Being A Prime Minister of a world’s largest democracy India is a toughest job. Currently having population of almost 132 Crores with Secularism is Heart. To entertain, satisfy and fulfi different religious people, different castes people, different states people and different categories people is a difficult job.it is also a pride and prestigious destination for a person who is becoming the PM
'We the People' should be required reading for all junior high and high school students. Based on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it sets forth each right with clear explanation and remarkable illustrations by the author using historical and contemporary figures.
NK Sondhi interviewed both Muslims and Hindus whose families experienced the Partition of India in 1947. The toll on the people of India when forced to flee to the newly formed countries created chaos which lead to the unthinkable behaviour of many people. Families were changed forever. It is not a tale you will soon forget.
Was Mahatma Gandhi a racist?
His original writings on race is compiled in this short book so that readers can have their own conclusions.
Presented in a lucid form for the readers who do not have any previous knowledge of Gandhi, India or South Africa.
This is the first volume of the series: "How I Began to Dislike Gandhi" (available also as an all-series volume).
Now is the time for the peasant, the urban worker, all native sons to stand up to tyranny and oust Europeans and their influences! Only the blood of the colonial oppressors will spare our children! Though we may not live to see our country free, every one of us can have freedom now as we refuse to bear the bondage with which we have been held for so long. Many of us may die as soldiers.
Published: November 17, 2015.
Fiction » Historical » General
The Brown Sahebs tells the story of India as it put on the clothes of a democracy while its body and soul remained a colony’s. It tells the story of power changing hands from the white sahebs to the brown sahebs who kept the inequality between the rulers and the ruled intact.
A memoir about a Mexican mother’s son growing up in poverty in America and his pursuit of the human right to education through the legacy of Gandhian nonviolence. Erik Olson Fernández’s journey and his strategic insights are a call to action to finish the “unfinished business” of the 1960s with a nonviolent struggle for the human right to quality free public education in the Americas.
Anger is one of the most common emotions we possess and we face in daily life, something that destroys peace of mind and relationships, and causes tremendous hardships to the angry person and those around him, eventually affecting mental and physical health. This book of 50 powerful quotes will open the eyes of the angry person and encourage him or her to seek some therapy or anger management.