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The most memorable place in our visit to Kurseong was Netaji Institute for Asian Studies. All Indians feel proud for Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose whose contribution to freedom movement of India is beyond any question. We visited the House of Netaji at Gidhapahar which is...More
Situated on top of Giddapahar, just about 2 km from the city centre is a majestic wooden bungalow which belonged to the Bose family. The Bengal government in 1995 requisitioned the house and opened it as the Netaji Subha Chandra Museum. I must say that...More
Located approximately 2km from kurseong town on Girdha pahar this museum contains Bose memorabilia. With all the current and past controversies associated with this Great man's life this place is worth a visit.
Netaji stayed here for a few months during his internment by the British. He penned his address in the Hirapura conference here. The museum contains memorabilia and items of Netaji's use. Bengalis and patriots might feel nostalgic about these but there is nothing inherently important...More
It is a place which has many hidden gems of indian history. Photographs, letters written by Rabindranath Tagore and Nehru, they are all well maintained. Unfortunately when we went there was a power cut. so could not enjoy the entire thing.
I always love to see anything related to the great Indian freedom fighter and leader - Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose as his life has been kept a mystery by some erstwhile powerful leaders. It's a nice experience to have a glimpse of his life here....More