Netaji was held captive by the British in the Gidda hills of Kurseong.

Netaji is a shining star in the history of India’s freedom struggle, he fought till the last day of his life to liberate the country. That fight will remain immortal in the pages of history. The Gidya Hills under The Kashiang of Darjeeling are colored in the pages of history. Because it was here that Netaji was kept under house arrest by the British for six months. In 1922, Netaji’s grandfather Sarat Chandra Bose bought a shail niwas with whom. From 1922 to 1935, the Bose family used to come here for holidays. In 1936, the court ordered the detention of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s residence for carrying out the activities of the freedom struggle. As Netaji was ill there, he was shifted to the shailinibash of Kurseong He was kept under house arrest by the British for 24 hours, but even then they could not stop Netaji. He used to do the work of liberating the country from here. Netaji spent most of the day reading books. From here he left with dust in the eyes of the British. There was nothing in his life except love for the mother of the country, there was always a thought of how to liberate the country. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was the terror of the British. He made a treaty with Hitler, the enemy of the English, to make the English suitable. In no way could the British stop him. Netaji fought for the country as a leader and sometimes as a revolutionary. After Netaji’s release from jail in 1945, the Bush family came to spend a holiday at the shailanibash. After that, the house was lying in a state of disrepair for some time, after which the Education Department took over this house. In 2001, during the tenure of West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, the museum was built in the house

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