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Gandhi

Ambedkar, Gandhi and Patel : The Making of India's Electoral System

Raja Sekhar Vundru
Bloomsbury
2017

Revolutionary Non-Violence: Gandhi in Postcolonial and Subaltern Discourse

Author(s): 
Harish Trivedi
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Taylor and Francis Online
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1369801X.2011.628114

Abstract: As the supreme leader of the Indian national movement for freedom, the success of which in 1947 set off a whole wave of decolonization in the rest of the British Empire, M. K. Gandhi may be thought to have a claim to be regarded as the Father of the Postcolonial. However, the founding figures of postcolonial discourse have hardly taken any note of him, and there is a deafening silence on Gandhi in the various readers, encyclopedias and companions on the subject.

Jinnah: Bharat Deshbhag Swadhinata

Singh, Jaswant
Ananda Publishers
2009

Ghaffar Khan: Non Violent Badshah of the Pakhtuns

Rajmohan Gandhi
Viking (India)
2004

Gandhi and Nationalism: The Path to Indian Independence

Simone Panter-Brick
I. B. Tauris
2015

The Scourge of Genocide: Essays and Reflections

Adam Jones
Routledge
2013

India's Agony Over Religion: Confronting Diversity in Teacher Education

Gerald James Larson
State University of New York Press
1995

Indira: The Life of Indira Nehru Gandhi

Katherine Frank
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
2002

The Indian Ideology

Perry Anderson
Verso
2013

Nehru

Benjamin Zachariah
Routledge
2004

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