Author: SAADAT HASAN MANTO
Author: SAADAT HASAN MANTO
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Garuda Prakashan, इतिहास, ऐतिहासिक उपन्यास, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
Sardar Patel: The Supreme Architrect In Unification of India (Volume 2)Garuda Prakashan, इतिहास, ऐतिहासिक उपन्यास, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
Sardar Patel: The Supreme Architrect In Unification of India (Volume 2)0 out of 5(0)
How many of us really know how the issues related to North-Eastern states were handled? Or, for that matter, what was Privy Purse for the princely states? Why Sardar was worried that they were attempts not to grant them Constitutional status (Indira Gandhi got it abolished in the early 1970s)? Further, this book sheds special light on how the Hyderabad episode was handled. Coming from a former Judge, also the author of “Nehru’s Himalayan Blunders”, the book provides to-the-point arguments based on official documents, a large number of which have been quoted verbatim. For those who wanted to know anything about the humongous effort of Sardar in unifying India, be it a student or a researcher or just anyone wanting to more about one’s own country, this book is a real eye-opener. We all know that India has existed thousands and thousands of years before 1947. But, had Sardar been the king of yesteryears, he could well have been known as the ‘chakravartin’, who brought entire India under one umbrella – that is the Indian union. Read this book know how he achieved that feat – democratically.SKU: n/a
Garuda Prakashan, ऐतिहासिक उपन्यास, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
Had Sardar Patel Been The First Prime MinisterGaruda Prakashan, ऐतिहासिक उपन्यास, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
Had Sardar Patel Been The First Prime Minister0 out of 5(0)
When a nation begins to pine for a person from its past, wishing he remained at the helm for longer, it indicates that the path taken by that nation is not the correct one. With Sardar Patel, especially vis-a-vis Nehru, the Indian nation still mourns the fact that the former did not become the first Prime Minister of India. This book, written by Justice (retd.) S N Aggarwal, author of “Nehru’s Himalayan Blunders”, establishes the real reasons why we still pine for Patel’s longer presence at the horizon of our national leadership. The book, quoting from authentic sources, also gives ample insight into the views and understanding of the affairs of the nation, which Sardar not only preached but also practiced. Usually, Sardar Patel, the “Iron Man” that he was, is lauded for his role in the unification of post-independent India. With Nehru botching up the only princely state he handled – namely, Jammu and Kashmir – Patel’s contribution in unifying more than 500 princely states in the Indian union becomes all the more laudable. However, this book goes beyond. “Had Sardar Patel been the first Prime Minister, the country would have been fully armed to defend herself, there could have been no danger from outside. By following the principles of patriotism, moral values and high character and discipline, there would have been no internal problem,” writes the author. And, like the case of Kashmir, in these matters too, Nehru’s conduct makes one wish all the more strongly that Sardar should have been the first Prime Minister of India.SKU: n/a
Garuda Prakashan, राजनीति, पत्रकारिता और समाजशास्त्र
Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story0 out of 5(0)
“The book ‘Delhi Riots 2020: The Untold Story’ is published from ground research material on the Delhi Riots that occurred in February 2020. This material was collected by the authors and their team during their many visits to the riot-affected areas of North East Delhi. The research team met both Hindu and Muslim victims of the violence and religious leaders of both communities who attempted to de- escalate the situation. The book contains eight chapters which narrate the fact and evidence-based story of the dharna-to-danga model, planned and executed by Urban Naxal and Jihadi elements in Delhi. One of the main themes of the book is the destruction of inter-community relations in North East Delhi in the garb of Anti-CAA protests. The book shows us that hatred and violence was ignited between two communities which had been peacefully coexisting for decades, by people with ideologically vested interests. It exposes the plot behind the violence, how it was planned and how the events unfolded. The book contains details on the events of 23rd February 2020 in Jaffrabad which laid the ground for full-fledged communal riots in the area on the next day. It shows how a Genocide was committed in North East Delhi under the cover of women’s empowerment. The book uncovers the Urban-Naxal-Jihadi theories as contained in their own documents and literature. The book must be read because it shows the citizens of this country the ways in which their internal security is being compromised by fanatic ideologies.