Publisher – Rajkamal Prakashan
Author – Yatish Agarwal
Language – English
Pages – 48
Binding – Paperback
Publisher – Rajkamal Prakashan
|Dimensions||7.50 × 5.57 × 1.57 in|
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Prabhat Prakashan, इतिहास, सही आख्यान (True narrative)
The Indian War Of Independence 1857 (PB)0 out of 5(0)
Veer Savarkar was the first man who called the mutiny of 1857 ‘A War of Independence’. Until his time, no Indian had dared to say so. The martyrs of 1857 are really fortunate that they got such a historian to tell their history who himself was both a historian and a creator of history. At times, we visualise Veer Savarkar coloured in the red colour of that revolution, as if he himself was present on the battlefield and participated in the heroic war. At other times, we see him patiently analyse the strengths and weaknesses of both sides—why the mutineers lost and why the British won. The way he analyses the politico-military aspects of the revolution shows his wisdom as a youth of 26 years.
The Indian War of Independence, 1857, is a step by step account of the uprising of Indian Hindus and Muslims against the ruthless British rulers. Tracing footsteps of the barefooted, undernourished and almost unarmed Indian masses challenging the British bullets by the sheer force of their will power, the author establishes beyond an iota of doubt that the uprising was a War of Independence and not a mere Sepoy Mutiny as dubbed by the British.
Some glaring truths about this book:
• This book became the Bible for Indian revolutionaries.
• The book was proscribed by the British Government before its publication.
• The book was smuggled into India and England after it was published in Holland.
• The demand for this book was so enormous that it used to be sold and resold at the stupendous price of Rs. 300 (in 1910).SKU: n/a
Prabhat Prakashan, इतिहास
Six Glorious Epochs Of Indian History(PB)0 out of 5(0)
Six Glorious Epochs of Indian History is a learning experience which covers the period of Muslim invasions in India and brave retaliation by the natives. No less was the struggle of Indian manes against British rule and for freedom and liberation of the mother country. The author’s tribute to the martyrs and his letters to dear ones from Andamans, miscellaneous statements and writings are also included in this book. The first four epochs are covered in only hundred plus pages while the last two epochs span almost four hundred plus pages, signifying the importance that the author gave to this period.
So far we have been given the picture of British rule, the history and politics in India by foreign and leftist writers, but in this book Veer Savarkar makes us look at the country’s history and politics from the Bharatiya perspective. Not only does he analyse the mistakes committed by Hindus since the time of Alexander’s invasion till the British rule, he tries to enlighten our minds with the prevalent situation in his time. All that he himself learnt from history, he tries to correct through this book of his.SKU: n/a
Prabhat Prakashan, Suggested Books, इतिहास
Hindu Rashtra Darshan(PB)0 out of 5(0)
A Hindu, to sum up the conclusions arrived at, is he who looks upon the land that extends from Sindhu to Sindhu, from the Indus to the seas, as the land of his forefathers, his pitrabhu, who inherited the blood of that race whose first discernible source is traced to the Vedic Saptasindhus, which, on its onward march, assimilated much that was incorporated and ennobling. The Hindus, who inherited and claimed as their own the culture of that race, as expressed chiefly in their common classic language, Sanskrit, and represented by a common history, a common literature, art and architecture, law and jurisprudence, rites and rituals, ceremonies and sacraments, fairs and festivals, and who, above all, address this land, this Sindhustan, as their punyabhu, as the holy land, the land of their saints and seers, of godmen and gurus, the land of piety and pilgrimage. These are the essentials of Hindutva – a common rashtra, a common jaati, and a common sanskriti. All these essentials could best be summed up by stating in brief that they are Hindu to whom Sindhustan is not only a pitrabhu but also a punyabhu.
—Excerpts from this book
This classic and unique book, Hindu Rashtra Darshan by Swatantrayaveer Savarkar, gives the true meaning and correct picture of the Hindu Rashtra, wherein everyone living on the land this side of Indus river is a Hindu by culture, by values and not by the religion in its narrow definition. The book is divided in three major parts—First part is Hindu Pad-Padshahi, Second is Hindu Rashtra Darshan and third part is Essentials of Hindutva. It is a must read book for all Bharatiyas.SKU: n/a
Prabhat Prakashan, Religious & Spiritual Literature
Karmayog (PB)0 out of 5(0)
कर्म शब्द ‘कृ’ धातु से निकला है; ‘कृ’ धातु का अर्थ है—करना। जो कुछ किया जाता है, वही कर्म है। इस शब्द का पारिभाषिक अर्थ ‘कर्मफल’ भी होता है। दार्शनिक दृष्टि से यदि देखा जाए, तो इसका अर्थ कभी-कभी वे फल होते हैं, जिनका कारण हमारे पूर्व कर्म रहते हैं। परंतु कर्मयोग में कर्म शब्द से हमारा मतलब केवल कार्य ही है। मानवजाति का चरम लक्ष्य ज्ञानलाभ है। प्राच्य दर्शनशास्त्र हमारे सम्मुख एकमात्र यही लक्ष्य रखता है। मनुष्य का अंतिम ध्येय सुख नहीं वरन् ज्ञान है; क्योंकि सुख और आनंद का तो एक न एक दिन अंत हो ही जाता है। अतः यह मान लेना कि सुख ही चरम लक्ष्य है, मनुष्य की भारी भूल है। संसार में सब दुःखों का मूल यही है कि मनुष्य अज्ञानवश यह समझ बैठता है कि सुख ही उसका चरम लक्ष्य है। पर कुछ समय के बाद मनुष्य को यह बोध होता है कि जिसकी ओर वह जा रहा है, वह सुख नहीं वरन् ज्ञान है, तथा सुख और दुःख दोनों ही महान् शिक्षक हैं, और जितनी शिक्षा उसे सुख से मिलती है, उतनी ही दुःख से भी। सुख और दुःख ज्यों-ज्यों आत्मा पर से होकर जाते रहते हैं, त्यों-त्यों वे उसके ऊपर अनेक प्रकार के चित्र अंकित करते जाते हैं।SKU: n/aRs.150.00