Vinayak Damodar Savarkar: The Much-maligned and Misunderstood Revolutionary and Freedom Fighter
Some men are born great. Some are made great. Some are denied greatness in their life time. Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, the doyen of Indian Revolutionaries and a front-rank freedom fighter belongs to the third category. Whether as a social revolutionary, or political revolutionary or politician Savarkar was always firm by his convictions. Despite suffering ignominy at the hands of his own undeserving brethren Savarkar kept the flame of true nationalism burning. The book not only gives us details about the various achievements of Savarkar in various fields of social, revolutionary and political life but also in the field of poetry and literature. This book fully dispels all doubts, apprehensions, misconceptions and misunderstanding about this Great Son of Mother India who sacrificed his present to mould the future of his country. Power politics makes mischevous attempts to malign this peerless patriot. But truth has already started dawning and all the clouds eclipsing the multi-dimentional personality of Veer Savarkar have started dispersing and the bright sun of his name and fame will soon illuminate the political sky of India that is Bharat. Read this book to appreciate Savarkar┐s real worth.
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The Social Revolutionary
The Political Revolutionary
Veer Savarkar and Mahatma Gandhi
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