Author: TASLIMA NASRIN
NAST LADKI : NAST GADYA
Author: TASLIMA NASRIN
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Prabhat Prakashan, Religious & Spiritual Literature
Premyog (PB)0 out of 5(0)
संसार में यह एक प्रेरक शक्ति है। मनुष्य जैसें -जैसें उन्नत्ति करता जायेगा, वैसें वैसें विवेक और प्रेम उसके जीवन में आदर्श बनते जायेंगे। भक्ति को अपना सर्वोच्च आदर्श बनाना चाहिए तथा संसार और इंद्रियों से धीरे धीरे अपना रास्ता बनाते हुए हमें ईश्वर तक पहुचना है अथार्थ् भक्ति, भक्त और भगवान तीनों एक है।SKU: n/aRs.175.00
Prabhat Prakashan, जीवनी/आत्मकथा/संस्मरण, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
My Transportation For Life (PB)Prabhat Prakashan, जीवनी/आत्मकथा/संस्मरण, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
My Transportation For Life (PB)0 out of 5(0)
The story is told. The curtain has been brought down on it. Two life-sentences have been run. And I have brought together my recollections of them within the cover of this book. They are narrated in brief and put together within the narrowest.
When I came into this world, God sent me here possibly on a sort of life-sentence. It was the span of life allotted to me by time to stay in this ‘prison-house of life’. This story is but a chapter of that book of life, which is a longer story not yet ended.
You can finish reading the book in a day, while I had to live it for 14 long years of transportation. And if the story is so tiresome, unendurable and disgusting to you, how much must have been the living of it for me! Every moment of those 14 years in that jail has been an agony of the soul and the body to me, and to my fellow convicts in that jail. It was not only fatiguing, unbearable and futile to us all, it was equally or more excruciating to them as to me. And it is only that you may know it and feel the fatigue, the disgust and the pain of it as we have felt it, that I have chosen to write it for you.
—Excerpts from this book
This is the story of Swatantrayaveer Vinayak Damodar Savarkar—a great revolutionary, politician, poet and seer who tried to free India from the British yoke!
British policy was to torture and persecute the political prisoners/revolutionaries so that they would reveal the names of all their colleagues or go mad or commit suicide. My Transportation for Life is a firsthand story of the sufferings and humiliation of an inmate of the infamous Cellular Jail of Andamans, the legendary Kala Paani. The physical tortures inside the high walls were made all the more insufferable by the sickening attitude of the men who mattered—the native leaders back home. This is a running commentary on the prevalent political conditions in India and a treatise for students of revolution. It is a burning story of all Tapasvis who were transported to Andaman.SKU: n/a
Bloomsbury, Suggested Books, जीवनी/आत्मकथा/संस्मरण
Ashutosh Maharaj Biogrpahy (Marathi)0 out of 5(0)
This book is about Shri Ashutosh Maharaj Ji, whose disciples have a firm conviction that he is established in the highest state of Samadhi since 28th January, 2014.SKU: n/aRs.299.00
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