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Jawaharlal Nehru has won the admiration of the people of India and the world as a national leader, as a writer, as a humanist etc. Anyone who wishes to understand the controversial aspects of his personality would do well to peruse this biography. This work also traces the history of the freedom movement in India.


The occasional glimpses of the family life of Nehru are enlivening. He was the most remarkable statesman, a man who enthralled everyone with his magical personality; a leader who was literally hero-worshipped and an orator of the order, who, once he climbed the rostrum and took the microphone in his hand, became one with the audience and held them spellbound. The colorful and complex personality of Nehru is viewed through Indian eyes – a fact which makes the book all the more interesting.


About the Author


Frank Moraes, was an editor of many prominent newspapers in post-Independence India, including The Indian Express. Frank Moraes is considered as one of the “legends” among editors in India, together with others like Durga Das, Pothan Joseph, Kasturi, Mulgaonkar, Shankar, Shelapauthi Rao, Prem Bhatia, Edatata Narayanan, and Nikhil Chakravorty. Moraes is the author of India Today, The Revolt in Tibet, Report on Mao’s China, Yonder one world: a study of Asia and the West, The importance of being black: an Asian looks at Africa and Behind the Bamboo Curtain.

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