10 Lines on Ras Behari Bose

Ras Behari Bose was a revolutionary freedom fighter and a true lover of her motherland. He started his revolutionary activities when he was a child. When Ras Behari Bose was a college-going student, he came in touch with other revolutionaries and involved in the freedom struggle. His first incident of the revolution was the Alipore bombing case from where he escaped followed by a failed attempt of assassinating Lord Hardinge in New Delhi.

Ras Behari Bose flew to Japan where he managed to get support and resources for freedom struggle started the Indian National Army with the prisoners of wars of India.

Ten Lines on Ras Behari Bose

Set 1

1) Ras Behari Bose was a revolutionary freedom fighter of the Indian independence struggle.

2) Ras Behari Bose was a great organizer who organized the ‘Indian National Army’.

3) Ras Behari Bose was born on 25th May 1886 in the Burdhawan district of West Bengal.

4) Ras Behari Bose got his primary education at the village Pathshala at his birthplace.

5) Bose earned his degrees in medical science and engineering from France and Germany.

6) Ras Behari Bose was keenly interested in the revolutionary activities since childhood.

7) Ras Behari Bose’s involvement leads him to participate in the 1908 Alipore bombing case.

8) Bose along with other peoples involved in a failed bomb throwing on Lord Hardinge.

9) Bose fled to Japan for seeking the support of the Japanese in the Indian freedom struggle.

10) Ras Behari Bose died on 21st January 1945 in Tokyo, Japan, suffering from tuberculosis.


Set 2

1) Ras Behari Bose was a freedom fighter was active while living in India as well as when he flew to Japan, he also arranged the resources for Indian independence.

2) Ras Behari Bose also organized ‘Ghadar Mutiny’ in 1915, he also founded ‘Indian National Army’ which he handed over to ‘Subhash Chandra Bose’.

3) Ras Behari Bose was born in Subaldaha village in Burdawan district of West Bengal, his father was ‘Binod Behari Bose’ and his mother was ‘Bhubaneswari Devi’.

4) Ras Behari Bose’s early education was completed under the guidance of his grandfather ‘Kalicharan Bose’ at a village Pathshala.

5) In his adulthood Ras Behari Bose earned the degrees of medical sciences as well as engineering from France and Germany.

6) Ras Behari Bose was very much interested in the revolutionary activities from childhood; he had to leave Bengal to avoid Alipore bombing case trial of 1908.

7) Ras Behari Bose and other revolutionaries tried to kill Lord Hardinge but it became a failed attempt, anyhow Bose managed to escape that site.

8) Bose fled to Japan in 1915, he used another name ‘Priyantha Tagore’ a relative of Rabindranath Tagore, he tried to manage the resources for freedom movement.

9) While staying in Japan Bose met people who were imprisoned by Japan and with the help of those prisoners, he organized the Indian national army.

10) Ras Behari Bose settled in Japan as its citizen till his death, he received ‘order of the rising sun (grade 2)’ by the Japanese government posthumously.


Set 3

1) Born in the 20th century, Rash Behari Bose was a great revolutionary in India.

2) He was born on 25th May 1886 in the village of Subaldah in Bardhaman district, West Bengal.

3) His college principal Charu Chandra Roy inspired him to go into revolutionary politics.

4) After meeting Jatindranath Mukherjee, the most important person of Yugantar, he started secretly participating in revolutionary events in Bengal.

5) He established the 'Indian Independence League' in Tokyo in March 1942 and also proposed to form an army for the independence of India.

6) In June 1942, he convened the second conference of the Indian Independence League in Bangkok, inviting Subhash Chandra Bose to join the league and become its president.

7) In Japan, along with his Japanese revolutionary friends, he constantly tried for the independence of the country.

8) In Japan, he worked in English teaching, writing and journalism and also took out a newspaper called 'New Asia'.

9) He also learned Japanese and wrote a total of 16 books in this language.

10) He also translated the Hindu scripture 'Ramayana' into Japanese.

Set 4

1) Rasbihari Bose was an Indian revolutionary who played an important role in the organization of 'Gadar' and 'Azad Hind Fauj' against the British rule.

2) He not only within the country but also in other countries, conducted revolutionary activities against the British government and tried for freedom of India.

3) Rasbihari Bose planned to bomb Delhi's contemporary Viceroy of India, Lord Charles Harding.

4) Rasbihari Bose was associated with revolutionary activities for the first time during the partition of Bengal in 1905.

5) During the First World War, many leaders of the era planned the 'armed revolution', in which Rasbihari Bose played a major role.

6) In June 1918, he escaped and reached Japan and continued working for Indian independence from there.

7) In 1916 Rasbihari Bose married the daughter of Soma Aijo and Soma Kotsuko, a famous Pan-Asian supporter and in 1923 took Japanese citizenship.

8) Rasbihari Bose played an important role in raising the Japanese authorities in favour of the Indian independence movement and the nationalists.

9) This brave son of Mother India went to the other world on 21st January, 1945, to dream of liberating India from English rule.

10) The Japanese government honoured him with the 'Order of the Rising Sun'.


Ras Behari Bose was such a leader who never surrendered to the Britishers, he always fought against them. Since childhood, he was of the revolutionary nature and when Bose started going to college, he started his revolutionary activities after getting into touch with Jatin das and other freedom fighters. Due to some unavoidable situation, he was forced to leave India, Bose took asylum in Japan and there he created the Indian national army (INA).

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