ANU The raj years by Shabnam Vasisht

By Shabnam Vasisht

This illustrated tale starts off on the element of a kid's delivery through the freedom fight in India. The publication, a real tale, describes a woman's amazing existence to the purpose of Independence of her country.Anu used to be born throughout the British raj, whilst the fight for Indian Independence used to be good below means. As an Indian Christian, her upbringing used to be stimulated through either British and Indian values. by the point she joined the distinguished Allahabad college so much scholars have been stuck up within the freedom move, led via the city’s recognized Nehru kinfolk. After commencement she was once eager about Mahatma Gandhi’s easy schooling programme, designed to convey literacy to the masses.This, the 1st a part of Anu’s tale, covers her unmarried years, ruled through nationwide occasions, international conflict II and the horrors of Partition. Anu’s marriage, after Independence, took her as distant from her roots as she may possibly go.But that’s one other story…

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