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The book, "I Am an Ordinary Man" is a remarkable account of Gandhi's journey from being an ordinary man to an extraordinary leader.
"Bandi Jeevan" sheds light on the history and ideology of India's revolutionary movement and delves into the personal sacrifices and tribulations endured by its members.
In "A Walk Up The Hill: Living with People and Nature," Madhav Gadgil intricately intertwines his experiences amidst India's landscapes with his role as an ecologist and environmentalist.
Grab a copy of "Rocketing Through the Skies" and embark on a journey that will ignite your imagination and leave you in awe of the wonders of space exploration.
"Love, Exile, Redemption" is a good book. It is a valuable contribution to the literature on Kashmir's history and culture. I recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about this fascinating region.
The book, "A Plain, Blunt Man: The Essential Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel" also delves into Gandhi's relationship with the Birla family, known for their industrial prominence.