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India during the final decades of British Raj was a country in turmoil. The Gandhian era was in full swing, the Muslim League was becoming a force to reckon with and the revolutionaries were doing their best to disrupt British rule. What, at that time, was the British attitude towards India? Dawn in India is an account of the views, opinions and attitudes held by the British in India. A chronicle of the history of British emergence in the country, it goes on to justify British reluctance to grant Swaraj to India, casting a critical eye on Indian nationalism, Hindu-Muslim strife and British reforms in the country. Assessing the role of political leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi and Bal Gangadhar Tilak, societal norms and spiritual movements, Younghusband provides a portrait of India in the decades preceding Independence through British eyes. A classic from the early twentieth century, Dawn in India is a remarkable account of the complex relationship between Britain and India. Printed Pages: 256. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 102930
Titel: Dawn in India
Verlag: Rupa Publications Imdia Pvt Ltd.
Auflage: First edition.
Buchbeschreibung John Murray, 1930. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. First Edition. 1930. First Edition. 331 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt lettering and decoration on spine. Good copy with firm binding and clean pages throughout. Mild tanning and foxing to endpapers and page edges. Pen inscription and former owner's name to front endpaper. Sunning to spine with small tears to edges. Minor rub marking to boards with bumps to corners. Small white marks to front board. book. Artikel-Nr. 1466581997RF
Buchbeschreibung London, John Murray, 1930. Buchzustand: Sehr gut. Original cloth, xvi + 331 pp., small library label to spine (probably removable), small library stamps to title and last page, nice bookplate of the Library of Chatham House, St. James`s Square, London, to front free endpaper, very good condition.Younghusband`s vision for the future of India - both British purpose and Indian purpose should harmonise with the world-purpose, whose goal is the Kingdom of God - remarkable book from the later production of Younghusband, when he became founding president of the World Congress of Faith. With the original invoice of Het Oosters Antiquarium in the amount of 115 Dutch Guilders. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 555. Artikel-Nr. 10822
Buchbeschreibung The Rebel um 1990., Köln, 1990. fester Einband. 410 S. (21,5 x 19 cm) OLn-OU. 1. Aufl. Guter Zustand. Auflage: 1. Artikel-Nr. 9332
Buchbeschreibung Published by John Murray, London, 1930. , xvi, 331 pages Second Edition , small nick to head of spine, corners lightly bumped, binding firm, just some light spots here and there to pages, the book is in good+ condition , blue cloth with black and gilt titles Octavo Hardback ISBN: Artikel-Nr. 60342
Buchbeschreibung Artikel-Nr. 81241