My Unforgettable Memories is the English version of the Bengali memoir written by Mamata Banerjee, a powerful and controversial Indian political leader.
Summary Of The Book
My Unforgettable Memories is an autobiographical account of the personal and political journey of Mamata Banerjee, a noted Indian politician. She writes in great detail about every aspect of her life, from her happy childhood to her struggles in her political career, all of which have contributed to her personality and political persona.
She classifies the people surrounding her into three basic types: friends - who support her at every step, enemies - who ceaselessly plot against her, and conspirators - who are but enemies disguised as friends. Banerjee gives in-depth accounts of various events in her political career, including her election efforts, the rallies she has organized, her confrontations with the police, her separation from the Congress party, the establishment of her own political party, and her ascension to the post of Chief Minister of West Bengal.
Her anecdotes reveal her humble beginnings, religious nature, and stubborn temperament. They give the readers interesting insights into the life of one of India’s top politicians.
My Unforgettable Memories was published in 2012 by Roli Books. The original book was written initially in Bengali. This particular edition is the English version, translated by Nandini Sengupta.
About Mamata Banerjee
Mamata Banerjee is an Indian politician and advocate. She is the Founder and Chairperson of the Trinamool Congress (TMC), a political party in India.
She has penned down her memoirs in Bengali. They have been translated to English under the title My Unforgettable Memories.
Banerjee was born on January 5, 1955, in Calcutta (now Kolkata). She graduated with a BA degree from Jogmaya Devi College, and followed it up with a master’s degree in Islamic History from the University of Calcutta. She also holds a Law degree (LLB) from Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri Law College, and a degree in education (B.Ed) from Shri Shikshayatan College. Since her schooldays, she has been actively involved in politics, serving in various capacities at the state and central levels. On May 20, 2011, she became the 11th Chief Minister of West Bengal. Banerjee has put in considerable amounts of effort in reviving her state’s historical and cultural heritage. She has also contributed to various social development causes, in a political as well as individual capacity. In 2012, Banerjee appeared on Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
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Forget about it, please!
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