarkar told Himanshu that it was M.N.Roy, a great intellectual and thinker.

Sarkar has said ab Roy's and Bose's visit in 1939; “When I reached there they were already discussing something. It was about India’s independence. Subhash was of the opinion that India should be politically free first and then it would gain economic independence. M.N. Roy disagreed and held the view that India should fight for economic freedom and political independence would automatically follow that. They asked me for my opinion”. Saying this Sarkar asked Hemchandji; 'whose stand was correct'. Hemchandji said that Subash should be correct. Sarkar said: “No Hemchand, history will prove that M.N. Roy was correct”.

Sarkar explained also them how morality was essential for anyone wanting to serve the society, and without spirituality, morality was not possible and one could become corrupt. Subash agreed, but M.N. Roy had view that human beings have some innate moralistic tendency and that was sufficient for humans to do service to mankind. Sarkar said that even that moralistic tendency will not stand the test of serious temptation. 'Only by being a spiritualist one would be able to have a strong moral base'.

Finally both wanted to learn meditation. Subash was already practicing spiritual practices from before. After the initiation Sarkar asked Subash to express some personal wish he wanted to be fulfilled. Sarkar said that Subash did not ask anything for himself, but wanted to see India free from British rule. Sarkar said that India would be free, but there should be struggle to achieve that. 

Subash admitted, as he also did not believe that through non-violence India would be free. People would not fight for independence because of the influence of Gandhiji’s non-violence. Sarkar said that since he was a courageous person he should organize struggle from outside India, if it was not possible from inside the country.

(On July 3, 1940 Subhash was arrested by the British, in an effort to halt the rapidly growing influence of his newly formed Forward Bloc, the radical opposition to the Gandhi wing. Subhas had also delivered open ultimatum for British to quit India.)

Later on in another occasion Sarkar has added to Hemchand that after initiation, He had made Subhas to give three promises. Sarkar said that he had fulfilled two promises out of those and was yet to fulfill the third one. He did not reveal what the three promises were.

Sarkar continued to have link with M.N. Roy, who never practiced meditation sincerely. Subash on the other hand took his spiritual practices very seriously. Subhas' relatives and those who were with him during the war period had seen him doing long meditation in jail, and even in the middle of war. 

Netaji mentioned in may of his writings the importance of spirituality and several of his ideas of that time seem to have similarity to Sarkar's socio-economic theory, Prout. According to indications given by Sarkar, it seems that Subhas met Sarkar few more times, and learnt even special Kapalika sadhana. Sarkar said that at last time when Subhas did Kapalik Sadhana before leaving his home, he failed to complete a mandatory process, and that led to some problems for him.

So Netajii's visit happened on Guru Purnima day, 1939 in July, when Subhas was free last time in India. He was arrested by the British on the 3rd July 1940, when he was about to launch a massive movement against British rule. He was released on 5th Dec 1940, but was kept under house arrest. On the 17th Jan 1941 he 'disappeared'. 

Actually he went by car up to Gomoh (near Bokaro) accompanied by his nephew Shishiir Bose. Sarkar has said that He met Subash in Gomoh before he left. Shishiir wrote in his book that someone met Subash in Gomoh station and had long talk with him. In that book he refused to identify that person. From Gomoh Subash took train to Lahore, from there to Afghanistan and onward to Germany.

Subash took the help of Japanese and gathered the Indians living in Malaysia and Singapore, and the Indian Prisoners of War in the custody of the Japanese. From those he formed Indian National Army, popularly known as INA, in order to liberate India. Netaji liberated first the Indian territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and the N-Eastern part of India; Nagaland and Manipur. 
Then he advanced towards Tejpur in Assam. 

His slogan was ‘Delhi Chalo’ – March towards Delhi. Wherever INA entered, the local population rose in revolt against the British and supported the INA. The Congress leaders and Gandhiji opposed Netaji, but Indian people were with Netaji. He had given them hope of liberating India from the British yoke.

After the atom bombs were dropped in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, help from Japanese ended suddenly. INA could not face alone the might of the British Empire, so they had to stop fighting, but the patriotic spirit kindled by Netaji was unstoppable, and there was revolts ie in the (British) Indian Army in Mumbai. (Savitananda says that actually Subhash sent his INA soldiers to intrude into the British Indian Army, and influence Indian soldiers to stop killing other Indian (INA) soldiers)

The British understood that they cannot hold on to India any longer and decided to free India. On 15th August 1947 India became independent. There was a secret agreement between India and the British Govt, that if Subash came back to India, he would be handed over to the British as a war criminal. The need for that agreement showed that they believed that Netaji was not dead. The popular sentiment in India then was for Subash, he could have very well become the PM of India. 

After Subash disappeared 1945, followers often questioned Sarkar about Subash, and there were ab 30 times when Sarkar either did demonstrations or spoke about him. In many demonstrations Sarkar showed that the revolutionary hero Subhash Chandra Bose was still alive, despite official reports of his death.

On 14th Nov 1954, the second General Darshan of Ananda Marga was taking place in the quarter no 339 EF in Rampur colony, in Jamalpur. There were about 15-16 disciples of Sarkar, including Pranay, the first General secretary, Chandranathji Comandanat (Bihar Military Police), V.K. Asthanaji  and Nagina Prasad (Customs and Central Excise, Bhagalpur), Dr. Sachinandan Mandal, Rasmay Das etc. 

After a short talk, Sarkar did demonstration with one disciple and asked the him to visit (remote view) several places including a planet of Ashvini Star, Mars, Moon and Stalin, and the discipline was asked to narrate what he saw there. Incredible things were told, but here only related to Subhas: Sarkar took the disciple to the Himalayas, Tibet, Lhasa and then to one monastery in Ling Popo (Lim Popo?), and there to nearby cave. The disciple said that a very radiant looking person was meditating. He verified him as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. (See more ab Stalin:, and google also ...but Stalin died, proutscandinavia).
This is from similar occasion in detail, Dasharath was often the media of many demonstrations: During Sunday Darshan, Sarkar told Dasarath to concentrate his mind and start moving toward the eastern horizon... Dasarath started towards east and then according Sarkar's directions more north to Himalayas, through the foothills to the higher ranges of the Tibetan plateau. 

“Stop there”, Sarkar told, “Where are you now?" Dasarath: "A remote mountain, near Limpopo (Ling po po?) in Tibet." Sarkar: "Now descend and look for a cave in the mountainside. Enter the cave and describe what you see?" Dasarath: "I can see the figure of a yogi sitting on an animal skin, performing meditation. His upper body is naked, he has long hair, and there are some cooking utensils nearby.” 

Sarkar: "Look closer and see if you can recognize him." Dasarath: "It looks like Subhas Chandra Bose." Sarkar: "Yes, ask him if he would like to come back to India." Dasarath remained silent for a while: "No, he has no wish to come back to India. His only wish now is to dedicate his life to spiritual practices." Sarkar: "Leave him in peace then. He has done enough service for the society. Now he has reached a stage in his life when he should concentrate on sadhana."

During these demonstrations, Netaji was usually found in a meditative posture inside the cave and few times outside the cave (same cave or different caves, but always in Tibet). Sarkar said that nobody could enter the cave without permission of Netaji or Him. Netajii had a long white beard and long thin hair. It was a hilly area and there was a small rivulet flowing nearby.

One of the demonstrations in 1963: during General Darshan in Jamalpur jagriti Sarkar asked Dasharath to take his mind to Delhi, to Teen Murti Bhavan, the official residence of Jawahar Lal Nehru, the then PM of India. Sarkar asked Dasharath to see what Nehru was doing. Dasharath said that he was sitting before a table and there was liquor bottle and a knife on the table. 

Then Sarkar asked Dasharath to go to Tibet and see what Subhas was doing. Dasharath saw that Netaji was meditating inside a cave. Then Sarkar said Nehru was a Sadhu in his past life, but because of his desire to enjoy power, he became the PM of India in this life. And now his situation was so pathetic, that he had to drown his worries in alcohol. (After the war with China in 1962 in which India was routed by the Chinese, Nehru was a very depressed person. It was very big defeat and terrible loss of face too). 

Then Sarkar said about Subhas that he could have become the PM of India, but he gave it up for the sake of his spiritual pursuit. Now he was close to reaching the highest goal of life. Sarkar said that both Nehru and Subhas were together in the freedom movement, but Nehru lost his way in pursuit of power, and Netaji took the right spiritual guidance. 

Several times Margiis asked Sarkar to bring Netaji back (to establish Prout). And once or twice Netaji indicated that he would come, if Sarkar wanted him to come back, but Sarkar refused. He would say that Netaji had completed his duty to the society and now he should not be disturbed from his meditation.

(It may be that Sarkar thought that Subhas had done his part for India, so He wanted Subhas to spend his life in pursuit of spiritual enlightenment. (Time for Prout was not yet, so Subhas could have not done more. Also Nehru was obviously happy that Bose disappeared, while he declared that Bose died in plane crash, then he didn't need to worry about him and obviously his connection with Sarkar too, DA)

Ever since his disappearance rumors that Netaji Subhas had appeared here and there. Nothing was known about what happened during the 9 years after Subhas disappearance, but on 14th Nov 1954 Sarkar for the first time showed him meditating. Since from -54 up to -70 Sarkar had shown several dozen times Subhas doing meditation in a cave in Tibet. During the special ‘Demonstration Year’ 1969 alone many times... Subhash’s disappearance has been a mystery to people of India and Subhas coming to see the mystery Sarkar, was no less a mystery. Why he came and what did they talk would also remain a mystery.

In the end of -69 or early -70, while Sarkar was in Ranchi, he finished His meditation and came out dressed for field-walk about 20 minutes earlier than usual. He didn’t allow the usual VSS vehicle to follow Him. The only persons with Him were bodyguard Vishnu Devji, and another VSS volunteer Tiirat Ganju of Kuti. Sarkar guided himself the driver the whole way and asked at the end to stop the car and switch off also parking light. He asked both men to walk about 15-20 steps behind Him in strict silence. 

After about 100 meters they saw a person  appear with long beard. He greeted Sarkar by touching His feet and started walking along His side for nearly half an hour, until Sarkar stopped and continued the conversation. In the end the stranger prostrated before Sarkar. Sarkar blessed him, departed and returned to the car. Only a few days later Sarkar revealed to them that it was Subhas. Sarkar said that Subhas was spiritually very advanced and had developed many Siddhis (occult powers) that he could travel anywhere.  

Some time in -70 or early -71 Sarkar went for a field-walk to the Murabadi ground in Ranchi, police parade ground, with Ac. Amitananda, AMIT, Gopalji, VSS security, and two others. After a walk, Sarkar sat on the platform at the base of the flag pole and did not say anything as usually he would. His gaze was fixed towards the sky. Seeing His seriousness, no one dared to disturb. After 10-15 minutes he suddenly uttered, “Sabas, Subhas, sabhas” ("Bravo, Subhas, bravo"). His mood was very serious, even on the way back He did not say anything. 

Three or four days later, Sarkar asked Amitananda whether he was not curious to know why He had said, "Bravo Subhas." Then he said, “That day Subhas attained nirvikalpa samadhi by his own effort. See, Amitananda, he could have reached the topmost post in the country, i.e., become the Prime Minister, but he gave it all up to reach the highest spiritual goal. What Subhas has done will inspire every human being in the future...” After Amitananda called all the volunteers, and repeated all that Sarkar had said about Subhas.  

Around -81 or -82, Sarkar was in Lake Garden quarters in Kolkata, when there was news in several papers in India about a Gumnami Baba, claimed to be Subhas Chandra Bose. Some papers also declared that Subhas had a link with Ananda Marga. While that controversy was going on, a few workers were sitting outside Sarkar's room. Among them were Mantreshvaranandaji, Girijanandaji and Sarvatmanandaji. Sarkar suddenly opened the door and said, “Subhas is not alive anymore.”(So Gumnami Baba can't be Subhas, DA)

In the history of India, nobody, after Lord Buddha, gave up so much in pursuit of a spiritual goal as Netaji did. In the world of humans hungry for power and recognition, name and fame, Netaji will ever remain as a beacon-light inspiring everyone with the spirit of renunciation. He gave up the unreal in the pursuit of the Real. 

If Sarkar had wanted, He would just have needed to give a signal to Netaji, and Netaji would have come and propagate Sarkar's ideology. Just as He kept His dear disciple hidden, He kept His own omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient personality hidden from the world. He put the Mission through all kinds of severe tests and still continues to do so.
Update, found more material with a bit different view: In the 60`s there was a demonstration by Sarkar at His ashram in Bihar. Sarkar called one devotee to come forward...He then touched the trikuti of the Volunteer and asked him to take his mind towards Tibetan Himalayas...and to one cave. Sarkar said; 'enter the cave'! When the V entered the cave he shouted; 'NETAJI SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE`. All were looking at each other in amaze!!

Then V said 'the cave is luminous bright that comes from the body of Netaji'. Then Sarkar said;'enter his mind'...V entered and said 'He is repeating his Ishta Mantra ! Sarkar said: 'yes, he has reached the highers state of mind and soon will be liberated'.

The history of Sarkar's connection with Netaji. Sarkar said he has a maternal relation with Netaji Subhas Bose. Netaji was his mother`s cousin. In 1940 Subhas came with his friend Roy. Subhas and later Roy took tantric initiatiation. Subhas went to Germany and Japan to get help but both used him for their game, but Netaji never gave up. 

He spoke on radio frequently to all Indians...soon he gathered a large battalions and was winning the battle from the north east of India. There were big INA troops from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Burma to back him up... As Subhas was winning and many Indians turned against the British, the English generals started to be frightened and also they were loosing to the Germans in Europe and needed to bring back the soldiers from India. 

A message was sent to Churchill for immediate action to save the remaining British Soldiers in India. So Winston made pact with Gandhi to free India as long as Gandhi protects the British Soldiers against Netaji. As reward England would declare 'freedom' to India in the name of Gandhiji. Gandhiji accepted the deal ! So freedom was given to India with the fear of NETAJI, and not because of freedom fight of Gandhi! (What happened to Netaji? How he ended up in Tibetan hill?)

Gandhi's tribute to Bose: “The greatest and the lasting act of Netaji was that he abolished all distinctions of caste and class. He was Indian first and last. What is more, he fired all under him with the same zeal, so that they forgot in his presence all distinctions and acted as one man.”  
Subhas was felicitated by Tagore. Tagore said: "I am sick. But in this time of trial, I could not remain silent. I saw you in your earlier days as a rising Sun. Today the Sun is the middle of the sky radiating brilliantly.....I welcome you as the leader of the Nation...". Rabindranath Tagore was the first person to name Subhas Chandra Bose as NETA JI. 

Tagore thought that it was the appropriate time to entrust the nationalist cause to a younger leader who could stand on his own feet, had an appreciation for rational thought processes and science, and was well versed in international relations.
Subhas Chandra Bose speeches: "Why INA Withdrew, On Aug 13, 1944...We have also learnt our defects. Transport and supply were defective owing to the difficult terrain. We had no frontline propaganda. Though we had prepared personnel for this, we could not use them owing to lack of transport...We wanted loudspeakers but the Japanese failed to supply them to us. We are now making our own..."

Subhas, Netajii, Aug 17 -45: "I am more aggrieved than you by the fact that your sufferings and sacrifices have not yielded immediate results... The future will bless you and will speak with pride of your sacrifices at the altar of Indian independence, and of your solid achievements. At this unprecedented juncture in our history, I have a word for you. Do not be disheartened by our temporary defeat; be cheerful and optimistic. Above all, never lose your faith in the destiny of India. There is no power on earth which can keep India in bondage. India will be free soon. JAl-HIND! ...Remember that the greatest crime is to compromise with injustice and wrong... A true soldier needs both military and spiritual training."
Sarkar in his books

While it is undeniable that Mahatma Gandhi awakened mass consciousness, he did not channelize this awakened mass consciousness along the path of struggle. Rather, the so-called originality of all his principles and policies was directed into a negative and passive movement which was averse to struggle.

On the other hand, the style of functioning of Subhas Chandra Bose was just the opposite. He wanted to make the best utilization of the available opportunities. To state it more clearly, he wanted to snatch away Independence by making his adversaries ineffective – he wanted to strike at the enemy while the iron was hot.

You perhaps know that the great hero of Indian independence, Subhas [Chandra Bose], was an ardent follower of the Tantric cult... The cry, “Peace! Peace!” has become a craze in the world today. Can anything be achieved by such cries? There is no way to establish peace except to fight against the very factors which disturb peace. This quotes are from Sarkar’s book (Problems of today) dedicated to Bose.

Indian Acarya Sujit Kumar tells, that Subhas Chandra Bose and M N Roy were close friends of Sarkar. When they had disagreement about things, they would seek Sarkar's advice for solution. M N was communist, but he abandoned his belief due to long conversations with Sarkar and developed a new philosophy called 'Radical Humanism'. 

Subhas was inspired by Sarkar's spiritual views, took initiation and became Sarkar's disciple. M N Roy was working underground most of the time as British government was hunting for him, so not many people knew about his life. M N Roy's wife was Russian, whom he married probably during his stay in Russia.

Lenin and M N Roy developed a close bond of friendship. Thus M N Roy became the right hand man of Lenin and played major role in spreading communism in China and India. Later when he came in contact with Sarkar he understood the defects of communism and propounded 'Radical Democratic Party';

Sarkar started Renaissance Universal; contemporary Socio-Political teachings, and M N Roy and Subhas often participated either in Calcutta or on tigers grave in Jamalpur. They had also long walks on Kali Hillock.

Once Subhas was hiding in a house in Calcutta as the police was chasing him. He used to practice nightly Kapalika meditation in the court yard of the house. One has to sit on top of esoteric spiritual symbol yantra drawn on the ground, but it has to be removed after meditation.

The house was suddenly raided early in the morning. Subhas escaped, but the police was walking with shoes on top of the yantra symbol on the ground. The yantra is powerful symbol and violation of its dignity invites serious consequences. Thus Subhas lost some of his power on struggle to free India.

Sarkar told that in Singapore Subhas was almost captured by British forces, but another Sarkar's disciple Kalikananda helped Subhas. Sarkar tells; 'The INA troops were advancing towards Burma and had to suffer defeat at the hands of the British Army and many INA soldiers were captured. The only aim of British forces was to capture Subhas, who aborted their designs by his sharp intellect and plan to escape in an airplane, which was extremely hazardous. '

The plane that Subhas suppose to board, got crashed, which the British believed to be end of Subhas's life. But actually Subhas boarded another plane which flew to Siberia. He was hiding there until Sarkar requested him mentally to leave the freedom struggle and concentrate rest of his life for spiritual practices.

He moved to secret cave in Tibet and Sarkar helped him mentally in the process. After years of intense sadhana Subhas attained the highest goal of sadhana in April1983. At 9 PM Sarkar told to Acarya Kumar and others present; “It is matter of great honor that Subhas has got salvation today by dint of vigorous intuitional practise.”

Psychic Focus ab Netajii;; He was a great man of high integrity. He truly wanted the best for his country, but he was hated by other countries for it, because Netaji could lead an army, and people would follow him (fear and jelousy). He was injured (limping away from bombs blasting), but he escaped. He was hoping to heal and return even stronger, but the injuries made it very difficult for him. He did live to an older age, and passed away peacefully (he was somewhere on a mountain and was protected by monks - or some religious group of people).
Some articles; Bose was in Russia after August 1945. Beginning 1960s rumours, whispers and claims became rife in India that Netaji was alive in India as a holy man. I have reasons to believe that the possibility of Bose being in India was indeed very real. In my book I have reproduced over 200 images from rare documents. Of these some 90 are from still secret Government of India records. Russian diplomats in different countries were speaking about Bose's presence in their country. And Explains details of his life until 1983?;

Netaji's Driver Nizamuddin; "How can it be possible when I had dropped him by the car on the banks of Sitangpur river near the boarder of Burma and Thailand about three-four months after the incident of plane crash?"

My previous writing about Subhas Chandra Bose,

And here,  Gandhi and Subhas Ch Bose - spiritual soldier

Imposters of Netaji: Netaji Subash Chandra Bose – Mystery Revealed » Section 6 Apr 2012 – And Saradananda:

And Subhas Chandra Bose - Netaji Research Bureau...

Radical Humanism and M.N.Roy; Roy was disillusioned by the communism and capitalism.
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