Subhas Chandra Bose in Dalhousie

Subhas Chandra Bose, in order to recover from a failing health after coming back from Europe, went to Dalhousie in May 1937, being invited by Dr. Dharamveer and his wife Mrs. Janaki (Jane) Dharamveer. Subhas Chandra Bose's friendship with Dharamveer went back to his Cambridge days. Dr. Dharamveer remained in England for more than ten years and practised medicine. His wife was British but was adapted to Indian culture. She had developed great affection for Subhas in 1921 when young Subhas & Dilip Kumar Roy visited their home. Dharamveer's house in England had been a most warm and hospitable stay for the Indian students there. Subhas stayed in Dalhousie for about 6 months and returned in October, much recovered from his health.

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