President Pranab Mukherjee visits Netaji Research Bureau, Netaji Bhawan, on September 15, 2012, to pay his homage to Netaji on his first trip to Kolkata as President. NRB Chairperson Krishna Bose welcomes him and shows him round the museum.

Netaji Bhawan, Calcutta, where the museum, archives and library of Netaji Research Bureau are located, is the ancestral house of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose owned and managed by the Bureau. Netaji is regarded as a national hero in India and widely respected in the whole of Asia for his struggle and sacrifice for the liberation of India and all Asian peoples and the establishment of an international order based on justice, friendship and cooperation. The house is a national shrine and visited by thousands of Indians, many Asians and people from across the world all the year round. The Netaji Research Bureau, founded by Dr Sisir Kumar Bose in 1957, is an internationally renowned institute of history, politics and international relations. Its Netaji Museum is the finest museum on the Indian independence movement.
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