Digital exhibition “Subhash Abhinandan” inaugurated on 134th Foundation Day of National Archives of India

Digital exhibition “Subhash Abhinandan” inaugurated on 134th Foundation Day of National Archives of India

Union Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal will inaugurate the digital exhibition “Subhash Abhinandan” at the National Archives of India on the occasion of its 134th Foundation Day.

On the occasion of the 134th Foundation Day of the National Archives of India, Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs and Culture Arjun Ram Meghwal  will inaugurate a digital exhibition titled “Subhash Abhinandan” in New Delhi on March 11. Organized by the National Archives of India,  the exhibition commemorates the life of Subhas Chandra Bose,  comprising 16 volumes covering key aspects from his birth to the present day  .


  1. Exhibition Overview

The digital exhibition “Subhash Abhinandan”  highlights the life of Subhas Chandra Bose, providing insights through a collection of documents.

It  is spread over 16 volumes, covering important milestones from Bose’s birth to his enduring legacy.

  1. Document Highlights

The items on display include Janaki Nath Bose’s diary, Bose’s birth records and his results of the Civil Services Examination.

It carefully describes Subhas Chandra Bose’  s journey and struggles from 1920 to 1940,  providing a comprehensive understanding of his speeches, adventures and the formation of the Azad Hind Fauj.

  1. Recognition and respect

Addressing the Bharat Ratna award and its postponement,  the exhibition highlights the Ministry’s efforts to honour Bose’s contributions.

It highlights the efforts made by the Ministry of Culture to recognize and commemorate the legacy of Subhas Chandra Bose.


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