The objective of this series is to record, for the present and future generation, the story of the struggles and achievements of the eminent sons and daughters of India who have been instrumental in our national renaissance and attainment of independence. Except in a few cases, such authoritative biographies have not been available.
The series is planned as handy volumes written by knowledgeable people giving a brief account, in simple words, of the life, time and activities of these eminent leaders. They are not intended either to be comprehensive studies or to replace the more elaborate writings.
Pandit Decendayal Upadhyaya was an acolyte of Indian culture. He occupies a place of pride among the Builders of Modern India. He was aware of the aberrations of the West and remained its lifelong critic. He worked for awakening a slumbering society and was always in the forefront of every mass movement.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was a dedicated leader. He remained a pracharak of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh throughout his life. He became General Secretary of the Bhartiya Jan Sangh, Later its President and inspired a complete political way of thinking. Besides, he was a noted literary figure and a fearless journalist.
Dr. Mahesh Chandra Sharma, Author of this monograph, is former parliamentarian, well-known writer, journalist and social worker.
Shakti Batra, the translator, is an academician and journalist.
|1||Troubled childhood & Brilliant Student Life||1|
|3||Author and Journalist||14|
|4||Cultural Envoy in Politics||27|
|5||Politics of Undivided Nationalism||37|
|6||Pioneer of Democracy||62|
|7||Thoughts on Economy||73|
|8||His Vision of Integrated Humanism||108|
|9||Jan Sangh General Secretary and President||126|
|10||End of An Era||148|
Item Code: NAN839 Author: Mahesh Chandra Sharma Cover: Paperback Edition: 2015 Publisher: Publications Division, Government of India ISBN: 9788123019727 Language: English Size: 8.5 inch x 5.5 inch Pages: 159 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 235 gms