Vishwakarma Publications, Pune, released an important new title , “Netajinchya Mrutyuche Gudh…Bharatache Sarvat Mothe Rahasya”, at an event held at Akshardhara Book Gallery on 11th March 2016. This book is a translation of the original title “Indias Biggest Cover-up” by Anuj Dhar, published by Vitasta Publishing. On this occasion, the author was present and he was interviewd by Mr. Anand Hardikar, a well-known personality in Pune’s literary and publishing circles. Mr. Hardikar is an editor with Rajhans Prakashan and is also a serious analyst of history.
Anuj Dhar is a journalist and writer. He is also the founder trustee of “Mission Netaji”, a Delhi based NGO. At “Mission Netaji”, for more than a decade since 2001, Anuj Dhar and his team have been engaged in solving the mystery of Netaji Subhaschandra Bose’s disappearance in 1945. He began inquiries into Netaji’s disappearence in 2001. Eversince, he has accessed literally hundreds of classified papers from the archives of many countries across the globe.
Statements given by Habibur Rehman in the court of law were in fact the orders executed as given by Netaji. Then why did Netaji give such orders? Why the hoax of a plane crash? Whose are the ashes preserved at Renkoji temple? Who was Bhagwanji baba? What happened to the treasures of INA? These and many other such questions are answered in the book “Netajinchya Mrutyuche Gudh…Bharatache Sarvat Mothe Rahasya?” Rich with photographs of documents which are still classified and recovered under RTI from Japan, UK, and full of other supporting evidence, this book is one of its kind and brings the reader eye to eye with the hidden reality. Translated by Dr. Meena Shete – Sambhu, this book is a must-have for every Indian desirous to know “What happened to Netaji?”
The audience present interacted with Anuj Dhar and queried him on certain aspects of his research. The vote of thanks was proposed by Vishal Soni, CEO of Vishwakarma Publications.
Priced at Rs.650, the 536 pages book will surely find a place on the book-shelves of avid readers.
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