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|Translated By||Shushant Jha|
|Number of Pages||576 Pages|
India after Gandhi was without fail Guha’s magnum opus. A true masterpiece! When it came, it was appreciated all over and made it the best book of that year. For me, it was perhaps the most researched book on India’s political history since her Independence. A must read not only for the history students, but for every one who holds some stakes in our beloved country. Sushant Jha has translated a sensation, and, I must say, it couldn’t have been easy for him and surely grilled him pretty hard. Translation for any book seems easy if one has a command over that language, but, greatness lies in maintaining the soul of that purpose. The essence must be there for the readers and on that very account, Sushant deserves all the credit to make it a beauty. I read it twice in English but Hindi is my mother tongue and I confessed to myself, this book might have augmented my intellectual pursuit but reading it again in Hindi, I enjoyed the best and I totally earned it. Hindi is the most spoken language in our country and I hope this book find some special places for everyone who hasn’t tasted it due to language barrier. Kudos to Sushant jha for keeping up Guha’s standard...Prem Mishra( Delhi).
First of all thanks to RC Guja and then to Sushant Jha for translating the Historical epic in vernacular language …..It’s always welcome for scholars and students to read such a voluminous compendium of history in Hindi which was either beyond their reach or they were oblivious of its availability.
Someone like me who find it difficult to analyse and interprets the book in totality because of its language barrier.It opens a new window of literary and historical facts which would be much easier to interpret now.
India After Gandhi, no doubt is one on the most condensed works for one to get a feel of India's motley historical and political hues. But the translation done by Sushant Jha has made it possible for Hindi readers to savour this enlightening piece of work. Although I had read the english version, nevertheless I bought the Hindi version too and read it. I was most happy to find that the translator had kept in mind the emotional content of the author as well as kept the sctipt tight. Good work Sushant Jha!
One of the greatest book i have ever read on the indian history after the independence...
having a lots of facts and genuine references to prove its facts. a Good book which shows how a newly created country grows its root .A must buy .