The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Birthplace Museum is a historic site that evokes national pride in Cuttack, India. The museum preserves the childhood home of the Indian independence activist and military leader, who is revered for leading the Indian National Army against British rule.
This 19th-century building in Oriya Bazar, now known as Janakinath Bhawan, memorializes where Subhas Chandra Bose was born on September 23rd, 1897. He lived in this ancestral house with his eight brothers, six sisters, and parents until leaving to further his education in Calcutta at age 16 after excelling on the high school entrance exam at Ravenshaw College in Cuttack.
As a museum and tourist destination, The Netaji Birth Place showcases 22 original letters he wrote to his family from prison and during his international travels to Geneva, Milan, Myanmar, Mandalay, Rangoon, Berlin, and more. The site offers visitors a view into the origins of a national hero who continues inspiring generations of Indians in their struggles for independence. It remains a symbol of one of India’s most courageous freedom fighter’s sacrifices to emancipate his country from British colonial rule.
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Nearest Bus Stop and Distance
The nearest Bus stop is Cuttack Bus Stand, which is located around 2.5 Km distance from Netaji Birth Place Museum
Nearest Railway Station & Distance
The Nearest Railway Station is Cuttack, which is located around 4.5 Km distance from Netaji Birth Museum
Nearest Airport and Distance
The nearest airport is Biju Patnaik International Airport, which is located around 32 Km distance from Netaji Birth Museum
Netaji Birth Place Museum’s Opening Time
Netaji Birth Place Museum’s opening time is Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to Evening 4.30 pm and Monday closed
Ideal Time to visit
The Best time to visit Netaji Birth Place Museum is at all times of the year