Date 20-4-2021 Home Learning (Std.1 to 12)

Home Learning Video Date 20-4-2021

Subhas Chandra Bose was once born to Prabhavati Bose née Dutt and Janakinath Bose on 23 January 1897 in Cuttack—in what is these days the country of Odisha in India, however was once then the Orissa Division of Bengal Province in British India. Prabhavati, or familiarly Mā jananī (lit. "mother"), the anchor of household life, had her first baby at age 14 and 13 youngsters thereafter. Subhas used to be the ninth toddler and the sixth son. Jankinath, a profitable legal professional and authorities pleader, was once loyal to the authorities of British India and scrupulous about things of language and the law. A self-made man from the rural outskirts of Calcutta, he had remained in contact with his roots, returning yearly to his village at some stage in the pooja holidays.


Eager to be part of his 5 school-going older brothers, Subhas entered the Protestant European School in Cuttack in January 1902. English used to be the medium of all practise in the school, the majority of the college students being European or Anglo-Indians of blended British and Indian ancestry. The curriculum blanketed English—correctly written and spoken—Latin, the Bible, desirable manners, British geography, and British History; no Indian languages had been taught. The desire of the faculty used to be Janakinath's, who desired his sons to communicate flawless English with flawless intonation, believing both to be vital for get entry to to the British in India. The college contrasted with Subhas's home, the place solely Bengali used to be spoken. At home, his mom worshipped the Hindu goddesses Durga and Kali, informed tales from the epics Mahabharata and Ramayana, and sang Bengali spiritual songs. From her, Subhas imbibed a nurturing spirit, searching for conditions in which to assist human beings in distress, preferring gardening round the residence to becoming a member of in sports activities with different boys. His father, who used to be reserved in manner and busy with expert life, used to be a far away presence in a giant family, inflicting Subhas to experience he had a nondescript childhood. Still, Janakinath examine English literature avidly—John Milton, William Cowper, Matthew Arnold, and Shakespeare's Hamlet being amongst his favourites; quite a few of his sons have been to turn out to be English literature fanatics like him.

Home Learning Date: 20-4-2021


Std.1 Gujarati : Video
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Std.2 Gujarati : Video
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Std.3 Maths : Video
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Std.4 Maths : Video
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Std.5 Paryavaran : Video
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Std.6 Gujarati : Video
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Std.7 Gujarati : Video
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Std.8 Gujarati : Video
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Std.9 Maths : Video
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Std.12 Accounts : Video

Janakinath Bose, Prabhavati Bose, and their family, ca. 1905. Sarat Chandra Bose (standing, centre) and Subhas Bose (aged 8, standing, severe right).
In 1909 the 12-year-old Subhas Bose accompanied his 5 brothers to the Ravenshaw Collegiate School in Cuttak. Here, Bengali and Sanskrit had been additionally taught, as had been thoughts from Hindu scriptures such as the Vedas and the Upanishads now not typically picked up at home. Although his western training persevered apace, he started out to put on Indian garments and have interaction in spiritual speculation. To his mother, he wrote lengthy letters which displayed acquaintance with the thoughts of the Bengali mystic Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and his disciple Swami Vivekananda, and the novel Ananda Math via Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, famous then amongst younger Hindu men. Despite the preoccupation, Subhas used to be in a position to show an potential when wished to center of attention on his studies, to compete, and to be successful in exams. In 1912, he secured the 2nd function in the matriculation examination performed below the auspices of the University of Calcutta.