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“Will you marry me?”
I asked her in a typical way; kneeling down with a beautiful ring, balloons and lights all hung around , and a romantic music in the background.
Her eyes were filled with tears. She said trying hard not to cry, “I want to, you know that. But I can’t. I really can’t do this to you”
I slipped the ring inside her finger and said, “Nothing matters. You and me, this matters”
She started crying and said, “No, I look like a monster. I am a monster. Let me go.” She started to take out the ring but I stopped her.
“You are not a monster, sweetheart. He is. And trust me, you’re still the most beautiful girl I have ever seen ” I said and held back my tears. I stood up and kissed her left cheek which was disfigured by an acid that was thrown on her by some guy who claimed to love her so much.
“No” was all she said before she pushed my hand away, took out the ring and kept it on the table, and ran away crying.
That’s the beauty of personality. Unlike physical appearance, it never dies.
I went to her the next day and the moment she saw me, she opened her eyes widely and started crying after screaming in anger.
“How could you?” she managed to scream in between her tears.
I smiled at her, “Because now, we both are monsters and we will live together in our monstrous castle.”
I hugged her tightly and saw my reflection in the mirror. My face was all burnt and disfigured by acid. But I didn’t look like a monster nor did she. With her, I always looked great. We were perfect for each other.
I played a romantic song from my phone, took out the ring after kneeling down and smiled at her while she cried.
“Will you marry me?” I asked her again.

Subhash Chandra Bose Facts:

Subhash Chandra Bose Facts:
Born: Born on 23rd of January in 1897 in the Cuttack, Orissa Division, Bengal Province, India
Died: Died on 18th of August in the year 1945
Nationality: Indian
Religion: Hinduism
Education: University of Calcutta
Famous for: Figure of Indian independence movement

• President of the Indian National Congress (in 1938)
• General of Azad Hind army (from 1943 to 1945)
Political party: Indian National Congress and Forward Bloc

Mother: Prabhavati Devi
Father: Janakinath Bose
Spouse: Emilie Schenkl
Children: Anita Bose Pfaff

Subhash Chandra Bose Birthday 2016
The birthday of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in 2016 would be celebrated on 23rd of January at Saturday. It would be celebrated as the 119th birthday anniversary of the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

Subhash Chandra Bose Birthday
Subhash Chandra Bose birthday anniversary is celebrated every year with the great honor by the people including government and non government organizations. As he was one of the most well known Indian leaders during the independence movement, he has become a great legendary figure in the history of India.
It has been demanded by the Netaji’s followers to celebrate his birthday anniversary as a “Desh Prem Divas” in order to re-memorize his great sacrifice towards the country.

Biography of Subhash Chandra Bose
Subhash Chandra Bose was a great Indian nationalist and famous by the title Netaji, born on 23rd of January in the year 1897 in the Cuttack, Orissa Division of Bengal Province. When he was just 48, he got died on 18th of August in the year 1945. His mother name was Mrs. Prabhavati Devi and father name was Mr. Janakinath Bose. His father was an advocate. He was the ninth child of his parents among fourteen siblings.
Between 1920s and 1930s, he was a leader of the Indian National Congress and became the Congress President from 1938-1939. Later he was expelled from the Congress in the year 1939 and sited under the house arrest by the British. Then he went to the Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan for getting assistance for the independence of India by British rule.
He became successful in organizing an Indian National Army by the support of the Japanese. He died because of the third degree burn when he attempted to escape in the burdened plane of Japanese which got crashed in the Taiwan.

His Early Life
Subhash Chandra Bose got admission to the Protestant European School in the month of January in 1902. He then admitted to the Ravenshaw Collegiate School and again to the Presidency College after getting second position in metric exam in the year 1913. His nationalistic character came to his way and he expelled from the Presidency College. After that he joined Scottish Church College (University of Calcutta) to complete his B.A. degree in philosophy in the year 1918.
In the year 1919 he went to the England to Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge for getting appeared in the Civil Services Examination. He ranked 4th in the Civil Services Examination and got selected but he denied to work under the British government. He resigned to the civil service job and came to the India where he started the Swaraj newspaper for the promotion of Bengal Provincial Congress Committee. In 1937, he furtively married to the Emilie Schenkl (daughter of Austrian veterinarian) in the Austria.

His Political Career
He selected as the All India Youth Congress President as well as Bengal State Congress Secretary. He also became the Forward newspaper editor and worked as a CEO of the Municipal Corporation of Calcutta. Once he got tuberculosis when he was arrested.
In the year 1927, he was assigned as a general secretary of Congress party when he released from the prison. For the independence of the India, he had worked with the Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. In the case of civil disobedience he once more arrested and went to the jail.

All India Forward Bloc
He had planned the Forward Bloc on 22nd of June in the year 1939 to consolidate with the left political career. Muthuramalingam Thevar was his big political supporter who had arranged a huge rally during Subhash Chandra Bose’s visit to the Madurai on 6th of September.
From 1941 to 1943, he had lived in the Berlin. He led the Azad Hind Fauj through his eminent quotation like “Give me blood, and I shall give you freedom!”. In his speech on 6th of July in the year 1944, he said Mahatma Gandhi the “Father of the Nation” which was broadcasted by the Singapore Azad Hind Radio. His other famous quote was “Dilli Chalo” to encourage the INA armies. “Jai Hind”, “Glory to India!” was an additional slogan generally used by him which was later accepted by the Indian Government and Indian Armed Forces.
Japanese Prime Minister (Shinzo Abe) on his visit to the Subhash Chandra Bose’s memorial hall in the Kolkata on 23rd of August in 2007 said that, Japanese are extremely motivated by the strong will of the Bose in order to lead the independence movement in India from the British rule. He is a great personality and cherished name in the Japan.

Quotes of Subhash Chandra Bose
• “Freedom is not given, it is taken”.
• “One individual may die for an idea; but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives. That is how the wheel of evolution moves on and the ideas and dreams of one nation are bequeathed to the next”.
• “You give me your blood and I will give you Independence!”.

List of Chief Guests Invited in Indian Republic Day Celebrations

List of Chief Guests Invited in Indian Republic Day Celebrations

Year Guest Name Country
1. 2016 President, Francois Hollande (5th invitation) France
2. 2015 President, Barack Obama (First U.S. President to be invited) USA
3. 2014 Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe Japan
4. 2013 King, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck (4th invitation) Bhutan
5. 2012 Prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra Thailand
6. 2011 President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (2nd invitation) Indonesia
7. 2010 President, Lee Myung Bak Republic of Korea
8. 2009 President, Nursultan Nazarbayev Kazakhstan
9. 2008 President, Nicolas Sarkozy France
10. 2007 President, Vladimir Putin (3rd invitation) Russia
11. 2006 King, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud Saudi Arabia
12. 2005 King, Jigme Singye Wangchuck Bhutan
13. 2004 President, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva Brazil
14. 2003 President, Mohammed Khatami Iran
15. 2002 President, Cassam Uteem (3rd invitation) Mauritius
16. 2001 President, Abdelaziz Bouteflika Algeria
17. 2000 President, Olusegun Obasanjo (2nd invitation) Nigeria
18. 1999 King, Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev (2nd invitation) Nepal
19. 1998 President, Jacques Chirac France
20. 1997 Prime Minister, Basdeo Panday Trinidad and Tobago
21. 1996 President, Dr. Fernando Henrique Cardoso Brazil
22. 1995 President, Nelson Mandela South Africa
23. 1994 Prime Minister, Goh Chok Tong Singapore
24. 1993 Prime Minister, John Major (2nd invitation) United Kingdom
25. 1992 President, Mário Soares Portugal
26. 1991 President, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom Maldives
27. 1990 Prime Minister, Anerood Jugnauth Mauritius
28. 1989 General Secretary, Nguyen Van Linh Vietnam
29. 1988 President, Junius Jayewardene Sri Lanka
30. 1987 President, Alan Garcia Peru
31. 1986 Prime Minister, Andreas Papandreou Greece
32. 1985 President, Raúl Alfonsín Argentina
33. 1984 King, Jigme Singye Wangchuck Bhutan
34. 1983 President, Shehu Shagari Nigeria
35. 1982 King, Juan Carlos I Spain
36. 1981 President, Jose Lopez Portillo Mexico
37. 1980 President, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing France
38. 1979 Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser Australia
39. 1978 President, Patrick Hillery Ireland
40. 1977 First Secretary, Edward Gierek Poland
41. 1976 Prime Minister, Jacques Chirac France
42. 1975 President, Kenneth Kaunda Zambia
43. 1974 President, Josip Broz Tito (2nd invitation) Yugoslavia
Prime Minister, Sirimavo Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike Sri Lanka
44. 1973 President, Mobutu Sese Seko Zaire
45. 1972 Prime Minister, Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Mauritius
46. 1971 President, Julius Nyerere Tanzania
47. 1969 Prime Minister, Todor Zhivkov Bulgaria
48. 1968 Prime Minister, Alexei Kosygin (2nd invitation) Soviet Union
President, Josip Broz Tito Yugoslavia
49. 1965 Food and Agriculture Minister, Rana Abdul Hamid (2nd invitation) Pakistan
50. 1963 King, Norodom Sihanouk Cambodia
51. 1961 Queen, Elizabeth II United Kingdom
52. 1960 President, Kliment Voroshilov Soviet Union
53. 1958 Marshall Ye Jianying People’s Republic of China
54. 1955 Governor General, Malik Ghulam Muhammad (First guest for parade at Rajpath) Pakistan
55. 1954 King, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck Bhutan
56. 1950 President, Sukarno Indonesia
57. – 67 1953, 1952 ,1951, 1957, 1956 ,1959, 1962, 1964 , 1967 , 1966, 1970 – No Chief Guests

The Republic Day is celebrated to remember the transition of India into a republic nation and the implementation of the Constitution of India on January 26th, 1950. A grand event is organized in the capital of New Delhi, wherein the President hoists and unfurls the Indian flag, which is followed by a massive parade. India welcomes a different chief guest every year to witness its Republic Day celebrations. The honorable chief guest is the head of state or government of another country. The guest is chosen on the basis of certain factors, be it, strategic, diplomatic, business interest or international geo-politics.

It’s an old tradition at Republic Day Parade to invite a Prime Minister of another country showcasing our culture and traditions. In this year, India welcomes the France President, Francois Hollande, as a chief guest at the 67th Indian Republic Day 2016.