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Walking Alone: Gandhi And India’S Partition
Walking Alone: Gandhi And India’S Partition
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Author : B. R. Nanda
Publisher : Vision Books
ISBN# : 81-7094-445-7
Pages : 152
Price :INR 190
Offer Price:INR 169
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Book Description
This book explores the political and personal life of Mahatma Gandhi through the traumatic period, 1946-48, which saw the partition and independence of India, and the worst-ever communal holocaust in the subcontinent. The book unfolds how partition came about even as Gandhi’s strongest convictions were against such a division. The author traces Gandhi’s role within and outside the Congress and describes how the Mahatma was politically sidelined from the very start of the negotiations for the transfer of power.
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