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Editorial Reviews About the Author Bipan Chandra is an Indian author, and historian, who is an expert in political history and economics. He has authored numerous other books including Communalism: K N Panikkar is a famous Indian historian and author. His name is largely associated with the "Marxist school".

Product details File Size: Penguin; Reprint edition August 9, Publication Date: August 9, Sold by: Random House India Language: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. A lot of hard work has gone into writing this book but there is a bias that is evident against one or other individuals or parties.

There is record of events and that makes the book valuable. Research is very good however language is too difficult to fathom for an ordinary reader.

Similarly, they have also gloss over the blunders of Mahatma Gandhi, his despotism over Congress, the conflicting stands he took vis a vis the British from time to time. Nehru's role gets greater prominance in the narrative than other nationalistic leaders.

In fact, Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya is identified as a communal leader! Whereas, the collusion by Communists with the British government is merely shown as conflicting stand of communists at different times of history.

For getting factual details correct, one should read Dr. Majumdar's series of History and Culture of Indian People. Nevertheless, I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand India's struggle for freedom with a critical view. The present book gives more wholistic analysis of attendant facts and circumstances. The book is good , the book is presenting our History through a novel type writing, that's why the main key points are not well arranged. Must have book for competative aspirant.

This book goes briefly through the Struggle of a Heroes.

The book is mostly in the form of a novel, interesting to read but the spectrum is better for exam point of view. Although this book may help in remembering the chronology of events in Indian history. Though many suggest it for UPSC aspirants, which is actually very nice suggestion, I think it is an imperative book for anyone who studies Modern Indian history. The book is full of interpretations and views on colonial policies of British and would require reader to have a basic background of the modern history period.

It is quite lengthy and interesting. Go for it if you are interested in Indian colonial history. Keeps you engaged!! This book is a must for those who want to know about India and its modern past. Many strands of Indian national movement is covered, not just the Indian national congress. Many ideas and thought processes that were going on in the minds of revolutionaries and freedom fighters are discussed in a very analytical style.

This is mainly for a novel or analytical type of reading, not much for statistical purpose. Can be of much help in exams specifically to address long questions that are analytical in nature.

All in all, very good book covering all aspects of Indian freedom struggle and we come to know about each and every major personalities and their contribution in the Indian struggle. Written beautifully, bringing every topic into its proper context before going into details. Keeps the reader engaged and keen to know what would happen next!!! Few things to note here, the books seems to justify many acts of Mahatma Gandhi which were blunders and also it's probably too much praise for Jawaharlal Nehru.

Subhas Bose and his INA were not discussed in detail. Also have a more socialist leaning in its outlook. Now having said that, I would still rate it 5 star and strongly recommend for it's quality of writing, narrating and other qualities discussed above. Enjoy happy reading!!! Its easy to read This book is very usefull for state psc exam.

The chapter are arranged in a swift manner and well explained. When I read this book I feel like reading story book. This book grow my interest. See all reviews. Would you like to see more reviews about this item? Go to Amazon. Back to top. Train to Pakistan. The Hindus. Wendy Doniger. The Death of a Pakistani Sodier.

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