Together they Fought: Gandhi - Nehru Correspondence: 1921-1948

Hardcover | September 5, 2011

EditorUma Iyenger, Lalitha Zachariah

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Many epithets have been used to describe the relationship between Gandhi and Nehru - mentor and pupil, leader and successor, traditionalist and socialist - but none can do justice to the rich and vibrant exchange of views they had. Edited by Uma Iyenger and Lalitha Zachariah, this volumeincludes nearly 500 letters, telegrams, messages, and notes exchanged between Gandhi and Nehru between 1921 and 1948. Chronologically arranged, each entry (with source, date, and place) is accompanied by detailed notes specially prepared for this volume. The volume also includes appendices onGandhi's talks with Jinnah, the draft deed of Swaraj Bhawan Trust, among others. With a comprehensive introduction by the editors, Together They Fought takes us on a journey through the political arena of a nation in the pangs of birth and into the inner workings of two of the most brilliant mindsthe twentieth century witnessed.

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Many epithets have been used to describe the relationship between Gandhi and Nehru - mentor and pupil, leader and successor, traditionalist and socialist - but none can do justice to the rich and vibrant exchange of views they had. Edited by Uma Iyenger and Lalitha Zachariah, this volumeincludes nearly 500 letters, telegrams, messages,...

Uma Iyenger is Founder-Editor of The Book Review. She has edited The Oxford India Nehru (OUP 2007). Lalitha Zachariah is a noted scholar and writer.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:520 pages, 8.46 × 5.51 × 0.1 inPublished:September 5, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198070586

ISBN - 13:9780198070580

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Note to the ReaderIntroductionChronologyLetters, telegrams, messages, and notes exchanged between Gandhi and NehruAppendicesIndex