Madhu Limaye on Famous Personalities
|Publisher:||B.R. PUBLISHING CORPORATION|
|Other Details||9.00x6.00 inches|
This book Madhu Limaye on Famous Personalities contains a collection of articles exploring certain unknown facets of these famous personalities. The first article conveys the manner in which Gandhiji transformed political activism in India. The article on Sardar Patel communicates the core belief of the Sardar in an "ordered state" and his efforts towards establishing it in India.
One article reviews affinities and differences between Mahatmaji and Netaji Subhas Bose, while another article pays homage to Jawaharlal, Mahatmaji's heir apparent. Two articles are about Rajen Babu. One describes how he adroitly defeated Jawaharlal's attempts to deny him the post of "the president of our republic", and the other about his contribution as well as his attempts to define the role and responsibilities of the "President of India."
Smt. Champa Limaye, M.A. was born at Amalner, Jalgaon District of Maharashtra on 19 December, 1928. From 1955 to 1988 she worked as a Professor and Head of the Department of Marathi in the National College, Bandra in Mumbai. She has participated in many activities of women and has studied their problems from very close quarters. She has written on the social problems in Marathi, Hindi and English periodicals. She has written many short stories. She has published many books in English, Hindi and Marathi. In 1995, she got the Sauharda Sanmaan from Hindi Sahitya Sabha, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. In 1952 she got married with the famous Socialist leader Madhu Limaye and she came in close contact with active politics. She enthusiastically helped him in his election campaigns and his writings. She has travelled extensively.
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