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India Without Gandhi

Mushtaq Naqvi (Author)
Synopsis To be great is to be misunderstood but in the case of Gandhiji, this misunderstanding went to ridiculous lengths. Somehow in some mysterious way, Gandhiji always was and still remains our only unchanging point of reference. He refuses to die for he was the quintessential India and his approach represented the truth every Indian has known for centuries. We have to follow his path. There is no alternative.
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Mushtaq Naqvi

Mushtaq Naqvi was born on 2nd October 1934 in Lucknow. Having lost his father early in life, he was brought up by his maternal uncle late Wasi Naqvi, a veteran Congress leader of U.P. On his father's side he traces his lineage to a family of sufis who still are a respected name in Punjab and Gujarat. On his mother's side he has descended from a line of freedom fighters (his great grandfather was hanged by the British in 1857). Naqvi after his early education in Rae Bareali and Lucknow did his M.A. from Allahabad University where he taught English literature for several years. In 1972 he joined Feroze Gandhi College, Rae Bareali. He has authored half a dozen books in Urdu including a book on para-psychology and a highly acclaimed biographical sketch of legendary poet and freedom fighter Firaq Gorakhpuri. His other books in English are due later this year. He regularly contribute articles to reputed magazines and newspapers of the country. Naqvi has retired and lives in Lucknow.

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Title India Without Gandhi
Author Mushtaq Naqvi
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
length viii+112 Pp, 23 cm