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Description This collection of penetrating and perceptive articles written by a veteran Indian political activist, celebrated freedom fighter and a socialist and the bitterest critic of Jawahar Lal Nehru and his post-partition policies presents a very critical analysis of the factors that led to India's partition in 1947. It also enlists the negative role of communalist Muslim and Hindu leaders who were responsible for this tragic divide. He holds them guilty for spreading the communalism. It holds a mirror to these guilty men. [edit]
Keywords Nehru, Haldi Ghati Spirit, Quaid-a-Azam, Gandhi Ji, Netaji Bose, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-008806
Author Rammanohar Lohiya, Dr.
Year 1960
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Kitabistan Allahabad
Length 22.2
Breadth 13.6
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         112
 
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