Speech on Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti and Parakram Diwas in Hindi: Netaji’s birth anniversary is January 23. Parakram Diwas honours Subhash Chandra Bose, the great leader of India’s freedom struggle. You give me your blood, and I will give you your freedom…. Thank you. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was born on January 23, 1897 in Cuttack, Odisha, and gave new life to the freedom struggle with slogans like Chalo Dilli. Netaji’s biography, thoughts, and harsh sacrifice as one of the country’s freedom fighters are very inspiring for today’s youth. On the occasion of Subhash Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary, schools and colleges hold speech and essay competitions based on Netaji. If you want to compete in a speech competition, you can use the speech provided below as an example.
Here is an example of a speech for Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti (Valour Day Speech)
The principal, respected teachers, and my dear colleagues are all present. My greetings to everyone. We have gathered here today to commemorate the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the country’s great freedom fighter. On this day, the entire country celebrates Parakram Divas. The Government of India has declared that the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose will be celebrated as Parakram Divas in 2021. The charismatic leader Subhash Chandra Bose’s slogans had infused tremendous life into the freedom movement and the general public. ‘You give me your blood, I will give you your freedom….!’ and Jai Hind! These were the slogans that gave the freedom struggle impetus and edge.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was born in Cuttack, Odisha on January 23, 1897. He had always excelled in school since he was a child. Since his school days, everyone could see his nationalist tendencies. Following his education, he enrolled at the Presidency College in Kolkata, but was expelled for extreme nationalist activities. Following that, he attended Cambridge University to study engineering. Netaji turned down a lucrative position in the Indian Civil Service to join the freedom struggle. He came in fourth place in the Indian Civil Services Examination. The position of civil servant is highly regarded in India, but Netaji chose to devote the rest of his life to freeing India from British colonial rule.
The Jallianwala Bagh incident in 1919 so upset him that he joined the freedom struggle. He was imprisoned several times for speaking out against the British, but his determination to liberate the country grew stronger.
On 21 October 1943, Netaji formed the ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ to liberate India from the British, establishing the ‘Azad Hind Government’. Subhash Chandra Bose and his army then arrived in Burma (now Myanmar) on July 4, 1944. ‘You give me blood, I will give you freedom,’ he said here.
Netaji was impatient for India’s independence. He galvanised the masses’ desire for liberty. Netaji formed the ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ in 1943 to liberate India from the British, establishing the ‘Azad Hind Government’. This government was also recognised by nine countries, including Germany, Italy, Japan, Ireland, China, Korea, and the Philippines.
Subhash Chandra Bose and his army then arrived in Burma (now Myanmar) on July 4, 1944. ‘You give me blood, I will give you freedom,’ he said here. With renewed zeal, he chanted ‘Delhi Chalo’ and marched to liberate India. In addition, he founded the Azad Hind Radio Station in Germany and led the Indian National Movement in East Asia. During WWII, he travelled to countries such as the Soviet Union, Nazi Germany, and Japan to seek cooperation against the British government.
Friends, today’s youth are inspired by Subhash Chandra Bose’s personality. His ideas and statements are still etched in the minds of the Indian people. His upbeat slogans are still relevant today. When the Jai Hind slogan is raised, the air is filled with patriotism. Today, my friends, is the day to learn from Netaji’s life and sacrifice. Today, we should make a commitment to uphold his ideals.
With this, I’d like to conclude my remarks. Thank you. Mother India will live forever.