Books in English

THE UNFORGETTABLE NEHRU

(2003) 223 pages

Nehru was such a large-hearted person that few could be compared with him in the grandeur of human spirit. He was a kind and outstanding person. He fully understood the human urges of man that was why he was so tremendously popular. He helped people and forgot about it. Continue Reading

INDIA’S LEADING LUMINARIES

(2004) 331 pages

In the history of every nation, there are great men and women who help in giving a direction to its affairs and shape destiny of its citizens. They carve out suitable paths for their countrymen to follow. They leave an impact of their deeds for generations to come. It is one thing to read and know about persons through biographies and write-ups. Continue Reading

EPISODES , ECHOES AND ECCENTRICITIES

(1998) 182 pages

The major part of this book is a historical sprinkling of the last sixty years of immense joy and piercing pain. The reader may find here something which are now known to him, events he has not heard about and attitudes with which he is not familiar.

ECHOES FROM THE PAST

(1995) 147 pages

Letters are like a gold-mine which provide useful material to historians, re-search scholars and biographers.This book is a treasure house in the form of letters by different personalities to the author. Some of these great personalities include Gandhi, Nehru, George Bernard Shaw, C. Rajgopalachari, V. V. Giri, Jaiprakash Narain, Lal Bahadur Shashtri, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Continue Reading

INDIRA GANDHI LETTERS TO A PERSONAL FRIEND

(1991) 73 pages

This is a collection of letters written by Indira Gandhi to the author between 1964 and 1984. In the beginning there is a sketch by the author ‘Indira : A Personal Portrait’.

INDIRA – LINGERING ECHOES (LETTERS AND REMINISEENCES)

(1990) 131 pages

The book is a highly personal and intimate record of some of the less known facts of a very complex, rather enigmatic personality, Indira Gandhi. These have been woven into a well-knit, coherent pattern, mainly from her letters to the author and the talks she held with him from time to time during their long and close association in which she has revealed, freely and unreservedly, and without any attempt at striking an attitude, her innermost thoughts and feelings, her reaction to people and events.

WITH LOTS OF LOVE

(1989) 127 pages

This book is intended to rouse the interest of young people in various subjects and themes, especially regarding some great men and women of the world. Although it is in the form of letters to some youngsters. It is meant for all young people. It contains stories, anecdotes, and inspiring thoughts of great men and women, told with an intimate touch. Some of the interesting among 27 chapters are – ‘Fantastic growth if ice-cream’, ‘Our Joan of Arc’,’Life is a queer affair’,’Some famous pronouncements’.

FLAMES FROM THE ASHES (MEMORIS OF A LONE TRAVELLER)

(1981) 342 pages

This book is not only the story of the author’s life, but of his times, of men and women who have made history and have added to the richness of life. The book is not about one man but many men who made their mark in different fields of life. It gives a glimpse into the India of slavery and the India of freedom. It portrays the struggle of a man who from his childhood was but one of the millions. His sorrows, his joys, his sufferings, his endeavours, his triumphs and his tragedies were typical of innumerable people who toiled and braved difficulties with faith and confidence. This book is a reflection of the life of a man who has delicately woven some trifles into a pattern that is appealing and enjoyable. The publication abounds in interesting stories and anecdotes which hold the reader’s interest right through the book.