Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose is a great leader and respected personality of India. During British Raj he fights for India’s freedom and put himself in creating a nation for their beloved brothers and sisters of India. In Indian independence movement his participation was significant; he was revived and led the Indian National Army for fighting against British Army. Netaji was burned in the year 1897 in 23 January at Cuttack, Odisha (Orissa), Division, Bengal Province, British India. During those days Cuttack was the capital of Odisha (Orissa) and a major city in terms of business, trading, education and politics. This city is famous for many reasons, but as Netaji Birth Place its world famous.
Netaji’s father Mr. Jankinath Bose was a prominent and wealthy lawyer in the city Cuttack during birth time of Netaji, he comes under the influence of sunlight first in Cuttack, Odisha (Orissa). As his father was a successful lawyer and rich man in comparison to other normal peoples of that era, so Netajis childhood goes under a happy and comfortable way. He started their studies at Ravenshaw Collegiate School, Cuttack then at University of Calcutta and University of Cambridge. Mostly Subhas Chandra Bose’s child period was continued in Cuttack then he shifted to Calcutta and his glorious life as a freedom fighter grows. Now days tourists from all over the globe coming to see the Netaji’s Birth Place in Cuttack, his home, his school, village and many more.
By Air: Bhubaneswar airport is the nearest airport to reach Netaji’s Birth Place Cuttack.
By Train: Cuttack head railway station is the nearest railway station to reach Netaji’s Birth Place.
By Road: Cuttack is well connected with all other districts of Odisha like Bhubaneswar, Dhenkanal etc by road, so anyone can easily reach this place.
Throughout the year all times are suitable but during October to March is best time to visit this place.