Shenanigans of Mahatma Gandhi
This book is my dedication to my slogan “The truth cannot—and shall not—be hidden!”
It will be released as an e-book in early 2014.
Here I shall trace and reveal, with documentation, Mahatma Gandhi’s political transgressions and power-plays that lead to the partition of India.
As a teaser to this book, do read my articles in Gandhi Revealed series.
Translation of Hemiunu, L’Architetto
I have always been fascinated by the Great Pyramid of Giza. Despite the vast amount of info that is available on it on the Internet, there is still much that people are left in the dark about. Efrem Piccin’s Italian book Hemiunu, L’Architetto is a fount of information for those in quest of more knowledge re the Pyramid.
Translation of that is my next book venture. Read here how that came about despite the fact I do not know Italian!
I have finished translating half the book and hope to finish the rest by end of 2013. Here is what Efrem writes (it is a translation; his original email is in Italian):
“I’m reading “the Grand Gallery” and I know it was very complicated. Although my English is very academic, I am frankly amazed at the goodness of your work. How you are able to translate this part so complex without knowing Italian is a mystery to me. I do not know how to thank you, but it is truly a work of excellent quality”
I was, of course, thrilled with his response. I know he had been very worried how on earth I was going to pull it off.
Translations of Savarkar’s Poems
Mother India Poems:
Patriotic Fervor Poems:
Social Reform Poems:
Savarkar Short Stories
(Do click on the photos pointed at by the hand or on the revolving target symbol to explore a fount of videos, documents, and additional information—a veritable treasure trove of information. Also, jump to the slide that interests you by clicking on the titles in Content.)
Re Savarkar: The Great Escape, Part I & II
On July 8, 1910, in the early morning, Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, who was in British custody, escaped from the toilet porthole of the SS Morea docked in the Mole C at Marseilles port, France, and reached French soil. With this one act he shook the world! This was a shining beacon for the freedom movement of India. This was a crushing blow to the pride of the British Raj. This is what legends are made of.
Like any legend, Savarkar’s heroic escape is cloaked in mystery and shrouded by the mists of time. Fortunately, in today’s world of technology, and thanks to the meticulous records maintained by the British, the books preserved by the U.S. libraries, and the inter-library loan service offered by the Watertown Public Library (my local library,) it has been possible to blow away the cobwebs and reveal the truth of this daring, dynamic escape.
In this particular article, published in www.niticentral.com, I am specifically exposing Noorani’s blatant misrepresentations (made in January 2013) upon which he bases his spurious claims of Savarkar’s complicity in the death of the Mahatma.
Here is a six-part article series revealing documented facts re Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and the Freedom Movement of India:
In 2011, I had the good fortune to make a short trip to visit the Cellular Jail. A few months later, I realized that not much information is available on the details of its architecture and decided to write an article from memory. Here it is:
In the Pipeline
I have four more books in the pipeline, in various phases of research:
1) Savarkar in London
2) Analysis of the Hague Arbitration of the “Savarkar Case” (1910–11), including the details of Savarkar’s heroic, incredible escape and the circumstances surrounding it; to get an idea of the issues that need to be looked into click here for the Savarkar Case Bungle Up.
3) Savarkar in Ratnagiri.
The fourth is, of course, the prequel to Burning for Freedom! I had to delete this part from it for reasons of space.