HMV holds an International Interactive Talk on Netaji Subash Chander Bose

True love for the motherland can only bloom in the garden of a larger humanity : Bose
Jalandhar December 15 (Jaswinder Azad)- Under the motivation and guidance of Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen, an International Interactive Talk was organized on ‘Netaji Subash Chander Bose’ at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya by the Innovation Cell and Department of History.
For the occasion, Gardiner Professor of Oceanic History and Affairs at Harvard University and M.P. (Lok Sabha) Sugata Bose was the resource person. His field of specialization is Modern South Asian and Indian Ocean History. Principal Dr. Ajay Sareen and Dr. Ramnita Saini Sharda, Dean Innovation welcomed him with a sapling. Moderator of the entire session was Dr. Ramnita Saini Sharda who introduced -A recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship by telling about all his publications.
During this interactive talk, an eloquent orator shared about the life and work of Netaji Subash Chander Bose. He said, “The credit for preserving and presenting Netaji’s biography to the world belongs entirely to my father Dr. Sisir Kumar Bose who was ably helped by my mother Krishna Bose and a small band of dedicated workers. He collected letters, documents, speeches, photographs, audio recordings and film footage connected with Netaji from all over the world.” Sugata Bose deftly explores the charismatic personality . He brilliantly evokes Netaji’s ideology, work and his love for the nation. He further said,” I would urge contemporary youth to never lose faith in India’s destiny. However, they should avoid the snare of narrow nationalism. True love for the motherland can only bloom in the garden of a larger humanity.”
Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen in her address said that Subhash Chander Bose is a legendary example for the students as well as teachers who wish to lead an ideal life in this materialistic world. Students and teachers actively participated in the interaction .The stage was conducted by Protima, Head of History Department.

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