Author – Ajit Rai
ISBN – 9789350724569
Lang. – Hindi
Binding – Hardcover
Author – Ajit Rai
|Dimensions||8.50 × 5.51 × 1.57 in|
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Amethi has long been perhaps India’s highest profile constituency. Billed as ‘karmabhoomi’ of the Nehru–Gandhi family, it has been continually held by the Congress since its inception as a Lok Sabha constituency in 1967, except for half a dozen years in between. Reports in the national media and Congress projections have always shown it as a robust and highly developed area.
However, when Smriti Irani stepped into this constituency as the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate for the 2014 elections, the truth behind the Amethi myth became apparent. Irani was struck by the dereliction of the place and its people. It was neglected, backward and depressed about its future. Amethi had become little more than a political tourist destination that politicians, industrialists, middlemen and the media stepped into and dealt with as they please.
Tracing Irani’s footsteps from her defeat in 2014 to her win in 2019, senior journalist Anant Vijay attempts to understand the reasons behind her success in Amethi, shining a light on both Irani’s personality and her political methods. Through the political history of what was once a Congress bastion, Dynasty to Democracy examines how political parties function in a democracy like ours. Vijay’s book is also a keen study of the RSS’s working style, its strategies and exemplary execution that backed Smriti Irani’s efforts from 2014 to 2019.SKU: n/a
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प्रो० राधेश्याम दूबे मध्यकालीन हिन्दी साहित्य के अध्येता हैं। भक्तिकालीन कवियों की रचनाओं का अध्ययन करते समय लेखक ने भारतीय रहस्यवाद को ध्यान में रखा है। वस्तुत: भारतीय अध्यात्मविद्या अथवा ब्रह्मïविद्या ही भारतीय रहस्यवाद है। प्राचीन भारतीय वाङ्मय में रहस्यवाद के अर्थ में अध्यात्मविद्या, ब्रह्मïविद्या, उपनिषद्, गुह्यïविद्या, गुह्यïमार्ग आदि शब्दों के प्रयोग मिलते हैं। योग, भक्ति, कर्म और ज्ञान – ये भारतीय अध्यात्मसाधन के प्रधान उपाय हैं। अत: साधन की दृष्टि से विचार करते हुए लेखक ने भारतीय रहस्यवाद को चार भेदों में विभक्त कर (जैसे-योगपरक, रहस्यवाद, भक्तिपरक रहस्यवाद, ज्ञानपरक, रहस्यवाद, कर्मपरक रहस्यवाद) उनकी व्याख्या की है। भारतीय रहस्यवाद का विकासात्मक स्वरूप प्रस्तुत करते हुए विद्वान लेखक ने उसके तात्त्विक स्वरूप की विवेचना की है। इस प्रकार इस ग्रन्थ के अध्ययन द्वारा रहस्यवाद अथवा भारतीय रहस्यवाद के सन्दर्भ में हिन्दी के पाठकों के मन में जो भ्रम की स्थिति बनी रहती है, वह दूर हो जाती है।SKU: n/a
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India’s independence from the British on August 15, 1947, was preceded by its partition on religious lines having a murky history of dangerous antics and shenanigans of the likes of Muslim League, Jinnah and others; supported, either by accident or design, by Congress and its leadership. That Nehru failed miserably to control the situation, in which there was bloodshed, communal hatred, brutalization of women and loss of India’s territory, is a well-known story. The question is what would have been the status of India’s political borders had, say, Nehru been in charge of ‘unifying’ India – that is bringing together more than 500 princely states within the Indian union? We could well have been left to wishful thinking – “Had Sardar been the in-charge of the department handling unification of princely states within the Indian union”. This book, a well-researched document, takes the reader step-by-step on how Sardar went after the task; and how diligently he completed them. Of course, the story of Hyderabad and Junagarh is slightly more well-known. But do you know how Chhattisgarh and Orissa (now Odisha), or even Lunavada (in Gujarat), Deccan States and so many others were included in the Indian union? Do we today ever realise that these states were ‘not part of independent India’? That is why we say it is not only a book for history enthusiasts but all students, who ought to know the real political map of our country when it became independent.SKU: n/a