Subhash Chandra Bose also known as Netaji is popular for his struggles for independence of India. He is one of the prominent leaders who had devoted his life for India. His life is always an inspiration for people. Well.. Netaji has a love story too. In fact, it is not known to everyone that he has a wife and daughter as the couple always kept his marriage a secret. Have a look on his secret love story.
Subhash Chandra had an attractive personality and the girls used to like him very much. But he used to avoid everyone. There was only lady whom he had loved till his last breathe. His love story started in 1934 in Vienna, Austria where he went to Vienna to get his treatment.
During the Civil Disobedience Movement, his health began to worsen in prison and he was sent to Vienna for treatment. As the agitation was going in India so he decided to contribute to the movement through his writings. He got the task of writing a book named ‘The Indian Struggle’, for which he needed an associate who could help him in typing in English. This same search made him to meet 23 years old Emilie Schenkl. But he had never imagined that he would fall in love with lady. There was huge age difference between two as Subhash Chandra Bose was 37 years old and Emilie 23. Bose used to express his love through letters to Emilie. He also mentioned that their life would never be easy.
Just like every other love story has challenges, theirs had too. It was Bose who had fallen in love with Emilie asked for marriage. The girl’s father was against this relationship. But when Amelie’s family met Subhash Chandra Bose, he was so influenced by his personality that he agreed to get married. It is said that Subhash Chandra Bose and Emily also had a mysterious marriage on 26 December, 1937. Their marriage had always been under wraps due to involvement of Bose in freedom struggle.
On November 29, 1942, a daughter was born named Anita. Subhash came to Vienna to see his daughter and then wrote a letter to his brother Sarat Chandra Bose about her marriage and child. Shortly after the daughter’s birth, on January 8, 1943, Subhash left for Germany from Japan. This was his last meeting with his family as he died in crash in 1945.
She brought up their daughter Anita Bose. Emilie Schenkl had survived with memories of Bose and died in year 1996.