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Know About Savarkar: Ek Bhule-Bisre Ateet Ki Goonj 1883-1924

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 leaders of the twentieth century.

Accounts of his eventful and stormy life have oscillated from eulogizing

hagiographies to disparaging demonization. The truth, as always, lies

somewhere in between and has unfortunately never been brought to light.

Savarkar and his ideology stood as one of the strongest and most virulent

opponents of Gandhi, his pacifist philosophy, and the Indian National Congress.

An 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 a law 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, where he underwent unimaginable torture.

From 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 suspicion?

Drawing from a vast range of original archival documents across India and

abroad, this biography in two parts-the first focusing on the years leading up to

his incarceration and eventual release from the Kalapani-puts Savarkar, his life

and philosophy in a new perspective and looks at the man with all his

achievements and failings.

Know About Vikram Sampath

Bangalore based historian, Dr. Vikram Sampath is the author of five acclaimed books: Splendours of Royal Mysore: the Untold Story of the Wodeyars; "My Name Is Gauhar Jaan: The Life and Times of a Musician"-¬- and "Voice of the Veena: S Balachander -¬- A Biography".


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