Mahatma's Blunders

Mahatma's Blunders : Why Did Godse Kill Gandhi?

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This book 'Mahatma's Blunders' is a critical analysis of a number of misconceived policies from 1920 to 1947, which ended up vivisecting the nation and ruining the lives of 20 million people. By meticulously studying Nathuram Godse's statement, presented in the Trial Court at the Red Fort, New-Delhi on 8th November 1948, and comparing it with facts gleaned from history and books on Indian Freedom Struggle it is a sincere effort to derive the logic behind Godse's criticism of Gandhiji's political strategies and try to answer a more fundamental question, why did Nathuram Godse kill Mahatma Gandhi? This book 'Mahatma's Blunders' covers the entire life span of Gandhiji's political career, from his early days in South Africa to his contribution to India's Freedom Struggle, right up to his last days. The motive behind writing this book is not to demean the Mahatma nor glorify his assassin but, uncover this myth that Gandhiji was a victim of religious fanaticism.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 15mm | 345g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514275147
  • 9781514275146

About Anup SarDesai

Anup Sardesai hails from the province of Goa, on the west coast of India. For the last five years, he has carried out extensive research on the religio-political problems in modern India without the help of any institution. This book 'Mahatma's Blunders' is his first book as an author.show more