CHARACTERS ¸ An Indian Dynasty The Story of the Nehru Gandhi Family

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An Indian Dynasty The Story of the Nehru Gandhi FamilySs and Opposition parties The Nehrus and the Gandhis first published in 1985 was the result Now updated to include the most recent chapters in India's political history it remains as relevant as ever offering an intricate and revealing portrait of power seen through the continued rise and eyes of one fami. A stunning book on the history of the Nehru Gandhi dynasty of India Incredibly full of depth and extensive in its amount of subjects ranging from social issues to secularism economy international alliances etc It shows the complex nature of Indian politics and demographics as well as how Indian politics under the Nehru Gandhi family became increasingly abusive of human rights and democracy especially under Indira Gandhi's reign

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Rajiv to most recently Sonia this remarkable family have consistently established both the parameters and rhetoric of India's political development In the eighties Tari Ali made several trips to India meeting a wide range of political and public figures including Mrs Gandhi and leaders of both the Congre. Siempre uise entender sobre la pasividad de Gandhi ante las injusticias y represión de países Europeos ¿ué le hacía mantener su cordura ¿ué nivel de espiritualidad tenía Leí este libro por una recomendación y aunue no superó mis expectativas es un buen libro

CHARACTERS An Indian Dynasty The Story of the Nehru Gandhi Family

CHARACTERS ¸ An Indian Dynasty The Story of the Nehru Gandhi Family Õ The Nehrus are a dynasty without precedent in the modern world; nowhere else and at no other time in recent history has a single family wielded such enduring and pervasive power over the country and the electorate they serve From Jawaharlal NehrThe Nehrus are a dynasty without precedent in the modern world; nowhere else and at no other time in recent history has a single family wielded such enduring and pervasive power over the country and the electorate they serve From Jawaharlal Nehru to his daughter Indira Gandhi and from there via Sanjay and. Incredibly informative Tari does a great job of bringing together the complex underpinnings of Indian history since independence Personally I studied Indian history CBSE but my education did not cover post independence history so events surrounding the Babri Masjid and the Operation Blue Star were unfamiliar to me The book sheds light on the challenges of running a country with so much diversity and looking to our new crop of leaders what characteristics might make for a successful leader It also shows how far backwards we've gone in terms of cultural and religious tolerance which were central beliefs of J Nehru In short I loved this book and it has encouraged me to seek out books about the Nehrus and the other founding fathers