India After Gandhi By Ramchandra Guha
India after Gandhi: The Historical past of the World’s Largest Democracy is a non-fiction ebook by Indian historian Ramchandra Guha first revealed by HarperCollins in August 2007. The ebook covers the historical past of the India after it gained independence from the British in 1947.
Ramachandra Guha’s India after Gandhi is a magisterial account of the pains, struggles, humiliations and glories of the world’s largest and least probably democracy. A riveting chronicle of the usually brutal conflicts which have rocked a large nation, and of the extraordinary people and establishments who held it collectively, it established itself as a traditional when it was first revealed in 2007.
Within the final decade, India has witnessed, amongst different issues, two common elections; the autumn of the Congress and the rise of Narendra Modi; a serious anti-corruption motion; extra violence in opposition to ladies, Dalits, and spiritual minorities; a wave of prosperity for some however the persistence of poverty for others; comparative peace in Nagaland however larger discontent in Kashmir than ever earlier than. This tenth anniversary version, revised and expanded, brings the narrative as much as the current.