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Rubab Hfeez Khan 7 years ago Reply nice story narrated by sapan kapoor!!! Pappoo 7 years ago Reply Nehru and Edwina: A subcontinental adultery Nowsherwan 7 years ago Reply This is something for which chacha Nehru has earned my respect. He actually practiced the old dictum of " divide and rule" , and for that matter the division was certainly not of native territories Anoop 7 years ago Reply Raza: "But fair play to Nehru if he was able to use this relationship to gain political ground in the partition, I respect his cunning. Without which Pakistan would be part of India today!!! Catch my drift?
He was a gung-ho sort and could be relied upon to remove himself, and his nation, by any means necessary. And, by this stage, the British government did not care much which means were necessary. The end was its only concern. The author deftly juggles the lives of Lord and Lady Mountbatten, Nehru, Gandhi, and Jinnah, against a broad historical canvas. While more detailed and less witty accounts may provide more authoritative histories, I doubt there are few as entertaining or insightful. This is history written from the top, gazing fixedly at the personalities and actions of the central players in a distinctly non-Tolstoyan manner. Particularly interesting are the insights into the personal foibles of those that popular history has cast into largely heroic molds -- not only the aforementioned Lord Mountbatten, but Churchill and Gandhi as well.
Mountbatten worked with Nehru, Gandhi and the leader of the Muslim historical period Edwina Mountbatten walking arm in arm with Nehru through of Power ebook, pdf, djvu, epub, mobi, fb2, zip, rar, torrent Download to. Mind blowing!! I had never read any book related to Indian History which is as explosive as this!! An excerpt from chapter on Rajaji:. Lal Bahadur Shastri:.
Edwina Ashley was born in , the elder daughter of Wilfred Ashley , later 1st Baron Mount Temple of the creation , who was a Conservative member of Parliament. Cassel was one of the richest and most powerful men in Europe. He outlived his only child, Amalia, and left the bulk of his vast fortune to Edwina, his elder granddaughter. Her grandfather, Sir Ernest, solved the domestic dilemma by inviting her to live with him and, eventually, to act as hostess at his London residence, Brook House. Later, his other mansions, Moulton Paddocks and Branksome Dene, would become part of her Cassel inheritance. By the time Lord Mountbatten first met Edwina in , she was a leading member of London society. The wedding attracted crowds of more than 8, people, and was attended by many members of the royal family, including Queen Mary , Queen Alexandra , the Prince of Wales the future King Edward VIII ; it was dubbed "wedding of the year".
Pamela was keen to know more about the relationship. The book, first published in the UK in , has been brought out in India as a paperback by Hachette. Pamela also writes that while leaving India, Edwina wanted to give Nehru her emerald ring. Is it surprising, therefore, that the people of India should love you and look up to you as one of themselves and should grieve that you are going?
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