An Indian freedom fighter recalls her life
This memoir intermingles the personal experiences of a member of the powerful Nehru household with many of the major events and patterns of the Indian struggle for independence. The author's life serves as an alternative to the stereotype of the repressed Indian woman.
Print Book, English, ©1994
M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, N.Y., ©1994
xxvii, 167 pages, 14 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9781563243394, 9781563243400, 1563243393, 1563243407
Chapter 1 Early Life; Chapter 2 My Mother and Our Family; Chapter 3 My Education; Chapter 4 The Lahore Congress, 1929; Chapter 5 The Satyagraha Movement; Chapter 6 I Am Arrested, 1930; Chapter 7 Fighting the Raj; Chapter 8 A New Life; Chapter 9 New Delhi and Simla; Chapter 10 Bombay, 1942–47; Chapter 11 With the Ministry of Rehabilitation, 1948–55; Chapter 12 General Elections, 1952, 1957, and 1971; Chapter 13 Welfare Work after Part Ition; epi Epilogue;
"An East Gate book."