Satyajit Ray was one of the greatest film-makers of his time. In , he was awarded the Oscar for Lifetime Achievement by the Academy India's Struggle for Independence is the first and most reliable study of India's epic struggle for freedom. This classic work begins with the abortive revolt against the British in and culminates in Indian Independence in Based on years of research as well as personal interviews with hundreds of freedom fighters, it presents a lucid and enduring view of the history of the period.

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Certified Buyer , Bangalore. Certified Buyer , New Delhi. Certified Buyer , Hyderabad. Certified Buyer , Kottayam. Explore Plus. India's Struggle for Independence. Price: Not Available. Permanently discontinued. Bipan Chandra. Bipan Chandra English. This is a study of India's independence movement, from an abortive revolt against the British in through the times which eventually lead to Indian Independence in seen from the Indian point of view.

The book is based on primary sources, hundreds of interviews with those who took part in the struggle for freedom, and presents new information on the formation of the Indian National Congress and the British response to various uprisings.

It also examines the personalities and influence of the leaders of the time and evolves a new and coherent view of the history of the period. Rate Product. Everyone has inclination towards certain belief.. But after a particular extent this inclination rather sounds chauvinism.

Consistent defence is provided to only one party which contributes to loosing the impartiality and authenticity of both author and book as well. Most pinching part was when martyrs of freedom struggle were called 'terrorists' rather than revolutionaries.

They are preferred to call by a novel term 'revolutionary terrorists'. It feels like 'good taliban'. It definitely has Everyone knows how hard India has struggled for her Independence.. But no one knows it perfectly.. This book is for those who wants to know everything about the stuggle for independence.. Right from the days of 1 war of independence.. The author has put everything very clearly in a manner in which you will understand and develop interest Except in two or three chapters..

That also only for a few pages you will never feel bored And the best thing about this book is it is not biased.. I have read this book of 'Bipin Chandra'. This book gives the biased perception of events and it presents those in a manner as it would have been supporting a given propaganda of the Politically Authoritative entity.

Anyways,we all know a thing called history-which is used to plot the political future of a country but here as we can clearly feel that politics has been used to present the history!!! Therefore,we all are being made a victim of encumbered philosophy and the explanation here i Tushar Dhar Jul, Some chapters like that on communalism are good but overall average..

There is a lack of coherency and connection between chapters. Also the style of writing is unique. Absolutely loved reading the book. The breadth of the content covered is great and you will be surprised at the idealogical depth of the movement.

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India's Struggle for Independence

India's Struggle for Independence. India's struggle for Independence by Bipin Chandra is your go to book for an in-depth and detailed overview on Indian independence movement. Indian freedom struggle is one of the most important parts of its history. A lot has been written and said about it, but there still remains a gap. Rarely do we get to hear accounts of the independence from the entire country and not just one region at one place. This book fits in perfectly in this gap and also provides a narration on the impact this movement had on the people.

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