Thursday, October 28, 2004

M.J.Akbar's Books & Reviews: Nehru-The Making of India

M.J. Akbar's Books & Reviews : Nehru-The Making of India

Nehru

Amazon Reviewers Say:
Great Book:This is not only a great book about Nehru, but gives an excellent explanation of historical events that shaped Nehru's life. The reasons behind the events are explained very well. A must read, if you are interested in Jawharlal Nehru.

Accurate Portrayal of a Great Freedom Fighter: A refreshing comprehensive biography by one of the formost scholars in India about one of India's great freedom fighters. If one wants to avoid orientalist lies such as Stanley Wolperts biography, then MJ Akbar's book is for you.

Excellent Biography: Akbar's book is one that captures the gist of this great man's life and it is a joy to read.

This books has been published in the centennial year of Jawaharlal Nehru's birth, this massive biography of India's first prime minister Nehru.Critics have charged Nehru with a loss of nerve in 1947, when he rejected Gandhi's stance of "no freedom without unity," It is that Nehru agreed to the partition of India and Pakistan because he was convinced that Muhammad Ali Jinnah, chief Muslim separatist, was capable of setting a torch to the whole subcontinent. Jinnah, pushed for partition in order to further his own political ambitions. The book also reveals glimpses of Churchill's vicious hatred of Indians, his unholy alliance with Jinnah and the famine the British did little to alleviate in the early 1940s. It's the biography of Jawaharlal Nehru with the history of the Indian Independence Movement from 1890 to 1948. It focus on relationships between the British and Jinnah's Muslim League and a read to know the Facts!

2 comments:

Nawab 24hours/GBS/MDIndia/Head OffIce-Pune said...

This book has been published in the centennial year of Jawaharlal Nehru's
bith's written M.J. Akbar is compiling genius man , So I like it. then he was a M.P. OF KISHANGANJ DISTRICT.

Md. TARIQUE Nawab
Kishanganj

Nawab 24hours/GBS/MDIndia/Head OffIce-Pune said...

This book has been published in the centennial year of Jawaharlal Nehru's
M.J. AKBAR