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Re-Markings, a biannual refereed international journal of English Letters, aims at providing a healthy forum for scholarly and authoritative views on broad sociopolitical and cultural issues of human import as evidenced in literature, art, television, cinema and journalism with special emphasis on New Literatures in English including translations and creative excursions.​

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Subhas Chandra Bose: Life, Work and Legacy

 

Subhas Chandra Bose: Life, Work and Legacy

Nibir K. Ghosh,
Sugam Anand,
Sunita Rani Ghosh &
Ami Adhar (Eds.)

AGRA: S. R. Scientific Publication
p.p. 208 Price ₹695
ISBN No. 978-8188805-235

Subhas Chandra Bose: Life, Work and Legacy

This bilingual collection of essays dedicated to various aspects of Netaji’s life, work and legacy is a humble attempt to bring together academics, scholars and intellectuals not only from various regions of this subcontinent but also from distant California (USA), separated by a geographical distance of almost half a world. The focus of the essays are on the mission and vision of a leader who gave his all so that India could be free for ever not only from alien rule but also from the chains of poverty, casteism, regionalism, communalism, religious bigotry, corruption, linguistic animosity.

The cue for this volume emerged out of a two-day National seminar organized at Agra from 27-28 November 2018 on the theme “Subhas Chandra Bose: Life, Work and Legacy” as part of a harmonious collaborative venture between Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra and Re-Markings (an international biannual journal of English Letters – www.re-markings.com) under the aegis of Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi. The said event saw the  gracious presence of Dr. Purabi Roy, ICHR Member and noted Bose scholar as Chief Guest, Eminent scholars and dignitaries from various parts of the country, academics from various colleges in the University and a host of Bose admirers who deliberated with passionate enthusiasm on the contemporary relevance of the revolutionary icon.