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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. All PDF which are provided here are for Education purposes only. Disliked the last chapter dealing with India's history after independence.

From what I understand the author added it for the second edition as people complained the book ended too abruptly at independence. Unfortunately, he did not manage to do justice to it.

Half of the chapter just deals with the nehruvian era till and overall has a very rushed feeling. Otherwise the book is quite decent. Whi Pretty decent textbook for the period covering from the 18th century to India's recent history.

While other books have focused on giving a broad outline of India's modern history by focusing on the freedom struggle, the author brings in the story of the communities who were fighting for greater rights for themselves besides freedom from the British.

Examples include the struggle for women's rights, struggles by untouchables, communal frictions etc. He uses the latest research in modern Indian historiography to expand on the reasons for the success of the Congress and Mahatma Gandhi's attractiveness to so many people while Gandhi was highly respected by most Indians, author shows how he was a figurehead whose messages were re-interpreted by the protesters to fit their needs rather than followed in the literal sense.

Book shows how many of the Congress' most successful movements were not begun by them. Instead they were local led movements which, after they had reached some success, were led by the Congress.

In short, instead of a top down history, the author attempts to look at the different cacophony of voices which were part of the fabric of Indian history, while at the same time giving a very good broad outline of its movement towards freedom.A book you must read to know the real history and politics of Independence movement of India. He launched in what can be described as a "state commercial corporation". So far as the Company was concerned.

In the first round of battle. By now the Maratha forces had regrouped under Nana Fadnis. The book begins with a discussion of the political transformation of India in the eighteenth century, marked by the decline of the Mughal empire at the one end and the rise of the British empire on.

The state had to depend on the zamindars who held both administrative and revenue powers and their revenue demands sometimes were even higher than those under the Mughal system.