The Great Speeches of Modern India
The Great Speeches of Modern India tells the story of modern India through its speeches. Here are all the classics from Tilak, Gandhi, Nehru, Tagore, Ambedkar, L.K. Advani, Manmohan Singh, Indira Gandhi, and here are also some rare speeches—Satyajit Ray on cinema, Vikram Seth on his school days and Godse’s defence of his assassination of Gandhi. Stimulating, informative, and full of rare gems, The Great Speeches of Modern India is a must on every bookshelf.
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On the inauguration of the Muslim League 1906
Sisters and brothers of America 1893
The dangerous cult of absolute nonviolence 1940
At the second Round Table Conference 1931
The death of God 1933
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