Nathuram Godse, Gopal Godse
Book contains the original statement given by Nathuram Godse (Assassin of Mahatma Gandhi).
Writer is real brother of Nathuram Godse himself and narrates his accounts of all the events and takes us through the day of assassination till the day Nathuram Godse was hanged.
Writer also puts forward crucial accounts of public and political opinions and reactions which were stirred up by assassination itself and also by Nathuram Godse’s official statement to court.
Nathuram Godse, Gopal Godse
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AUTHOR: Gopal Godse
PUBLISHER: Surya Bharti Prakashan
WEIGHT: 265 GMS
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हिन्दी नवजागरण के प्रथम पुरुष, युग-प्रवर्तक, सर्वतोमुखी प्रतिभासम्पन्न भारतेन्दु हरिश्चन्द्र का जीवन अत्यन्त विविधतापूर्ण और रसमय था। उनके साहित्य में उनका व्यक्तित्व झलकता है। 35 वर्ष के लघु जीवन में उन्होंने देश को, समाज को, साहित्य को नई दिशा प्रदान की। पत्र-पत्रिकाएँ, साहित्यिक कृतियाँ उनकी आत्म प्रकृति की सुरभि बिखेरती हैं। भारतेन्दु की दानशीलता, रसिकता, अक्खड़पन, मुक्तहस्त पैसा लुटाने की प्रवृत्ति, उनके व्यक्तित्व के प्रमुख अंग हैं। स्वाभिमान ऐसा कि— सेवक गुनीजन के, चाकर चतुर के हैं, कविन के मीत, चित हित गुन गानी के। सीधेन सों सीधे, महा बांके हम बांकेन सों, ‘हरिचन्द’ नगद दमाद अभिमानी के। चाहिबे की चाह, काहू की न परवाह, नेही, नेह के, दिवाने सदा सूरति-निवानी के। सरबस रसिक के, सुदास दास प्रेमिन के, सखा प्यारे कृष्ण के, गुलाम राधा रानी के। दानशीलता के फलस्वरूप यह दिन भी देखना पड़ा— मोहि न धन के सोच भाग्य बस होत जात धन। पुनि निरधन सो देस न होत यहौ गुनि गुनि धन। मों कहं एक दुख यह जू प्रेमिन ह्वïै मोहे त्याग्यौ। बिना द्रव्य के स्वानहु नङ्क्षह मोसो अनुराग्यौ॥ सब मिलन छोड़ी मित्रता बन्धुन नातौ तज्यों। जो दास रह्यïौ मम गेह को, मिलन हूँ मैं अब सो लज्यौ॥ ‘घर फूँक तमाशा देख’ को चरितार्थ करने वाले ऐसे उन्मुक्त अभिमानी के मनमोहक संघर्षपूर्ण व्यक्तित्व की झलकियाँ हैं, इस कृति में। अनुक्रमणिका आमुख, 1. विषय-प्रवेश, 2. व्यक्तित्व के विविध रंग, रचनाओं में आत्मचित्रण, माधवी और मल्लिका, सत्यवीर की अग्नि-परीक्षा, 3. कृतित्व के विविध आयाम, हिन्दी नाटकों के जन्मदाता, हिन्दी में सिद्धान्तनिष्ठ पत्रकारिता के प्रवर्तक, हिन्दी गद्य के परिष्कारक, निबन्ध इतिहास तथा पुरातत्त्ïव, 4. उपसंहार, एक देशभक्त की दु:खान्त जीवन-यात्रा, परिशिष्ट, भारतेन्दु जीवन-सारिणी—प्रस्तुति : डॉ० भानुशंकर मेहता, भारतेन्दु की हिन्दी-सेवा—ज्ञानचंद जैन , भारतेन्दु की प्रेमिका मल्लिका द्वारा भारतेन्दु की जन्मतिथि पर प्रस्तुत चार बंगला गीत, 4. चन्द्रास्त, 5. शाही राज्याभिषेक दरबार में भारतेन्दु परिवार का परिचय, लेखक का संक्षिप्त परिचय।
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.
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.