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By Anupam Kapil

Controversies surrounding death of Subhash Chandra Bose, India’s most loved leader and hero simply refuse to die down even 60 years after his mysterious disappearance after the air crash in 1945. Various theories circulate, from his living a monastic life to having perished in the crash. The Mukherjee Commission has recently stated in its report that Subhash Bose’s name does not appear in the death register of Japanese local municipality in Taihoku 10 days after the August 17,1945 crash.

Astrological analysis of his planets indicates that in all probability Subhash Bose was alive till 1962, or latest till 1968 (Saturn- Jupiter dasha) he could have been alive. He had a westward journey back probably through the mountains. He led a secret, probably a monastic life for the rest of his life after the accident and even his ultimate death was a highly guarded secret as Saturn is in Scorpio (sign of secrets and mysteries). It is quite certain that he has not died in the air accident on 17.8.1945 as there was no affliction on that date, except that of Mars, which just shows a violent accident.

He did suffer head injuries, but death is ruled out as he was running Jupiter dasha and Saturn being in 8th house gives a fairly long life. Interestingly the date of his accident also adds to number 8 He couldn’t get a guru as his Jupiter was retrograde in fifth house. 8th house (house of death) has no affliction on the date of accident, though Jupiter is retrograde it cannot give madhyam aayu (medium longevity). Besides Saturn in 8th house is said to give long life. On the date of accident Mars was on natal Mars, shows accident but not death. Bose’s chart shows poetic talents of an extraordinary nature. From his Chandra lagna, Sun (atmakaraka) is in 10th with Mercury aspected by Saturn, Mercury stands for Jeevitha (form of Vishnu worship) and Saturn for Nirgrashta or some sort of digambara sanyasin.

In any way, these planets indicate renunciation, yogic sadhana and attainment of inner peace, he led the years after his accident as a true brahmachari, a celibate, physically and mentally. Due to Ketu being 14 degrees away from Mars he hated political opportunism. Saturn’s aspects suggests his national songs were sparks of spiritual heroism expressing the spirit of Upanishads and Gita.

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