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phenomenon of Nehru

Kotta P. Karunakaran

phenomenon of Nehru

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Published by Gitanjali Prakashan in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Nehru, Jawaharlal, 1889-1964.,
    • India -- Politics and government -- 1947-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementK. P. Karunakaran.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS480.84 .K394
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 219 p. ;
      Number of Pages219
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4076773M
      LC Control Number79902005


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Book review: The Phenomenon of Nehru by K.P. Karunakaran Political scientist and author K.P. Karunakaran has strongly endorsed the latter recourse by writing about one of the world's greatest symbols of secularism, not ungenerously like Mathai; but in praise and : Tony Jesudasan. Glimpses of World History, a book written by Jawaharlal Nehru inis a panoramic sweep of the history of humankind.

It is a collection of letters written betweenas an introduction to the world history to his daughter Indira, then thirteen years by: But what makes Lord Desai’s book unique is the linkages it creates between the concepts of nation-building in India in the s, the influence of cinema and on cinema on this process, the phenomenon of Jawaharlal Nehru.

This naturally, has its effect on his portrayal of Nehru and so this book should not be viewed as a comprehensive phenomenon of Nehru book of the man or of all his achievements and failures.

I see this book as another perspective on Nehru and a well-written one. Nowadays, in India and particularly in the Indian diaspora, /5. Allahabad; son of Motilal Nehru. A politician and statesman of great skill, Nehru was enormously popular in India. Early Career Educated in England at Harrow and Cambridge, he was admitted to the English bar in and phenomenon of Nehru book law in India for several years.

After the massacre at Amritsar (). The focus of this book is on Nehru's blunders, and not on his positives. Blunders is used in this book as a general term to also include failures, neglect, wrong policies, usurping undeserved posts, etc.

It is not the intention of this book to be critical of Nehru. Although Nehru had promised his wife Kamala that he will do everything possible to stop Indira from marrying Feroze (Nehru was also against her marrying Feroze), Indira was aware of Nehru’s affair with Padmaja and hence cleverly blackmailed Nehru into agreeing to her marriage with Feroze who was renamed Feroze Gandhi which triggered the the tryst with dynasty.

Discovery of india by Jawahar Lal Nehru. Usage Public Domain Mark Topics Jawahar Lal Nehru, Discovery of India Collection opensource Language English. This is a book written by Pt. JawaharLal Nehru in Addeddate Identifier DiscoveryOfIndia Identifier-ark ark://t9m33w67v Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi One adopts a detached and scientific attitude and allows the phenomenon of the Nehru succession to reveal its sense and place in the history of India, rather than combat it a priori and seek to closet the happening in a mental framework in large part borrowed from Western democracies which may have little relevance to the Indian experience.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Karunakaran, Kotta P., Phenomenon of Nehru. New Delhi: Gitanjali Prakashan, (OCoLC)   An even-handed and balanced appraisal of Nehru’s envoy and defence minister, who was both an international phenomenon and a bundle of contradictions.

His latest book is The Courtesan. - Buy Awakening Bharat Mata: The Political Beliefs of the Indian Right book online at best prices in India on Read Awakening Bharat Mata: The Political Beliefs of the Indian Right book reviews & author details and more /5(33).

Such an interpretation attributes, as he argues, ‘too much reasoned choice and too little Realpolitik to the phenomenon of Nehruvian governance, and too much freedom of choice to Nehru himself’ (p. 25). Zachariah is particularly good on ‘planning’ under Nehru and the origins, both pragmatic and intellectual, of state-led development.

This is as fine a leaders autobiography as you can find anywhere in the world. Nehru's power of expression is powerful and its worthy of being read before a /5(44). The book India Remembered, written by Edwina Mountbatten’s daughter Pamela delves into the relationship her Mother had with Nehru and how their relationship flourished during a trip to the Author: Sharmila Ravinder.

On the evening of Augin the Viceroy’s House in New Delhi, Mountbatten and his wife settled down to watch a Bob Hope movie, “My Favorite Brunette.” A short distance away, at the bottom of Raisina Hill, in India’s Constituent Assembly, Nehru rose to his feet to make his most famous speech.

Free download or read online Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published in February 7thand was written by Katherine Boo.

The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Hardcover format.4/5. Jawaharlal Nehru was not just a man or a Prime Minister, he was a phenomenon who gave shape to the dreams of independent India and permeated the lives of Indians. The present publication includes a brief account of the life of Pt.

Jawaharlal Nehru spearheaded India after its independence as prime minister of the polity. He led India from to till his demise as prime minister. During his period, he furthered policies of Indian national congress (founding party of the country) to consolidate independence of India by uniting diverse communities and distinct regions in order to ensure.

‘Nehru: A Political Biography’ by Michael Edwards, () was banned purportedly as it contained grievous factual errors. But it was not so. Keeping alive the broad political ambitions of the Nehru dynasty was the main reason behind the ban.

Mathai, the private secretary of Jawaharlal Nehru from towrote a book on Nehru in titled ‘Reminiscences of Nehru. One of the best books I found in this regard was the comprehensive biography of Indira Gandhi written by Katherine Frank titled “Indira: The life of Indira Nehru Gandhi“, in an unforgiving & ruthless style which was met with widespread criticism from Congress supporters & leftist thinkers but nobody has still been able to deny facts.

The Rahul Gandhi Phenomenon I get the feeling that Rahul Gandhi will do better than his father. In the past five years, this reserved quiet scion of the Gandhi family who could have easily stepped into any position he liked, kept a low profile. Divided into eight sections, The Oxford India Nehru covers Nehru's writings spanning six decades and includes over letters, articles, extracts from books, notes penned in jail, political statements, and diary entries, as also some of his very early personal correspondences.

Apart from new writings, the current volume draws material from the two-volume The Essential. This book was written entirely in prison, except for the postscript and certain minor changes, from June,to February, The primary object in writing these pages was to occupy myself with a definite task, so necessary in the long solitudes of jail life, as well as to review past events in India, with which I had been connected, to enable myself to think clearly about them.

Swapan Dasgupta’s fascinating book explores the rise of Hindu nationalism and various factors over time that created India’s secularism. A riveting read, a must-have for those who want to. Jawaharlal Nehru was an Indian revolutionary and the first Prime Minister of independent India.

He collaborated with great nationalist leaders to demand independence from the British rule. He participated actively in uniting the suffering masses for the nationalist movement for freedom.

An enduring classic, this book is dazzling testimony to the breadth of Nehru`s world view, his grasp of the lessons of history, and of the forces and personalities that shape it.

Printed Pages: 16 x 24 cm. Seller Inventory # Nehru was the product of modern India, which was a creation of Indian renaissance following the religious reformist movements of the s like Brahma Samaj, Arya Samaj and.

I n his last week’s National Interest column analysing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s seeming obsession with India’s first PM Jawaharlal Nehru, Shekhar Gupta noted that a new biography of V.P.

Menon — a senior civil servant who worked closely with Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel — by Narayani Basu asserts with much documentation that Nehru had indeed excluded Patel from. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

Librivox Free Audiobook. Academy Pod Stars Applesauce Scandalous Beauty Full text of "THE DISCOVERY OF INDIA - ENG - JAWAHARLAL NEHRU". Nehru on Population: A Pre-Independence View The Discovery of India, the best-known book of Jawahar-lal Nehru (), independent India's first Prime Minister (), was the product of his nearly three-year-long internment in Ahmednagar Fort prison by the British authorities during World War Il.

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XHTML markup by Arthur Wendover. (See source text for details.) This is the etext version of the book The Phenomenon Of Man by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, taken from the original etext phenomtxt.

Arthur's Classic. What India owes to Nehru Pervez the love of science in India solely to Nehru is reading too much into the phenomenon. Some of the finest scientific institutes in. Nehru: The Invention of India is an attempt to assess Nehru’s historical significance and his current relevance.

Shashi Tharoor, like Nehru, is an Indian with roots in the non-Indian world. THE IDEA OF INDIA-Sunil Khilnani Book Review. Nehru kept religion away from politics to create a space for diversity and It will be an interesting research to define this phenomenon : Arkaprabha Pal.

Why was Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel against the RSS. Sardar Patel was not always against the RSS, in fact in the begining he was very impressed by the good work RSS was doing with the Indian population inculcating cultural virtues of Infian ethos. The Constitution of the United States of America and The Constitution of the Unified States of the Physical Universe.

“What famously came to be known as Sino-India war of was won by India against China,” The Times of India newspaper quoted the book, India is again silent on Nehru. phenomenon of. The Politics of Industry in Nehru’s India.

phenomenon with colonialism as its principal cause; or that. several books on his experiences, on India’s independence movement, and Author: Nasir Tyabji. Why Nehru is relevant it was journalists and Opposition leaders who wrote the most adulatory books and articles on him.

Reflecting on the antecedents of the Babri Masjid phenomenon. Success has many fathers, as the familiar proverb puts it, while failure is an orphan. In the event, conjecture about Pakistan’s possible progenitors comes across as a decidedly odd phenomenon.This book is a perceptive study of the complex phenomenon of dynastic rule and a fascinating and very readable account of the Indian subcontinent’s social and political history during the second half of the twentieth century.

Zoya Hasan is Professor, Centre for Political Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.