EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra

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REVIEW µ India'S Struggle for Independence 1857 to the final victory of 1947 More important while incorporating existing historiographical advances the book evolves a new and lucid view of the history of the period which will endu. Verdict 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 of a better word No flavor no anecdotes very very few comparisons with the rest of the world it was well researched I give it to them but in its depth not the breadth Also the representation of the depth would have hit off on a faster pace and a crispy style of writing but no to both Overall I would not recommend this book to anyone you wishes to read about the Indian Struggle someone studying it as a profession sure but you would have read 99% of the book elsewhere so eh Heroism Begins with Her Inspiring Stories of Bold Brave and Gutsy Women in the US Military different context For example the same peasant movement was talked about in 5 Buried Mountain Secrets different chapters spread out across the book The style of writing is very textbooky for the lack of a better word No flavor no anecdotes very very few comparisons with the rest of the world it was well researched I give it to them but in its Buried Mountain Secrets depth not the breadth Also the representation of the Buried Mountain Secrets depth would have hit off on a faster pace and a crispy style of writing but no to both Overall I would not recommend this book to anyone you wishes to read about the Indian Struggle someone studying it as a profession sure but you would have read 99% of the book elsewhere so eh

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REVIEW µ India'S Struggle for Independence 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 f. Pros 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 the unsuspecting nation to compromises that only helped to delay and diffuse the freedom struggle Even an extremely biased and opinionated book like this cannot spin it well to lead the readers to the authors point of view Intuición 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 the unsuspecting nation to compromises that only helped to How Money Became Dangerous delay and

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REVIEW µ India'S Struggle for Independence Ramework Basing themselves on oral and other primary sources and years of research the authors take the reader through every step of the independence struggle from the abortive Revolt of. In 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 generations While writing textbooks for high school history the authors tend to concentrate on a few of those leaders that came towards the end of the movement mainly Gandhi and Nehru and ignore the ones who laid the groundwork for the final showdownEven when they are mentioned they are only paid lip service with only a short description of their work We just know that Justice Ranade Dadabhai Naoroji Pherozeshah Mehta Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Bal Gangadhar Tilak played a crucial role in early stages of the freedom movement but how exactly that happened is not touched upon at allThis book by Bipan Chandra sheds light on all of these people and introduces us to many aspects of India s freedom struggle that we wouldn t come across otherwise It is a very handy compilation of uotes anecdotes and many many cross references from different works on this subject It is as detailed as it can be in 650 pages and spans the entire 200 odd years of British rule in India in just 39 chaptersI loved how Bipan Chandra has touched upon almost every single contribution to the movement right from the Northwest frontier to the Southern tip of India There are also accusations about the writer being biased towards the Congress but he specifies in detail the approach adopted by him and how it borrows from all major ideologies The introduction is in fact just about how he and his contributors went about gathering the data for such a magisterial work on recent Indian historyBut despite being such a big work it is not at all tedious It is the uotes that make it so interesting It is like being right there in the midst of things as they happened And I was also really impressed by the amount of background stories that Chandra has included for each of the leaders it made the book much personal than the dreary historical tomes on Indian history that we read in school The leaders have been portrayed as true heroes and their exploits have been described in a uite a legendary fashion It was a real joy reading this book This is not just a refresher on the Indian freedom struggle but it is also a very refreshing experience Go for itUnder the native despot the people keep and enjoy what they produce though at times they suffer some violence on the back Under the British Indian despot the man is at peace there is no violence his substance is drained away unseen peaceably and subtly he starves in peace and peaceably perishes in peace with law and order Bipan Chandra uotes Dadabhai NaorojiForty eighth book reviewed as part of the 130 Challenge Read on my blog Nouns Verbs 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 generations While writing textbooks for high school history the authors tend to concentrate on a few of those leaders that came towards the end of the movement mainly Gandhi and Nehru and ignore the ones who laid the groundwork for the final showdownEven when they are mentioned they are only paid lip service with only a short Thicker Than Water The Grayson Trilogy #3 description of their work We just know that Justice Ranade Dadabhai Naoroji Pherozeshah Mehta Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Bal Gangadhar Tilak played a crucial role in early stages of the freedom movement but how exactly that happened is not touched upon at allThis book by Bipan Chandra sheds light on all of these people and introduces us to many aspects of India s freedom struggle that we wouldn t come across otherwise It is a very handy compilation of uotes anecdotes and many many cross references from Colton Cowboy Standoff Coltons of Roaring Springs #1 different works on this subject It is as Someday Jennifer detailed as it can be in 650 pages and spans the entire 200 odd years of British rule in India in just 39 chaptersI loved how Bipan Chandra has touched upon almost every single contribution to the movement right from the Northwest frontier to the Southern tip of India There are also accusations about the writer being biased towards the Congress but he specifies in November Road: A Novel detail the approach adopted by him and how it borrows from all major ideologies The introduction is in fact just about how he and his contributors went about gathering the Friend Fling Forever? 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  1. says: EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW

    READ & DOWNLOAD India'S Struggle for Independence EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra Pros 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 a

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    Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra READ & DOWNLOAD India'S Struggle for Independence The 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 shoul

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra One 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 Maha

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra Good 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

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    SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra In 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

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    READ & DOWNLOAD India'S Struggle for Independence SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW Extremely Biased Loyal towards Nehru and Congress party This is the problem with leftist writers they cant be rational neutr

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra Verdict Not Recommended Biased Authors wanted to answer the uestions raised on the Congress and its participants and justify the Nehru and Gand

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD India'S Struggle for Independence The 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 anyon

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    READ & DOWNLOAD India'S Struggle for Independence Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra Its 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. says: EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra Bipan Chandra ¹ 1 REVIEW

    EBOOK / KINDLE (India'S Struggle for Independence) By Bipan Chandra SUMMARY Ú MUSICAITALIANA.CO ¹ Bipan Chandra It 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 nothing to twist the facts he has managed to take a partial

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  • Paperback
  • 600
  • India'S Struggle for Independence
  • Bipan Chandra
  • English
  • 13 December 2020
  • 9780140107814