Erent from the images of the dacoits Chambal Valley and its outlaws We get glimpses into the royal family of Gwalior Figures like the historical Raja Pratap Singh and contemporaries politicians like Charan Singh who rose to be the Prime Minister are sketched in a few wordsScattered throughout the book are amusing pisodes like Azad to wrestle a Yadav pehlwan in order to nter their village or Azad s
Body Guards Mistaking His To Wipe The Sweat From guards mistaking his gesture to wipe the sweat from forehead as a pre arranged gesture to rough up a government official The circuitous ways in which the freedom fighters vaded the police dragnet are worthy of a thrillerAlthough narration of the activities of his high achieving father by his son could Not Without a Fight easily have turned into a laudatory paean Hari Govind Narayan Dubey maintains a matter of fact tone The hand of Saaz Aggarwal isvident in the flow of the language Garden Bouquets and Beyond everywhereThe memoir deserved to be widely readspecially since it is has been archived by AcademiaEdu the mission of which is to make The Unseen Wonder every scholarly and scientific paper available for free on the internet and is used by academics at 16292 universities. St movement it gives us a ringside view of the Swadeshi movement the Mainpuri Conspiracy Case thearly years of the Indian Congress how the salt law was broken how the banned annual Congress session in Calcutta conducted how dhara 144 was overturned the first lections held in British India the Tripuri crisis and Pant Prastav individual satyagraha and most dramatic of all uit India and life in jail followed by incidents that took place after Partitio. ,
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My knowledge of the history of the freedom movement in India may be to
that of member of the audience watching the actors on a stage A viewerof a member of the audience watching the actors on a stage A viewer little idea of the people in the wings the make up man the costume designer the sound and light technicians the director the prompter all those who made it possible for audience to watch a polished performance I knew about the actors Mahatma Gandhi Nehru Sardar Patel Jinnah Maulana Abul Kalam Azad and othersDubey s book was an ye opener for me It took me into the wings of the great drama and opened my yes to the huge part played by
THE COMMON MAN IN MY MINDcommon man In my mind title of the book has changed to the Forgotten Stories from Indian History The book has other aspects besides the historical one it conveyed the reformist temper of the times and thereby becomes a social tract in focusing on the achiement of a single person it becomes an important document of oral history Azad comes across as a common man with a vision He observed how the farmers and fellow villagers were being xploited by the zamindars and corrupt officials and showed them how to throw off their puppethood As. The village of Harwai was barely one kilometre across from Sleepless (Bird of Stone, end tond Its people like many others across India toiled under the sun living a meagre xistence of conomic and caste oppression As the Indian nationalist movement spread there were many who worked relentlessly to guide the people of India towards lives of peace and dignity When we think of the Indian freedom struggle Gandhi Nehru and just a few other names come to mind There were thousands of people li. A villager lder he settled differences between individuals and factions He promoted the pursuit of ducation He used his influence to minimize the xtravagance of the dowry system He rubbed shoulders with the stalwarts of the Freedom movement Although Azad did such a lot for the freedom movement at the grassroots level was jailed a number of times sometimes in solitary confinement his contribution was not acknowledged with so such as a portrait on the walls in
the corridors of power in his own state Instead his namecorridors of power in his own state Instead his name an obscure ntry in the annal of forgotten heroesAs a city bred person my Yummy Supper exposure to rural life was through windows during train travel Forgotten Stories opened a different window for me the homes the villagers lived in how villagers had to walk miles to reach a destination the social stratification with Brahmins Rajputs other hierarchies the dependence on water the intrigues over land The British administrative systems had penetrated the rural areas tooThere are good cameos of the range of people that Azadncountered There are portraits of people like Man Singh he s presented as a man of principle so diff. Ke Ram Narayan Azad who are no longer remembered though they gave their all for the countryHari Govind Narayan Dubey is a skilled storyteller The incidents and anecdotes he recounts take us beyond the shallow façade of the collective memory of the period and allow us to xperience life in rural India under the British administrationThis book can be njoyed by readers of all ages In particular for anyone interested in a first person account of the Indian nationali.