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Monday, January 13, 2020

Conundrum - Subhas Bose’s life after death (Review)

Book Name : Conundrum: Subhas Bose’s life after death
Author: Chandrachur Ghose and Anuj Dhar
Genre: History , Research
Format: Paperback
Language : English
Available on : Amazon , Flipkart
MRP : ₹995
Publication:  Vitasta Publishing Pvt. Ltd
Pages: 856

Suitable for : Above 15
Recomendation : Want a conclusion on Bose's mystery ??? Read It .

Concept : 
This is probably independent India's first unsolved mystery till date. A simple question, did Netaji actually die in a plane crash, in 1945?
The amount of research that probably went in answering that question through this book is remarkable. Anuj Dhar makes an honest, no-nonsense effort, to build the facts, painstakingly and assiduously.For the last 15 years, Chandrachur Ghose and Anuj Dhar meticulously followed every conceivable lead on the mysterious disappearance of Subhas Chandra Bose before zeroing in on the catastrophic truth about the fate of the man who freed India. The conclusion reached in Conundrum that Gumnami baba was Netaji is clinching because it is backed by far stronger evidence—eyewitness, documentary and forensic—than what Govt of India has adduced in favour of the air crash theory of Netaji’s death. 
         A fabulously detailed work with intricate research materials, the authors have put forth the facts in front of us in a comprehensive and lucid manner, and it is up to us readers to make the final assumptions as to what really happened to one of the greatest characters of Indian history. Revealing true history of India since Independence. Biggest secret is no more a secret: Netaji & Gumnami baba were same. Conspiracy of INC to hide real contribution of Netaji in our Independence. Through showcasing hard facts, the authors have demolished the entire official propaganda about the Bose mystery. Some serious questions raised. Now it's time to force the government to reveal whatever evidence they are having an order a probe into the matter immediately.

Criticism :
An 856 pages long book, you pick up any page, any chapter, and you are instantly drawn in by the content, a truly engrossing read. The page quality is good and so is the font-size - makes for a stress-free read, easy on the eyes. Anuj Dhar, and his Mission Netaji colleague Chandrachur Ghose, are the most authoritative researchers on the Netaji mystery matter. The research quality is of very high quality, and so is the interpretation and interlinking of the data. The book is a result of almost 2 decades of dedicated hard work and research , citing of secret government documents, court case proceedings on the matter, analysis of commission reports and proceedings, all in addition to all the highly valuable items and books and letters retrieved from Gumnami Baba's personal belongings after his passing away in 1985.

My Ratings:
Overall - 5/5
Title - 5/5
Cover - 5/5
Language - 5/5
Concept - 5/5

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