Gandhi and Nehru Reflections Through Letters

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  • Author :Anil Dutta Mishra
  • Year of Publication :2017
  • ISBN: :9789351252665
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XII, 145
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Gandhian Studies, Political Science

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About the Book :

Sacrifice of Gandhi and Nehru for the cause of country and people was unparallel in Indian history. We can criticise, romanticised Gandhi and Nehru which is natural due to ideological differences. But, we must remember that we cannot afford to ignore their sacrifice and contribution. 
Gandhi and Nehru share a rare bond of love, affection and understanding of each other thought and action. The original letters written by these two iconic personalities are reproduced here without any distortions and alterations so that the readers drew their own conclusions. These letters are treasure of information and function like a lighthouse in the journey of thought in the ocean of knowledge. These letters are chronologically arranged to enable the reader to understand Gandhi and Nehru and their relationship.
The purpose of this book is to understand the two unique personalities of Modern India, Gandhi and Nehru, through their writings. A reader friendly book will be useful to researchers, social scientists, students and general readers. 


About Author :


Anil Dutta Mishra (b. 1965) started his career as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Non-violence and Peace Studies, Jain Vishva Bharati University, Ladnun, Rajasthan. His area of specialization includes Public Administration, Grass Root Politics, Gender Issues, Ecology and Human Rights. Besides a number of research papers in leading professional journals, he has to his credit 16 books including Problems and Prospects of Working Women in Urban India (1994); Fundamentals of Gandhism (1995); Gandhian Approach to Contemporary Problems (1996); Decentralized Planning in India : A Study of Objectives and Operational Framework (1999); Gender Perspectives : Participation, Empowerment and Development (1999); Perspectives on Human Rights (2002); Rediscovering Gandhi (2002); Patterns of Gender Violence (2002); Challenges of Twenty First Century and Gandhian Alternative (2003); India and Canada; Past, Present and Future (2003); Public Governance and Decentralization : Essays in Honour of T.N. Chaturvedi (2003); Gandhian Alternative to Contemporary Problems (2004); Globalization Myth and Reality (2004); Gandhian Alternative, Vol. III, Socio-Political Thought (2005); Inspiring Thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi (2008); and Terrorism : A Global Challenge (2009).