India Marching: Reflections from a Nationalistic Perspective

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iUniverse, May 31, 2012 - History - 460 pages
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Depending on the text one is reading, an account of history may or may not depict the truth.
History is dictated or narrated by the victors of wars or the rulers of any particular landor else by their sycophantic followersand it does not necessarily refl ect actual events.
In India Marching, author Dr. Sat D. Sharma provides a perspective of Indias social, political,
and medical development history. This study discusses how ruling politicians have denied
generations of Indians born after independence a true account of the history of the freedom
struggle. It gives insight into the different players who fought for freedom on Indian soil and
outside by discussing

the freedom struggle; partition; independence; the post-independence era;

Sharma shares an account of the struggles that Indian citizens face, and he seeks to provide a true account of what the country and its people have endured throughout the years.


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This is a well researched unbiased account on the freedom struggle of the subcontinent and the aftermath of the same leading to its partition. The inhabitants of the subcontinent apparently prosperous have been a divided lot. That led to many invaders and looters making good use of the prevailing environment resulting in foreign rule for nearly one thousand years. Certain far-sighted intellectuals and hard-core nationalists made concerted efforts to motivate and invigorate the masses. The author has tried to put the relevant data in a concise manner. He deserves praise for doing so. This book is recommended for anyone interested in India in her present form.  

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It is a good read and I think it's a ready for history students besides the ones who are interested in knowing the rich cultural history of our nation. Good going!


IThe Freedom Struggle
II The Partition
III The Independence
IV The PostIndependence Era
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Sat D. Sharma is an internist, nephrologist, and pharmaceutical physician. He has traveled widely over the past four decades, has been published in over 125 national and international medical journals, and has presented more than sixty-five papers in medical conferences across the globe. He and his wife live in Mumbai.

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