Read “India Wins Freedom” by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad with Rakuten Kobo. One of the makers of modern India tells the story of the partition of India as never . Maulana Sayyid Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin Ahmed bin Khairuddin Al- Hussaini Azad was . He has written many books including India Wins Freedom, Ghubar-e-Khatir, Tazkirah, Tarjumanul Quran (Urdu تذکرہ ترجمان القُران), etc. India Wins Freedom by Azad Maulana Abul Kalam from Only Genuine Products. 30 Day Replacement Guarantee. Free Shipping. Cash On.

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I am staying fascinated through knowing the story of India’s freedom, the process through which it was achieved, the differences and agreement and ideologies and opinions of the great men of the gestation times He comes as a person who candidly expresses his opinion in his book without thinking about how the jndia will judge him and therefore also concede his blunders too.

Azad continued to proclaim his faith in Hindu-Muslim unity: Azad’s tomb is a major landmark and receives large numbers of visitors annually. Book present a detailed analysis of event post s till Gandhi’s death from Maulana Azad’s perspective. The Muslims who would be left behind, he said, would discover that they have become alien and foreigners. It is true that the Maulana was also a party to the Congress Working Committee CWC resolution accepting partition but he had never accepted partition.

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However, for someone who feels an affinity towards the Maulana, this book is a fabulous experience. He is also credited with the establishment of the Indian Institutes of Technology and the foundation of the University Grants Commissionan important institution to supervise and advance higher education throughout the country. And he was successful in portraying that the communal tensions experienced by pre-independent India had nothing to do with religion but everything to do with politics.

Certified BuyerDiamond Harbour. Coming straight from the President of INC for 7 years, who knew inside out of the situation, this book has left me with hope and positivity. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Smarak Bhavan. For the former Indian president, see A. Abul Kalam also in detail gives us the clear picture of of how important leaders came into an acceptance with inevitability of partition and the events before it. That finally drove Jinnah to insist on partition.

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Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience. Hindu extremists have always put assertions on Azad’s role, while Muslim separatists do not agree with Azad’s view, hence why his story has always been on the back pages of history. Along with fellow Khilafat leaders Dr. He died in at the age of 69 in New Delhi, India. In any case they would have formed their own governments in the Muslim majority provinces and would have had stake in the whole of India.

Speaking vehemently against Jinnah’s Two-Nation Theory —the notion that Hindus and Muslims were distinct nations—Azad lambasted religious separatism and exhorted all Muslims to preserve a united India, as all Hindus and Muslims were Indians who shared deep bonds of brotherhood and nationhood.

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India Wins Freedom: The Complete Version by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad

Since he was a congress president between entire duration of world war from tohave participated in all major Indo-British discussion like Cripps Mission, Shimla conference, Cabinet Mission etc, his reading of all this time provide a significant historical record. Maulana Azad had done so much to see to it that India should become a free nation without any partition.

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Certified BuyerSiliguri. At the middle of the book, I really hoped that the Autobiography of the author would turn into fiction and the partition would not happen if the matters were carried out carefully.

Azad was imprisoned, together with the entire Congress leadership. As suggested before, I would also recommending this book to every Indian.

It is marked by the direct, clear cut passages that narrate incidents that took place during the Indian Independence movement. He oversaw abkl setting up of the Central Institute of Education, Delhi, which later became the Department of Education of the University of Delhi as “a research centre for solving new educational problems of the country”. Very informative, it presents a detailed and aaad account of the events that led to the partition of the sub-continent.

It is because, Maulana was born in a family where Arabic and Persian were used more frequently than Urdu. Certified BuyerHowrah.


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India Wins Freedom is an autobiographical narrative of the partition that occurred in Although, many of them did political blunders at that time also but there were people in the organisation itself that will be oppose their viewpoints. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Like Sardar Patel in became fervour supporter of partition after bitter experiences with Muslim League in the interim government specially with Liyaqat Ali than even Jinnah.

We must not for a moment forget, it is a birthright of every individual to receive at least the basic education without which he cannot fully discharge his duties as a citizen. Maulana azad works in urdu as a religious has left few parallels, but this book is of his political Saga.

Sardarshri Ke Patra 2. Maulana Azad worked for Vakila newspaper from Amritsar. The text now reveals that the controversy that has simmered for so long about the hitherto unpublished pages, was fully justified.

Azad committed himself to Gandhi’s ideals, including promoting Swadeshi indigenous products and the cause of Swaraj Self-rule for India. Overall rating No ratings yet 0.

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India’s main political party, the Indian National Congress came under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi, who had aroused excitement all over India when he led the farmers of Champaran and Kheda in a successful revolt against British authorities in Indian Muslims and Partition of India. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Azad Maulana Abul Kalam. Focusing on bringing the capital of Delhi back to peace, Azad organised security and relief efforts, but was drawn into a dispute with the Deputy prime minister and Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel when he demanded the dismissal abu, Delhi’s police commissioner, who was a Sikh accused by Muslims of overlooking attacks and neglecting their safety.