Free Savarkar Echoes from a Forgotten Past 1883–1924


Revolutions internal mini revolutions spies police "PLANS CHASE DRAMATIC CAPTURE DARING ESCAPE " chase dramatic capture daring escape freedom poetry and even a bunch of jokers And with at #freedom poetry and even a bunch of jokers And with at two stops to blink away tears especially when you recollect the The Lively Art of Writing left wingunatics referring to this eader in such a disparaging mannerWould be so awesome if this author could rewrite the school history textbooks A visit to the cellular jail in Andaman few years ago gave me goosebumps but did not give the motivation to know about the star prisoner here but otherwise not so well known freedom fighter SavarkarIt was only a few months ago when my Hinduphobic CAA protesting teacher of Women s Studies who would be vocal about her hatred for Hindutva Hindu Rashtra and Savarkar but couldn t string together two coherent sentences to explain why that I was driven to earn about the connection between the words It has only been a few months that I ve started digging into the un sanitized and honest version of my country s history and I d highly recommend this book to anyone on a similar journey Already ooking forward to part 2 of the biography Covers Savarkar s journey from birth till his incarceration in the Andamans and eventual release in 1924 Fantastic book A must read for all Hindus The man is an inspiration and the book highlights just why His greatness shone through even in the Cellular jail where he became the root cause for several reformsAnd ike any good book this one eads to many others Go grab it This is an exceptionally well researched and articulated book ever written on Vinayak Damodar Savarkar The sheer amount of information gathered in this book is beyond comparison I am spellbound at this vast magnitude of information that is carefully crafted and executed beautifully Having been a huge fan of VD Savarkar I enjoyed each and every page of this book It took me substantial amount of time to finish reading this book But it was worth it The struggle and the aspiration of VD Savarkar to attain the Independence from the British and too see his motherland attain her full and glorious swaraj is captured brilliantly From his childhood till his adolescence his youth the book captures a tale that is warming heart wrenching and an eye opener VD Savarkar is an exceptional personality in amassing the people towards a greater cause of Indian Independence His oratory skills his fierce poems his political speeches has made him a arger than ife hero among the Indians yesterday and today as well The book captures every ittle details of how his ife has evolved over the years The decade he spent his ife in the Cellular Jails of Andaman s is gut wrenching episode that one can read His conduct his Positive attitude and the way he inspires people to keep up their spirits high even during such times is commendable The debate over whether he wrote any mercy petitions or demanded his release as per the The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness laws of the then British Government will get a clarity by reading this book The book is just a part 1 of VD Savarkar sife There is to come in the 2nd part of this bookI am waiting for the 2nd part of this book to come out A brave attempt by the author Vikram Sampath in bringing out the hero VD Savarkar in its truest form Would highly recommend this book to everyone A must read A detailed and well articulated Journey of Veer Savarkar who was constantly The Leadership Gap lynched by his antagonist A systematic conspiracy anf defamations was run by pseudoiberals This book exposes all these efforts and throw the Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science (and What I've Learned So Far) light on the great work done this visionaryA must read book and it should be in bookshelf. E he underwent unimaginable tortureFrom being an optimistic advocate of Hindu Muslim unity in his treatise on the 1857 War of Independence what was it that transformed him in the Cellular Jail to a proponent of 'Hindutva' which viewed Muslims with suspicionDrawing from a vast range of original archival documents across India and abroad this biography in two parts the first focusing on the yearseading up to his incarceration and eventual release from the Kalapani puts Savarkar his Serenity Role Playing Game life and philosophy in a new perspective andooks at the man with all his achievements and failings. G for British officers in 1857 had a asting impression on him Savarkar was also one of the first to coined the phrase The First War of Indian Independence of 1857 while the colonial historians tried to dub it as Sepoy mutiny He was also the first Indian Tressed to Kill (Southern Beauty Shop, leader to have organized a mass bonfire of foreign goods but also the first student to be rusticated from a government aided institution for political purposes He was one of the first organized secret societies in India the Mitra Melaater became Abhinav Bharat in the early 1900s that called for total and complete freedom In #London he built a vast network of revolutionaries across Europe and also produced #he built a vast network of revolutionaries across Europe and also produced huge corpus of intellectual output for the revolutionary movementHe was also a voracious reader who read not only Marathi but world Tressed to Kill literature Unlike most revolutionaries who took inspiration from Marxist he took inspiration from Italian revolutionariesike Mazzini and Garibaldi and Indian heroes ike ShivajiHe also contributed immensely to the purification of the Marathi anguage and introduction of new words for English euivalents Must read to understand complex phenomenon that was SavarkarImportant book It provides a refreshing The Dancer Who Flew: A Memoir of Rudolf Nureyev look at Savarkar sife Importantly it goes in details of the Hindutva philosophy and his scientific approach Although these writings were available in Marathi author has done a great job translating them thus making them available to non Marathi readers Looking forward towards second half One heck of a book Finished this book in 3 days Finally i got to read a book on Savarkar Loved it Admiring it Eagerly waiting for 2nd book More books need to be written on non Hindi or Bengali eaders I am sure every regional place have their eaders We need such books This book was wow I came to know so many things Finally without any agenda someone wrote book on him Besides being a good biography overall this one does especially good coverage of his post grad times in LondonIndia House days when he initially became famous as a revolutionary mentoring and interacting with not just students ike Madanlal Dhingra which is uite well known but also surprisingly personalities such as Sikandar Hayat Khan Later CM Of later CM of Indian Punjab during the 35 47 period MPT Acharya ater a famous Indian Communist etc It would have been nicer to see a slightly better and coherent coverage of his pre student days although this is indeed covered its often at very uneven pace but then again its tougher to have information about before someone starts becoming newsworthyOverall a must read especially but not only for readers from outside Maharashtra or a Marathi speaking background who have imited exposure to some of Savarkar s songs poem iterary work and his The Gingerbread Man and the Leprechaun Loose at School life events in general Exceptionally detailed account of Savarkar Was surprised that howittle had been taught to us about him in schools One of the exceptional freedome fighters with incisive writing No wonder Britishers thought of him as the fearsome Indian freedom fighter It s a must must read if you want to know about Indian history and Savarkar s contribution to the freedom of India What I really iked about the book was it s very detailed account of a specific time frame Its nicely edited one of the big issues that I find with most Indian authors And most importantly it s engaging and will never make you feel ost at any given point What an amazing personality Veer Savarkar And so brilliantly described in this book biographyFor the most part this book reads The Gingerbread Man Loose in the School like a thriller novel than a biography evil masters rebels. OngressAn alleged atheist and a staunch rationalist who opposed orthodox Hindu beliefs encouraged inter caste marriage and dining and dismissed cow worship as mere superstition Savarkar was arguably the most vocal political voice for the Hindu community through the entire course of India's freedom struggle From the heady days of revolution and generating international support for the cause of India's freedom as aaw student in London Savarkar found himself arrested unfairly tried for sedition transported and incarcerated at the Cellular Jail in the Andamans for over a decade wher.

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Histories of the world have always been distorted over the years with the true facts remaining unknown to the common man Shri Vinayak Damodar Savarkar has been one such great freedom fighter #WHO HAS ALWAYS BEEN DEPICTED AS #has always been depicted as controversial personality in all these years thanks to this distorted Indian history by the various political factions right from the days of independence As noted author Meghnad Desai has rightly said that Savarkar has ong been a subject of abuse and adulation both based on incomplete understanding of his ife and ideasI had always been wanting to know about Mr Savarkar ife and work and make my own opinion about him rather than what has been potrayed by the successive ruling governments till nowThis book is truely an eye opener The author Mr Vikram Sampath has written an excellent book higlighting to the reader both the dark and bright sides of Savarkar I recommend common men ike me to read the book and understand a great freedom fighter and revolutionary of Indian Independence of Mr Savarkar s statureThe book talks of right from his early years at his native place in Bhagur and then subseuently at Nasik the events that inspired him especially that of the execution of Chaphekar brothers The book very beautifully explains Savarkar s idea behind setting up Abhinav Bharat and how it grew from a fledgling organisation to a arge following of ike minded people who wanted to fight against the oppression by the British governmentTwo phases of his ife which had a major impact on Savarkar was during his stay at India House in London and subseuent arrest with transportation to the Andaman Cellular PrisonThe kind of hardships faced by him during his 14 years at Andaman Cellular Prison show his resolve and mental strength Although these phases of his ife gave to the world beautiful poetry and writtings which truely depict one s ove for his motherlandThe book also brings to fore the other side of Savarkar as having super human memory I recollected instances cited in the book where during his initial 5 6 years in prison he was not even allowed pen pencil or paper all those immortal poems that he composed where stored in recesses of his memoryThe only point that I would The Cake House like to point out is the sudden abrupt ending of the book after Savarkar s release The author should have written about Savarkar sife post his release from Ratnagiri PrisonHowever all in all its an excellent read and highly recommended book to readers I am a reformist at heartI am glad that we finally have a biography dedicated to Savarkar This book was an eye opener for meI didn t know about Savarkar anything till 2015 One of the bravest anti colonial revolutionaries of Freedom Struggle of India was suspiciously missing from our school books as well as the mainstream political discourse And it is obvious why Only those belonging to a particular ideology find a mention in general textbooks The entire credit for Indian Independence is given to Gandhi and Congress eaders However Congress from its inception was an institutionalized channel of communication between the rulers and the ruled The other outcome of these explosive events was a growing realization in the minds of the British albeit in a minority of the need to engage with Indians and win them over to avoid a repetition of 1857 Allan Octavian Hume as one the British administrator and policy influencer As the collector of Etawah he had seen the horrors of 1857 "first hand The nightmare of having to paint his skin black and wear " hand The nightmare of having to paint his skin black and wear sari and bura to escape the bloodthirsty revolutionaries ookin. As the intellectual fountainhead of the ideology of Hindutva which is in political ascendancy in India today Vinayak Damodar Savarkar is undoubtedly one of the most contentious political thinkers and The Wisdom of Psychopaths: What Saints, Spies, and Serial Killers Can Teach Us About Success leaders of the twentieth century Accounts of his eventful and stormyife have oscillated from eulogizing hagiographies to disparaging demonization The truth as always The Outlandish Adventures of Liberty Aimes lies somewhere in between and has unfortunately never been brought toight Savarkar and his ideology stood as one of the strongest and most virulent opponents of Gandhi his pacifist philosophy and the Indian National .
Savarkar Echoes from a Forgotten Past 1883–1924


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    Free Savarkar Echoes from a Forgotten Past 1883–1924 Must read to understand complex phenomenon that was SavarkarImportant book It provides a refreshing look at Savarkar's life Importantly it goes in details of the Hindutva philosophy and his scientific approach Although these writings were available in Marathi author has done a great job translating them thus making them available to non Marathi readers Looking forward towards second half

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    Free Savarkar Echoes from a Forgotten Past 1883–1924 Vikram Sampath ô 9 read & download A detailed and well articulated Journey of Veer Savarkar who was constantly lynched by his antagonist A systematic conspiracy anf defamations was run by pseudo liberals This book exposes all these efforts and throw the light on the great work done this visionaryA must read book and it should be in bookshelf

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