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  • Hardcover
  • 904 pages
  • पहला गिरमिटिया
  • Giriraj Kishore
  • Hindi
  • 11 February 2017

10 thoughts on “पहला गिरमिटिया

  1. says:

    The way the novel showcases the emotional turbulence he went through on various issues and all thein the light of the recent clamor on the issue of so called intolerance in the country s environment it makes a good read This novel shows how an ordinary barrister M K Gandhi turned into a very sensitive social and politic activist.The author has mastered the story telling art and so easily manages to get the reader go through the voluminous book of 904 pages.

  2. says:

    Forgive the irony which is the English review of this Hindi epic The completion of this book was a challenge in itself But I believe that no book should be read just for completing it, but for expanding your thought horizons There were sections through which I dozed off, sections which I could interpret little, sections which seemed monotonous but still, when I finished reading it, I felt that I wantedI want to know what were the aftermaths of Gandhi s efforts in Africa and how Gandhi Forgive the irony which is the English review of this Hindi epic The completion of this book was a challenge in itself But I believe that no book should be read just for completing it, but for expanding your thought horizons There were sections through which I dozed off, sections which I could interpret little, sections which seemed monotonous but still, when I finished reading it, I felt that I wantedI want to know what were the aftermaths of Gandhi s efforts in Africa and how Gandhi started fighting in India I wanted to know the whole life of Gandhi If I try to partition the books into parts, I can easily come with a trilogy Gandhi in Natal , Gandhi in India , and Gandhi in Transvaal The last part is the longest this is the part where Gandhi experimented a lot and came up with the idea of Satyagraha This is the part where Gandhi established two establishments the Tolstoy Farm and the Phoenix Settlement Whereas in Natal, Gandhi fought for Indian voting rights, the Transvaal journey was fought for many issues Asiatic registration act, Asiatic immigration restriction act, Legality of Indian marriages and the Three pound tax law The Indian journey in between shows how Gandhi went place to place making Indians aware of the political situation in South Africa All the three sections are a lesson in themselves.The most intriguing sections are where you read about the personal problems faced by Gandhi be it marriage, be it his relationships with his sons or be it the fundamental questions he asks himself Many a time, he himself has said that if you want to devote your self wholeheartedly to social political service, marriage is a sacred bond which you should stay away from Gandhi was immensely lucky that he married Kasturba who patiently went through the situations in Africa with him and in India without him.It feels amazing how Gandhi connected immediately with the Indian society around him He was the first one to realize that freedom fights will not achieve their objectives without the involving the grassroots people within themselves the people who are the most neglected in the society the indentured labourers, the servants, the farmers, the miners I sometimes feel confused as to why the book was not named Aakhri Girimitiya for Gandhi made South African Indians self aware about the rights they should have, that it was because of them that the local ecosystem of Africa was flourishing and that they deserved higher privileges They were not MERE indentured labourers If I were given a wish to meet my top 10 people, Gandhi would definitely be one of them There are so many issues I would discuss with him He was a theist for sure but a liberal one in that But he was also a conservative when it came to education He regarded sex as a sin and practiced highest forms of self discipline In today s world, where a majority of Indians have a wish to send their children abroad to study, Gandhi opposed Harilal s wish to study in England because of which Harilal severed ties with his family I would ask him when he himself studied law in England, what moral right he had to stop his son from doing the same In today s world where rape, violence, lynching is becomingandcommon, I would ask him how can we practice Satyagraha In today s world where everything so fast paced, we don t have time to breathe, how can we practice patience

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  4. says:

    This book changed my thinking process Before reading this book I considered Gandhiji as shrewd politician I was a kid then and believed what my teachers told me , but this book changed my view My interest vastly increased in Gnadhiji and today I am a big fan of Gandhian philosophy I read the book in Hindi Its well written and gives a detailed account of the sufferings of Indians in South Africa and the marvelous work done by Gandhiji for his fellow countrymen.

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