Sunday, March 15, 2015

Book Review: Goodbye to Violence: Jyothirllata Girija

Goodbye to Violence, by Jyothirllata Girija, a dictation of Tamil novel Manikkodi is the story of the struggle for freedom in India and is something that has intrigued many writers and directors. Much has been written and spoken. However, if you want to learn more about it from the point of view of history, then you should read this book.

The struggle for independence in India is considered a masterpiece as a historical chronicle of Indian freedom and his struggle. The book has elaborate descriptions of the struggle for freedom in general, which means that on the numerous revolts described in detail and, finally, the freedom of the country.

Every aspect of its creation, the reasons and the causes, effects and failure was mentioned in detail. In addition, details were given on the historical evaluation of the revolts and overall, with the book describe the meaning of unity tact and strategy to achieve victory. This book can give you a beautiful gift bag to the country you love, and tell of the obstacles they had to overcome, the subterfuge, the joints, the long period of hiding.

The book describes well the thorough research made by the author did in various aspects, with a detailed review of the struggle for Indian independence that will take you to the chapters written about the role played by Gandhi and Nehru with the incidents depicted are very penetrating and attractive.

The book is a manual for students who want to study the history of Indian freedom and at the same time, is aimed at readers who want a different perspective on the subject. The ideas presented are fighting fertile and brilliant, and often lead to good thoughts and offer the possibility of new actors in the various aspects of life.

The struggle is told in 69 long chapters, along with other helpful notes and descriptions with, the author has done a swell job in telling the story of the struggle of India in an interesting way with the, sudden bursts of violence, explosions of old rivalries and traditions. Despite the difficulties and conflicts, it is the most listened to guide with the path towards' independence, which finally arrives in 1947.

Historical analysis effectively helps to understand India, through the consideration of the different social and political forces that led to the independence of the country and analyzes the role played by the nationalist movements, together with the analysis of the important role played by Mahatma Gandhi.

The book has other visions that took power during the period, such as those of one of the most important exponents of revolutionary nationalism, and radical nationalism to find people that illuminate that part of India, that part of the world forgotten by us who read this beautiful book, with a book important and poignant, where we get excited and outraged, when we are protected by our affections, the warmth of a home, and a hot meal.

It is a book that marks you and teaches you that certain situations you can and must change, and that freedom is the thing that counts most and from these two different approaches, the need is to read the texts, in a comparison that guide the reader toward an image of a country, in which thoughts and emotions come together in a wonderful amalgam.


Format: Paperback ♥ Pages: 768 ♥ Publisher: Cyberwit.net ♥ Published: December 2014 ♥ Language: English ♥ ISBN-13: 978-8182535442
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