Mahatma Gandhi's choice of Subhas Chandra Bose as Congress President became known at the time of the meeting of the All India Congress Committee in Calcutta in October 1937. The following month on his own volition and with Gandhi's blessings he left on a trip to Europe. He spent nearly a month and a half from 22 November 1937 to 7 January 1938 at his favourite Austrian resort, Badgastain, where Emilie Schenkl joined him. There in the course of ten days in December 1937 he wrote ten chapters of his autobiography." Bose had intended to write three chapters on his fundamental beliefs: 'My Faith-Philosophical', 'My Faith-Political' and 'My Faith-Economic'. Of these he was able to complete only the first which formed the final chapter of his unfinished autobiography- 'Reality,' he concluded, c ••• is Spirit, the essence of which is Love, gradually unfolding itself in an eternal play of conflicting forces and their solutions.
If I were asked to choose the most fascinating Indian personality from the galaxy of great men of India, I would definitely choose Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the great patriot of India. To me, he stands as the finest soul ever produced by India- the symbol of patriotism and vibrant nationalism. Netaji’s name today evokes admiration, love and high esteem from all.
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At the Tripuri Congress the right-wing was able to pass a resolution stating that the Congress executive should be formed 'in accordance with the wishes of Gandhiji' and command his 'implicit confidence'. Since Gandhi remained obdurate and refused to suggest names for the Working Committee, Subhas Chandra Bose resigned as Congress President on •29 April 1939. Throughout the crisis Nehru had sought to playa mediating role, keeping at least a slight distance from the joint actions of the Working Committee led by Vallabhbhai Patel. Bose, however, felt completely betrayed by Nehru's latest attempt at 'riding two horses'. He had regarded Nehru as his 'elder brother' who had abetted his political opponents in their 'vendetta'. 'The unity that we strive for or maintain,' he wrote to Nehru, 'must be the unity of action and not the unity of in- action'."
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