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[Read] ➮ India'S Struggle for Independence Author Bipan Chandra – Motorrad-100.de This is the first major study to examine every one of the varied strands of the epic struggle individually and collectively and present it in a new and coherent narrative and analytical framework BasiThis is the first major study to examine every one of the varied strands of the epic struggle individually and collectively and present it in a new and coherent narrative and analytical f.

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  1. Santanu Santanu says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookPros Well researched Good coverage Fluid style of writingCons Biased to show congress and Nehru Gandhi in good lights Probably a politically sponsored account of Indian freedom struggle Misses out on the contemporary global events that had influenced Indo British politics at that time Cultural and social aspects are touched but mostly to support the authors biased inferences Read it to know one side of the coin No one book or may be any at all will ever completely articulate the other side of the coin But if one follows the period deeply and analytically refusing to accept the opinionated inferences presented by the authors it will be clear that freedom came to India when colonialism was anyway ending from everywhere in the world Congress largely and Gandhi in particular served well to their British masters and led t


  2. Ishan Nag Ishan Nag says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookThe book is uit intense It's has 39 chapters and almost all catering to distinct events After reading i am embarrassed to admit how less i knew about our freedom struggle It's isn't a GK book with who when what sort of details though much than it It gives you the big picture and attempts to answer the obvious whysIts sad that some of the fundamental ideas of the book will be limited to the audience of the book i believe school kids should be exposed to some of the ideas albeit in a simpler formAs with history many parallels can be drawn with the present now i than ever despise the 'smart' media channels most of the so called expertscommentators know nothing about anything it seemsThe book starts with Tribal u


  3. Shubhra Jain Shubhra Jain says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookOne of the best history books I have read so far Indian modern history has never been so interesting for me beforeIt not only state facts but also gives a justified analysis of the same Explains action of all the important leaders very clearly and tells the reader what exactly made them do it You actually can picture the era frame wise with this style of writing This is also a great book for understanding Mahatma Gandhi and finally justifying why he is “The father of our Nation” A must read for all the his


  4. Suvendhu Patra Suvendhu Patra says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookGood coverage but than history it sounded like an apology It doesn't consider that Indian independence coincided with the weakening of the British Empire post WW II Hence independence is completely concluded to be a result of struggle of Indian leaders At times the writers tend to extrapolate and give moral evaluations in place of a facts based analysis


  5. Aamil Syed Aamil Syed says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookIn India we are taught about our freedom struggle for almost 5 years as part of the high school curriculum But the study is just a brief overview of the entire movement and does very little justice to this major event in the history of the sub continent It involved millions of people and had several leaders that spanned many ge


  6. Ajay Ajay says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookExtremely Biased Loyal towards Nehru and Congress party This is the problem with leftist writers they cant be rational neutral and stick to reality Even though writer is Bengali he didnt even bothered to mentioned Subash Chandra Bose This is how brainwashed is done from young age Such a disappointment PS I read this book 2 years back I am adding my review now because i just joined goodreads Lot book to add and review


  7. Toshali Gupta Toshali Gupta says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookVerdict Not Recommended Biased Authors wanted to answer the uestions raised on the Congress and its participants and justify the Nehru and Gandhian Ideology It lost its charm every time it brought up an allegation out of nowhere and justified it Felt like a FA section No chronological order was maintained and this made the book very abstract Further the repetitive nature of the writing maybe because of multiple authors made it even haphazard because historic narrations are expected to maintain the sanctity of the timeline unless you are showing a different context For example the same peasant movement was talked about in 5 different chapters spread out across the book The style of writing is very 'textbooky' for the lack


  8. Shishir Chaudhary Shishir Chaudhary says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookThe subject of this book might remind you of those boring history classes of secondary school And still 5 stars Partly because it makes reading the same things that you believe you know interesting like a sweeping cinematic recreation of the eventful period of Indian history only lacking the audio visual element which can be extremely well substituted by your imagination facilitated by authors' amazing narration Highly recommended for anyone interested in History and a must read for those preparing for the Indian Civil Services' examination While some may a


  9. Samrat Samrat says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookIts not a history of India's struggle for independencebut history of Congress masuerading as India sole mover for independencea good intro for a layperson not acuainted with the diversity called India and its struggle


  10. Ashok Krishna Ashok Krishna says:

    eBook motorrad 100.de ☆ India'S Struggle for Independence eBook ½ India'S india's epub, struggle ebok, independence pdf, India'S Struggle pdf, India'S Struggle for Independence eBookIt is said that history is written by the victors which means that the facts are often twisted to suit the needs and to the advantage of the writer While Bipan Chandra does


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