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Stormy Savarkar: The Revolutionary Who Jumped the Ship

 
Saligram Gosain (Author)
Synopsis ‘Stormy Savarkar’ highlights the life-long sufferings of Veer Savarkar undergoing his imprisionment in the Kala Paani, the Andamans. He was the harbinger of the movement for the attainment of India’s freedom among the Indians in Britain and others internationally. He was the epitome of love for his motherland.
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About the author

Saligram Gosain

Saligram Gosain, writer, poet and journalist, was born on December 27, 1918 at Hafizabad in gujranwala, Pakistan. He has written books in English, Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi (mostly poetry). His books are ‘Rashtra-ke-Swar’ and ‘Sapnon-ke-Pankh’ (Hindi), ‘Khwabo-Khayal’ (Urdu) and ‘Pebbles on the Sea-Shore’ and ‘Nature Cure For Common Diseases’ (English); biographies as ‘Goswami Saints of Punjab, Baba Simaran and others, ‘Stormy Savarkar’ and ‘Netaji, the Eternal Flame of Liberty’, ‘Dhan Baba Nanak’, ‘Guru Nanak’ and ‘Guru Tegh Bahadur.’ He edited ‘Pavitra Koran Darshan’ and ‘Amrit Baani.’ He was awarded the honorary title of ‘Kaviratna’ by the YVF University, Rishikesh, and Gold Medal by Lions International at Patna for his poetic literature. He was convener of All-India Mushairas and Kavi Sammelans when General Secretary of Hindi Sahitya Parishad at Sindri (Bihar).

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Bibliographic information

Title Stormy Savarkar: The Revolutionary Who Jumped the Ship
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Vijay Goel
Language: English
isbn 8189297074
length 112p., Plates; 22cm.
Subjects History