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History of India: A New Approach

 
Kittu Reddy (Author)
Synopsis History, as it has generally been conceived and written in modern times, has limited itself to the outer narration and interpretation of events and ignored the psychological forces and factors that affect human life. This predominance of external events has been so great that most modern historians and political thinkers have concluded that objective necessities are by law of nature, the only really determining forces; all else is result or superficial accidents of these forces. Scientific history has been conceived as if it must be a record and appreciation of the environmental motives of political action of the play of economic forces and developments and the course of institutional evolution. Indian history in particular loses all its true significance when looked from this purely external viewpoint. For the Indian mind and temperament is naturally inward looking. This book is an attempt to look at Indian history from the psychological and inner angle. It is an attempt to place in proper perspective, the deeper psychological and spiritual elements even in the outer life of the Indian nation. It starts from the pulsating spiritual beginnings of the Vedic and Upanishadic times and traces the evolution of India to the building of empires; it is followed by a description of the invasions both Muslim and English and the psychological impact that they had on the people of India. Next there is a detailed description of the freedom movement with special emphasis on the psychological forces that were in play till the attainment of independence in 1947. Finally it concludes with a vision for the future of India. We hope that this book will give a greater insight and lead to a true understanding of Indian culture and civilization. This book is particularly aimed at the young, not only to those who are young in body but also in the heart.
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About the author

Kittu Reddy

Shri Kittu Reddy was born in the Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh in 1936. His father was one of the first MLCs when he was elected as a member of the Swarajya Paraty in 1924. He is the nephew of Late Sanjiva Redday, the former President of India. Since 1987,he has been giviing talks to the Indian Army on Indian culture, the Mission of India and Motivation and Leadership. In 1994, at the request of General BC Joshi, who was then chief of Aarmy Staff, he moved over to Delhi for two years to help him in his work. He was appoointed Adviser to the Army Welfare Education Society. After the passing away of General Joshi, he worked closely with General Shankar Roy Chowdhury, when he was the Chief of the Indian Army. Since then he has been in close touch with the INdian Army and has conducted workshops for the Indian Army, Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force. The workshops deal with Motivation, Leadership and the Indian Nation. They have been held both in Pondicherry at Sri Aurobindo Ashram and at training centers of the Armed Forces. He has also written two books, one for the INdian Army titled "Bravest of the Brave" and a very important book on history, named "History of India - A New Approach." In addition he has written a monograph entitled "Kargil, the manifestation of a deeper problem."

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Bibliographic information

Title History of India: A New Approach
Author Kittu Reddy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818747114X
length 503p.
Subjects History