Freedom-Struggle of India- A book review
"Swantantrata Sangram ki Krantikari Mahilayen"
By- Jyoti Jha Choudhary (UK)
History of freedom-struggle of India is full of brave and patriotic stories of Indian role models. And so are the number of books published in this topic. A book titled "Swantantrata Sangram ki Krantikari Mahilayen" in Hindi by Rachana Bhola Yamini is one of them and unique in itself. Unique in the sense of its dedication and presentation. This book presents short biographis of 43 brave ladies who participated in freedom fight directly or indirectly and always remained a challenge to British rulers.
Cover of the book has photographs of four brave ladies two of them are at the top- one is of Maharani Laxmi Bai who participated in first fight of Indians against British rule in 1857 and the second picture is of Late Mrs Indira Gandhi who not only participated in freedom struggle but also became the first lady Prime Minister of Indian Republic.
Contents of the book is very simple and interesting. A short statement by writer is followed by her declaration that the book is exclusively dedicated to those legendary brave Indian ladies who sacrificed their family lives for shake of freedom of
India. The forty three names are as follows:
Some interesting facts about this book:
Some critical views:
Overall this book is very informative and inspirational. It reminds the cost we paid to get our freedom. And it is my personal opinion that this book deserves good advertisement and translation in different languages.