ISBN 9789382277026,The Tutor Of History

The Tutor Of History

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ISBN 9789382277026
Publisher

Aleph Book Company

Publication Year 2012
ISBN-13

ISBN 9789382277026

ISBN-10 9382277021
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 472 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

History & Politics

India'S Freedom Was Bargained For With Blood, The Blood Of Innocents Who Were Slaughtered Following The Decision To Split The Country In A Move That Would Forever Change The Fates Of Indians Everywhere. In Savage Harvest, Mohinder Singh Sarna Recounts The Horrors Of That Episode In His Life, The Horrors Of The Partition Of India. Summary Of The Book In This Collection Of Stories From People Across The Country, Readers Relive The Horrors Of A Harvest That Reaped The Blood Of Their Countrymen Decades Ago. In The Stories Of A Brave Father Willing To Sacrifice His Son, Or In Those Of A Poet Returning To His Home Across The Border To Find His Books Unspoiled By Strangers, Readers Discover Both Sides Of The Partition. Hate Takes Center-Stage, And This Book Proves That There Is Nothing To Do With Religion When It Comes To Hatred. Instead, Religion And Culture Are What Bring People Together, Those Who Blame Religion And Faith For Violence Do Not See The Entire Story. A Story That Shows That In A Vicious Harvest, The Blood Is Usually On The Hands Of Those Who Held The Sickle, Not Those Who Forged It. About The Authors Mohinder Singh Sarna Was An Indian Writer. He Has Written Several Collections Of Poetry, Short Stories And Novels And Much Of His Work Has Been Translated Into Other Languages. He Was Awarded The Sahitya Akademi Award For His Work And His Work Has Been Featured In Many University-Prescribed Syllabi Across India. Navtej Sarna Is An Indian Writer And Diplomat. He Has Also Written: The Exile, We Weren'T Lovers Like That, Winter Evenings, The Book Of Nanak, Folk Tales Of Poland And Has Also Translated Guru Gobind Singh'S Zafarnama.
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