About the Book: Bharat Gandhi Ke Bad is a book that makes it's mark starting from the title. Through this book, Ramchandra Guha explains in detail the pain, struggle and humiliation faced by the world's largest democracy post-independence. He writes about the large number of strikes and protests that have haunted India for a long time. Also, it talks about various political and regional conflicts that took place after India gained independence. He also talks about the accomplishments that made the India proud during this period.
About the Author: Ramachandra Guha, born in 1958, in Dehradun is an Indian historian and author, who is also a columnist for The Telegraph and Hindustan Times. He has also written for Outlook and The Caravan. His interests in writing include environmental, political, cricket, and social history. He studied at the Doon School before Delhi University. He is a product of IIM Calcutta and between 1985 and 2000, taught at various universities including Yale, Stanford, and University of California, Berkeley. Some of his other well-known works include The States Of Indian Cricket, Patriots and Partisans and This Fissured Land: An Ecological History Of India.
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