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1857 Ka Swatantraya Samar

1857 Ka Swatantraya Samar

₹400.00

वीर सावरकर रचित ‘1857 का स्वातंत्र्य समर’ विश्व की पहली इतिहास पुस्तक है, जिसे प्रकाशन के पूर्व ही प्रतिबंधित होने का गौरव प्राप्तक हुआ। इस पुस्तक को ही यह गौरव प्राप्त है कि सन् 1909 में इसके प्रथम गुप्त संस्करण के प्रकाशन से 1947 में इसके प्रथम खुले प्रकाशन तक के अड़तीस वर्ष लंबे कालखंड में इसके कितने ही गुप्तर संस्करण अनेक भाषाओं में छपकर देश-विदेश में वितरित होते रहे। इस पुस्तक को छिपाकर भारत में लाना एक साहसपूर्ण क्रांति-कर्म बन गया। यह देशभक्त् क्रांतिकारियों की ‘गीता&rsq...

70 Years of Secularism

70 Years of Secularism

₹399.00

After seventy years, there is a powerful new political, intellectual and cultural churning occurring in India. The Nehruvian socialist era is coming to an end in favor of a new India that has a transformative vision of the future but also honors its ancient dharma and spiritual heritage. We see a number of individuals and groups active on many fronts of a national revival that reconnects to India’s older Independence Movement on an intellectual and spiritual level. Yet this new movement re...

Vedic Aryans and the Origins of Civilization: Forth Expanded Edition with Additions on Natural History, Genetics and the Closing of Aryan Myth

Vedic Aryans and the Origins of Civilization: Forth Expanded Edition with Additions on Natural History, Genetics and the Closing of Aryan Myth

₹450.00

This is the fourth edition of the acclaimed work first published nearly twenty years ago. In this significantly expanded edition, the authors summarize the progress to date and set the stage for future research by incorporating recent discoveries in natural history like the Toba explosion 75,000 years ago. This allows them to show Vedic ideas and language to be late Pleistocene and early Holocene evolutionary phenomena that made their way to Europe some 10,000 years ago leaving their imprint on...

The Case for India

The Case for India

₹250.00

In 1930, the author published this book while he was on a visit to India as part of collecting data for the Story of Civilization. He explains in this book that England has bled India year after year to the point of death. Before 1757, when Britain started occupying India, there were no major famines in India. Since then during almost 200 years of British rule, millions of people died every year from famine. Britain waged 111 wars in India during the 19th century. These wars were waged to steal...