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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Writer is real brother of Nathuram Godse himself and narrates his accounts of all the events and takes us through the day of assassination till the day Nathuram Godse was hanged. Writer also puts forward gandhu accounts of public and political opinions and reactions which were stirred Book contains the original statement given by Nathuram Godse Assassin of Mahatma Gandhi.
Writer also puts forward crucial accounts of public and political opinions and reactions bookk were stirred up by kyoj itself and also by Nathuram Godse’s vah statement to court. Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Been wanting to read this for a long time and have been searching around.
Anyone got any idea as to how or where to buy one? Riku Sayuj Blossoms book store in Bangalore is stocking it currently. Pratik It’s available in Amazon. Lists with This Book. This book is obok yet featured on Listopia. I came to know that this “book” is finally available in India only yesterday, when a firestorm broke over it in one of the reading groups I am part of on FB. It was banned in India, mostly for the same reasons that Mein Kampf is banned in Germany: This argument is absolute bollocks and the banning of the book was a political ganhi – and it was reversed, too, as a political ac I came to know that this “book” is finally available in India only yesterday, when a firestorm broke over it in one of the reading groups I am part of on FB.
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This argument is absolute bollocks and the banning of the book was a varh act – and it was reversed, too, as a political act, IMO. Godse had been a member of the RSS, and vaxh though the party disowned him after the murder, there is a group of the extreme Hindu right-wingers who still consider him as some sort of incarnation who got rid of the evil Mahatma: This is the statement Nathuram Godse made in court during his trial for the murder of Gandhi.
It was rumoured to be extremely eloquent and influential: So after such a compelling vaadh, I was all agog to read it, to understand the irrefutable arguments why the murder of an old man was essential for the preservation of India and Hinduism. Well, folks, I must tell you it turned out to be one damp squib. Mind you, had Godse entitled this “Why I oppose Gandhi” and used it as an electioneering pamphlet, I would have some points of agreement with him and many more on which I could understand his point of view even if I didn’t agree.
However, as justification for murder, one cannot accept any kind of eloquence. Gandhi was a bit of a weirdo and highly impractical in some of his views, this much I can agree with him. The remaining arguments, about India being a Hindu nation and the idea of Muslims are invaders and killers, directly derived from Savarkar’s Hindutva, I can understand if not obok. Nathuram was a dyed-in-the-wool Hindu nationalist, the likes booj who are very common in India today, and his kon are all familiar: Muslims are alien to our country and violent, Gandhi gifted India to the Muslims through his appeasement, he allowed the British and Jinnah to partition the country These are the standard arguments of the saffron brigade even today, and it is based on their flawed reading and deliberate political falsification of history.
Reading this statement, one can understand how Godse had been brainwashed into pinpointing Gandhi as the devil incarnate and marking him worthy of elimination.
And it is this penchant of the extremists for physically removing the objects of their boko that is unacceptable. Godse uses examples from Vafh myth to show that violence is a regrettable necessity sometimes, and Gandhi’s doctrine of ahimsa is basically flawed.
Sadly, I hear the same arguments used in modern-day India through the strident voices of the extreme Hindu Right. Godse is still alive in India, it vaddh – while Gandhi has been long buried. View all 8 comments. Mar 28, Dona rated it really liked it. I never would have thought that I would give this piece a 4 star rating.
Even the judge preciding over the trial G. This review only reflects my view on the book. View all 9 comments. Jan 06, Prateek Jain rated it it was amazing. Got this banned oyon in a book fare.
Must read to get a counter opinion on India’s most loved man Gandhi. Nathuram Godse Justifies why was it important to kill him. View all 17 comments. This book was finally published after the court intervened. It gives a great insight into the way Godse thought and the events leading to the assasination.
A good read for anyone who bandhi to know more about the historical background and the socio cultural context of the incident. Nathuram Godse had his reasons to assassinate Mahatma.
I can’t judge them. Reading this book, it feels that those reasons were pretty kuon but then I haven’t read much about Gandhiji. Basically I don’t know if Nathuram Godse was right or not but what I know is that he was a great soul; confident at his convictions and yet at the same time flexible enough to accept the truth even if it possibly shattered all his beliefs on which he based his entire life.
The statement, he de An amazing book! The statement, he delivered in court is a great read. The other part which I liked most is the description of his last days. There you get the feel of the gravity of his soul. I don’t know if he is right or wrong but regardless of that I am in awe of that soul after reading the book.
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Sep 19, Apratim Mukherjee rated it really liked it. To start off,my interest in this book was generated by social media and Hindu proproganda. But this book contains Godse’ s statements and never glorifies him.
The thing I learnt is extreme non violence is also violence. Lastly Godse didn’t do the right thing. View all 4 comments. Oct 21, Anuj Jha rated it it was amazing. His failure of all three movements he either started or participated is well known. His pro-Muslim and anti-Hindu philosophy is what is the basis of today’s so called Seculars Sick-ulars. I’m not anti-Muslims but rather than looking into problems on both sides, history has the occasions when he knowingly looked away from atrocities being levied on Hindus in particular.
The flawed Gandhian principal is still in existence. This is what is destroying idea of India. India is plural, I have always accepted this as a fact and I’m proud of it. But idea of India says, ‘all are equal, be it of any community’, ‘no special favors to any community’ and ‘development of everyone equally’.
Nathuram proves this point in his statement to the court. This book is too much relevant in today’s India esp. The very easy task is to differentiate between good and bad, malevolent and benevolent but differentiate between the two goods is quite difficult. Same thing is happening here both are very intellectual persons so you could not decide who is wrong because both have their own valid issues.
As far as my concern I totally condemn the assassination, there are many ways to express your views. Nathuram Vinayak Godse did dharna in front of Mahatma Gandhi at Birla Temple and he did not gave any response The very easy task is to differentiate between good and bad, malevolent and benevolent but differentiate between the two goods is quite difficult.
Nathuram Vinayak Godse did dharna in front of Mahatma Gandhi at Birla Temple and he did not gave any response to him Mahatma Gandhi was paying his attention only for one community at that time and totally he was biased for them as mentioned in the bookhe should continue his protest, dharna, satayagrah whatever until the Mahatma Gandhi being well aware from his thought.
HE has their own reasons which cannot be ignored specially when the INDIA needs the unity in our society and if these things were happening, was unfortunate for INDIA but still he had to be more patient. There’s much commotion these days of books being banned and such. The ban was lifted in It has been converted to a book form by his younger brother, who was also imprisoned as a co-conspirator for abetment and was imprisoned for l There’s much commotion these days of books being banned and such.
It has been converted to a book form by his younger brother, who was also imprisoned as a co-conspirator for abetment and was imprisoned for life released in after serving 16 years. Like most medium-sized Indian publications, the book suffers heavily from a lack of editorial and design intervention. All the more unfortunate for this specific and critical episode in our history. Needless to say, the controversial nature of the content, even after six decades, is perhaps the reason why no major publisher in India will ever seek to acquire such a title.
It, then, automatically falls to the small-and-medium sized publishers.
I’d like to congratulate Farsight Publishers for that. Irrespective of your own beliefs of the kgon, contribution, and the impact of various leaders in the Indian Freedom Struggle, this book is worth a read. The statement by Nathuram Godse is an articulate statement of his reason. And this being a court record, there is little scope for a fiction-creep, and perhaps, therefore, less easy to dismiss as fiction.
It matters less whether your reasons are right or wrong, and which prism vook are viewed from.
Nathuram Godse did that with great skill and art. For that one reason, at least, this is a definite read.