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The History of Shivaji

 
Dennis Kincaid (Author) G.S. Mann (Editor)
Synopsis Shivaji, the grand rebel, the great patriot occupies a unique place in the history of India. Shivaji was the symbol of a resurgent Hindu nationalism drawing inspiration from the old classics, courageous and possessing high qualities of leadership. These qualities inspired Dennis Kincaid in-depth to study about Shivaji. In his study Kincaid explained different aspects and life of Shivaji. He divided the book in four parts i.e. childhood and youth, rebel, chieftain and king. Although much has been written on Shivaji but this book presents the viewpoint of Shivaji and the environment around him. The book will be found highly useful not only for the scholar and researcher but also will be stimulating to general readers, who has interest in Shivaji.
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About the author

G.S. Mann

Dr. G.S. Mann, Ph.D., D.Litt, is a renowned and celebrated author with more than 50 published works of his credit in the field of fiction, poetry, drama, journalism and others. An eminent educationist, Dr. Mann is former Principal, Government College of Ludhiana and a member of Hindi Sahitya Salahakar Samiti, Govt. of India. His literary and pedagogic pursuits have won him more than 15 prestigious awards that include 3 National and 4 State awards. Dr. Mann is Shiromani Sahityakar of the Punjab Government and is also a recipient of Mohan Rakesh National Award from the Government of Delhi. He is a widely traveled author and has visited U.K., France, U.S.A., Canada and Nepal several times of deliver discourses on Indian Culture, Philosophy, Astrology and Spiritualism.

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Bibliographic information

Title The History of Shivaji
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length xxiv+200p., Index; 23cm.
Subjects History