Netaji Museum, Cuttack

The horse carriage at Netaji Museum, Cuttack

 

About the Museum

The place is an important landmark in the history of India’s freedom struggle, its here in this very house on 23rd January 1897 did the famed freedom fighter and founder of the Indian Armed Forces Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was born to eminent lawyer Janakinath Bose and Prabhavati Devi. He was the ninth child amongst his fourteen siblings.
The residence of Advocate Jankinath’s Bose, father of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was recently renovated and refurbished and converted into a museum.
The museum has many exhibits of the Bose household and houses twenty two original letters written by Netaji amongst other things. The museum also has Jankinath’s diary as an exhibit.

Location – Oriya Bazaar, Just behind Big bazaar mall in jail road
Timings – 9am to 8pm. The Museum remains closed on Sunday.
Entry Ticket – Rs 5 for adults and Rs.10 for foreigners
** Photography isn’t allowed inside the museum premises**

 

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In And Around Cuttack

The millennium city is a city of milestones in Odisha’s history. The Buddhist heritage sites and the beauty of the catchment areas of Mahanadi are its chief attractions.



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