Gandhi The Forgotten Mahatma
A blend of personal account of Dr. J.C. Jain, an eminent author, of his efforts to save the Mahatma before his assassination, and the exposure of the wrong-doers after the event, this work high lights the shocking indifference displayed by the authorities to protect the Mahatma. The book presents an interesting account of the historic events in South Africa associated with Gandhi's life, his entry into Indian political scene and his launching of the earth-shaking Satyagraha movement. This work also shows, how the innovation of tried and tested weapons such as non-co-operation, non-violence and civil disobedience is rendered ineffective by today's politicians.
Dr. Jagdishchandra jain. an internationally renowned scholar, was a former Professor and Head of the Department of Hindi and Research Guide in the Ramnarain Ruia College, University of Bombay. He had been a Research Professor in the University of Kiel. Federal Republic of Germany, and a Professor of Hindi in the University of Peking, People's Republic of China. An author of over 65 books on a variety of subjects he has contributed numerous research papers to Indian and international Oriental Journals. His recent book WOMEN IN ANCIENT INDIAN TALES was published by Mittal Publications, Delhi. He was invited to deliver lectures on ancient Indian Culture in various universities in the U.S.A.. Canada and Latin America. Dr. Jain is a recipient of the Soviet Land-Nehru Award. A freedom fighter. He was detained during the Quit India Movement of 1942. An important prosecution witness in the Gandhi Murder trial, he appeared before several commissions connected with the trial held form time to time in Red Fort, Delhi and Bombay.
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