Netaji’s House and Museum in Cuttack gets a Facelift
TNI Bureau: The entire country is observing the 116th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose today, but Odisha is celebrating in different manner. His house at Cuttack, which has turned the museum, will have now light and sound system to tell the story of Netaji, who was one of the most prominent Indian nationalist leaders during Freedom struggle.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik will inaugurate the light and sound system of the museum on Bose’s birthday today. Hundreds of students have gathered outside the museum to pay the tribute to the patriot, whose death is still a mystery.
The light and sound system features a script (duration: 20-25 mins), which will narrate the story of the leader from his birth, his struggle for freedom, his participation in Calcutta (Kolkata) Presidency College, his entire journey from Odisha to Calcutta and many vital data about his life.
The museum will be in digital form to satisfy the enthusiasm of the audiences and people, who are now present today to observe his birth anniversary. The latest equipments like speaker, the sound card in the sound system, computer, amplifier speaker, and operating software have been used in the new system.
To attract the audience, laser light has been used in the light system.
Subhas Bose, who attempted to gain India’s independence from British rule by his force Azad Hind Fauj during the World War II with the help of Germany, his mysterious death is still a controversial.
He had formed his force after being ousted from the Indian National Congress in 1939 following differences with MK Gandhi.