the struggle for Indian home rule which was started with the inauguration of the Indian National Congress has many difficulties to encounter, has strong and powerful opponents and has received many checks. But its strongest opponent is Mr. Gandhi and perhaps the most severe check it has received is the adoption by the national congress at his instance in Calcutta and Nagpur of the so called Non-Violent Non-co-operation.
This book is a learning experience, that covers the period of Muslin incursions in India, brave retaliation of the natives, British rule with all its intrigues and finally the struggle for freedom and liberation of the mother country.
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