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  • ISBN : 9788125931867
  • Pages : 836
  • Binding : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Imprint : Vikas Publishing
  • Size : 5.5” x 8.5”

Price : 1100.00 880.00

The significance of the new edition lies in engaging the minds of two generations ';born' into a free country, to enable them to empathetically understand the aspirations and goals that united our leaders then towards the common cause of freedom. The significance lies in invoking the re-awakening of the Indian spirit. Surely it is time for the over 1 billion people in India to ask themselves honestly what their contribution has been thus far towards realizing an India free from poverty, illiteracy and inequality. While numerous tomes have been written on the Indian freedom struggle, the popularity of Freedom at Midnight lies in its easy narrative flow which veers from the thrilling to the enlightening, sometimes poignant and ever compelling style.

    A Race Destined to Govern and Subdue
  • Walk Alone, Walk Alone
  • Leave India to God
  • A Last Tattoo for the Dying Raj
  • An Old man and His Shattered Dream
  • A Precious Little Place
  • Palaces and Tigers, Elephants and Jewels
  • A Day Cursed by the Stars
  • The Most Complex Divorce in History
  • We Will Always Remain Brothers
  • While the World Slept
  • Oh Lovely Dawn of Freedom
  • Our People Have Gone Mad
  • The Greatest Migration in History
  • Kashmir – Only Kashmir!
  • Two Brahmins from Poona
  • Let Gandhi Die!
  • The Vengeance of Madanlal Pahwa
  • We Must Get Gandhi Before the Police Get Us’ Police Get Us’
  • The Second Crucifixion

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