Emotion and Attitude of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose towards Emancipation of India from British Colonial Rule
Dr. Kaliprasanna Nai
Attitude, Emotion, Emancipation, Childhood, Adolescence, Mature Phase of life, Psychological Effects
An immortal personality not only Indian subcontinent but also the people who faced, facing or would be faced the furious colonial rule in the different regions of the world, and they have been struggled with colonial government as wanted to emancipate from colonialism certainly remembered that great mental strength who has known in this universe as ‘Netaji’, is actually our Subhas Chandra Bose to all the Indians. If it is measured the psychological effects on Indian freedom movements, then it should be observed the emotion and attitude of Subhas Chandra Bose towards Indian freedom through the analysis of his activities regarding Indian Independence from psychological standpoint. Thus, the emphasis has given on emotion and attitude of Subhas Chandra Bose during his childhood period, and it has justified through his behaviour. An attempt has also been taken to measure the changing attitude and emotion of Subhas during the phase of adolescence. This study has also been assessed the emotion and attitude of that renowned personality towards Indian freedom through his initiatives and performances during his mature phase of life, this paper aims to provide a theoretical frame with psychological aspects, particularly emotion and attitude of Subhas chandra Bose towards Indian Freedom Movement.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 848 - 854
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