Paragraph on My Favorite Leader – by Rajan Karle



My favorite leader is the one who possesses all the traits of an idol. I was born and brought up in a family where every person follows the footsteps of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

I have been hearing the great stories of this man since my childhood. As a result, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose has become my favorite leader.


Subash Chandra Bose, popularly known as Netaji, was one of the greatest leaders of India. Netaji was born on 23rd Jan 1897 in Cuttack. He came from a prestigious and rich family. He was a brilliant student. His love for his country was evident from his younger days. He was expelled from school because he beat his teacher who passed bad comments on Indians.


After completing his school education in Cuttack and after graduation he went to Cambridge University. He was selected for ICS. But his patriotic feeling compelled him to resign from ICS. He joined the Congress movement to free India from British rule. British govt. house arrested him but he managed to escape during World War II.

He went to Germany and underwent military training. He raised the Indian National Army from amongst Indian prisoners of war. His appeal, “give me blood I will give you freedom”, was so powerful that many Indians joined the INA. The army had high morale and discipline. Japan also extended its support to Netaji.



The overall life of Netaji inspires all Indians. His sacrifices inspire every Indian with zealous patriotism.

There are very few leaders who can be compared with Netaji. He pledged to free his adored motherland from the oppression of British rulers. Many times he was arrested by the British police and sent to jail. This cruel activity of rulers never discouraged him, instead it increased his confidence. He was the person carrying enough courage to oppose Mahatma Gandhi. He decided to get help from Japan and Germany. He carried a magnificent power of unity and organization.


Many people believe that Netaji died in a plane crash. His death is still shrouded in mystery. Though Netaji is no more, yet his name will always shine. He is treated as one of the greatest martyrs and his memory remains alive in the heart of every Indian. Long live Netaji.

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