[Below: Head of bronze statue of Chandra Bose.]

[Below: Here is an Indian 1964 postcard depicting Chandra Bose. Also of interest are the two postage stamps bearing his image.
The postage stamp on the left commemorates 67 years since the birth of Bose. Click on the image for a larger view.]

[Below: Here is the postage stamp on the left.]

[Below: A 1964 commemorative envelope using the postage stamp above.]

[Below: Here is the postage stamp on the right.]

[Below: A 1964 commemorative envelope using the postage stamp above.]

[Below: Here are the two stamps above mentioned in the Stanley Gibbons Catalogue from 1973. 'I.N.A.' stands for the Indian National Army.]

[Below: Also related, here is a 1964 commemorative envelope commemorating the 'Quit India' movement. This was a protest movement started by Mahatma Gandhi on August 8, 1942 demanding an end to British rule. It failed.]

[Below: Here are the sheets to the above stamps.]


[Below: Modern stamp sheet from 2001.]

[Below: close-up]


[Below: Stamp sheet from 1997.]

[Below: Close-up.]


[Below: This postcard bears a stamp that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Chandra Bose.]

[Below: Here is a post office folio that bears a stamp that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Chandra Bose.]


[Below: This 1968 envelope is commemorating the Azad Hind's 25th anniversary.]


[Below: 1993 Indian stamp commemorating the Golden Jubilee of the Indian National Army. Fifty years!]


[Below: A couple of very strange items...
In 1964, to commemorate 67 years since Chandra Bose's birth, the Indian post office allowed the 1943 Waffen-SS Azad Hind stamps to be used.
The post office release of these was very limited.
How odd that it took 21 years to use these stamps, since they were never used in 1943 due to the war!]

[Below: A close-up of the above postcard.]


[Below: Here is a postcard honoring the Azad Hind that also bears a stamp from the 1943 Waffen-SS issue.]


[Below: Here is a commemorative postage stamp from Mozambique.]


[Below: Postcard.]


[Below: Postcard.]


[Below: Postcard.]


[Below: Envelope.]


[Below: Envelope from Malaysia, 1947. Front.]

[Below: Back]


[Below: Postcard from 1962 bearing the images of Gandhi (top), the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru (right bottom) and Chandra Bose (left bottom).]


[Below: Envelope.]


[Below: Postcard.]


[Below: Postcard.]


[Below: Postcard.]


[Below: Postage labels.]


[Below: A 1951 postcard bearing the image of Chandra Bose. (bottom left)]


[Below: Commemorative stamps from Easdale Island, Scotland. Chandra Bose on the bottom row, third from right.]


[Below: A commemorative sheet bearing the image of Chandra Bose. Middle row, far right. Notice how bad the artist did the eyes of Bose and Jesus!]


[Below: This is an official coin from India from 1997. It celebrates the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Chandra Bose.]


[Below: This coin celebrates Chandra Bose and the 1943 founding of the Azad Hind. Front/back.]


[Below: This coin celebrating Chandra Bose is from 1997.]


[Below: This Indian postcard advertises a match brand called 'Jai Hind' and bears the image of Chandra Bose. 'Jai Hind' was a popular Indian National Army battle cry and a popular patriotic slogan.]

[Below: This is the wooden matchbox advertised above--commemorating Chandra Bose and the Azad Hind.]

[Below: As you can see in the examples below, the matchbox has wide printing variations!]


[Below: Another matchbox.]


[Below: Matchbox.]


[Below: And yet another matchbox commemorating Chandra Bose and the Azad Hind.]


[Below: Here is the inner label of a phonograph record containing the National Anthem of the Provisional Government of Azad Hind.]


[Below: Here is the cover of a calendar from 1946. Cool graphics of an outline of the Azad Hind tiger.]

[Below: This is a page within.]

[Below: This is a page within.]


[Below: Another calendar page.]


[Below: Another calendar page.]


[Below: This is an Indian book on Chandra Bose.]


[Below: This is an Indian comic book featuring Chandra Bose.]


[Below: Another Indian comic book featuring Chandra Bose.]


[Below: Here's the inside of a comic.]