Nehru: The Invention of India

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Arcade Publishing, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 282 pages
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New from Shashi Tharoor, eminent United Nations diplomat and author of India: From Midnight to the Millennium, comes an incisive new biography of the great secularist, Jawaharlal Nehru, who - alongside his spiritual father, Mahatma Gandhi - led the movement for India's independence from British rule and ushered his newly independent country into the modern world. 'A well-crafted life of the Indian politician and independence-movement hero... A thoughtful account, likening Nehru to Thomas Jefferson in ways both positive and negative' - Kirkus Reviews
 

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User Review  - Akshat Solanki - Goodreads

It's one of the biographies written on the India's first prime minister Mr. Nehru and his life. Shashi Tharoor has written down a lot of things about Nehru, his experiences with the freedom movement ... Read full review

Review: Nehru: The Invention of India

User Review  - Muthu Raj - Goodreads

5 stars. A third entry to the classy shelf. TLDR; A must read that puts the people involved in Nationalist movement and Nehru's role in it as well as the feelings and ideals of Nehru in perspective ... Read full review

Contents

India Must Struggle against Herself
219
Short Biographical Notes
253
A Note on Sources
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