Poem: Netaji Subhas

Priyo Netaji!
Tumi Hoito Bharatiyon
Kintu Tumi chile Jatiyo
Chintite Rashtriya…
Tumi Korle Bharat Jagaran
Jaaglam hoito aaj ami
Jekhane suye aso Tumi
Amar Priyo Netaji…
Bharat Aaj Hoito Swadhin 
Tobhuwo mone hoi Paradhin
Kenoki Aaj Nijeri Adhin
Kii Raat,Aar ki Din…
Okhamiyat Kole
Moy Netaji Subhas Hom
Biplabor Agani Jolai
Jai Hindere Maati 
Parbat Langhi
Sagar Neochi
Hom moi edin Netaji…
Engrajit Kole
Netaji Subhas,
You are not dead
You are alive as
In the heart of bravery.
Your name is all around
In the air of every armed force,
In every brick of statue,
With Bloodman crowned.
Roads are in your name,
You never waited for any fame,
Whose freedom is the only claim
There is no one to blame.
Salute to your word,
Salute to your blood,
Quotes are on freedom
Never wished to rule the Indian kingdom…
Bangla bolle, Akhamiyat kole noiba Engrajit…
Tumi chile Aparajit
Tumi Chile Dheet…
Tai Hoyeche Bharatiyor Jeet…
Happy Birthday Priyo Netaji
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