English Books, Prabhat Prakashan, इतिहास
Subhas Death That Wasn’t
In modern times, we have remained hooked to numerous mysteries that have kept people confounded; in most cases, the veracity of facts and arguments presented has been far from satisfactory. One of the most intriguing mysteries pertains to the death of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the legendary leader whom all Indians adore so dearly; his survival or death remains completely shrouded in mystery.
The present book does not limit itself to resolving this mystery in its unique way; it also lays bare the convictions and beliefs that have been associated with his life and decisions, in essence appearing equally mysterious as his death, including his relations with Gandhiji. To bring out the truth, it also convincingly deals with his survival theories, like that of Gumnami Baba in Faizabad (Ayodhya) and others.
The book is also about the enduring rich legacy that this leader has left behind, helping people to be inspired by his mind-boggling adventures and thought-provoking ideas and how he lived and sacrificed for his ideals and freedom.
This book is a humble tribute to the great soul with an insightful vision to resolve the mystery.SKU: n/a
English Books, Prabhat Prakashan, इतिहास, जीवनी/आत्मकथा/संस्मरण
The Life and Times of Veer Savarkar-10%English Books, Prabhat Prakashan, इतिहास, जीवनी/आत्मकथा/संस्मरण
The Life and Times of Veer Savarkar
Vinayak Damodar Sarvarkar popularly known as Veer Sarvarkar has a unique place in the annals of history. Controversy surrounds his name. Some consider him to be one of the greatest revolutionaries in the freedom struggle of India while others think of him to be a communalist. However, there is no doubt that he was a freedom fighter, who not only fought for his country but also evoked feelings of patriotism in fellow citizens through his writings.
His biography is an eye-opener for it depicts the trials and tribulations of a person, who was sentenced to 50 years of hard imprisonment in the Cellular Jail of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, also called the ‘Kala Pani’. From his prison cell, he sent his poems to the mainland, memorized by the prisoners who were released.SKU: n/a