Samar Guha (Bengali: সমর গুহ) was a noted Indian politician, and an Indian independence movement activist. He was a close associate of Subhas Chandra Bose. He was also a well known academician, whose textbooks on chemistry are still widely used. In 1967, he was elected to the 4th Lok Sabha from Contai constituency in West Bengal as a Praja Socialist Party (PSP) candidate. He was re-elected to the Lok Sabha in 1971 and 1977 from the same constituency. He was a member of the Janata Dal (Secular) till his death. He died on 17 June 2002 at Calcutta.
Connection with Bose Mystery
Many sources reveal that Shri Samar Guha established connection with Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose when he was in India in spiritual oblivion (Gumnami Baba; also called Bhagwanji). In book "India's Biggest Cover-up" by Anuj Dhar, it has been mentioned that he was in direct contact with Bhagawanji. He met him several times. But Bhagawanji (Netaji) broke all contact with him & his associates when Samar publicly declared about his presence in India. Netaji's picture was placed in Parliament because of the effort of Samar Guha in the 1970s.
- Netaji: Dead or Alive? (1978)
- The Mahatma and the Netaji (1986)
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