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The Continent of Circe
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ISBN : 8172240384
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 368 pages

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  • Krishna

    Nirad C Chaudhari, who lived most of his later life in Britain and died there a few years ago just a little short of hundred, has presented in this book his deep understanding of the Indian culture and Hinduism.He repeatedly maintains that he technically is a Shudra the lowest caste among the Hindus, who are not touched by Brahmans His criticism of the Independence heroes of India and the writer Rabinrda Nath Tagore is plausible and a little intemperate, if one is to consider it in the present N [...]

  • Sam Schulman

    Absolutely the best Himalayan level explanation of Indian culture by the fellow who wrote the much better known and glorious books Memoir of an Unknown Indian and Thy Hand, Great Anarch

  • Abhishek Thakur

    As an Indian who has read this book, I think that Nirad Chaudhury is accurate as a Sociologist and Anthropologist than as a Historian One major theme of his book of the Indian Aryans being from Eastern Europe South West Russia has been greatly weakened by genetic studies in recent times However, in other places, he is surprisingly correct, insightful, candid and original.On the whole, one should not be taking everything he says at face value however, full marks must be given to him for As an In [...]

  • Amit

    This book deals with a subject matter that continues to remain controversial in present day Speaking frankly about South Asian historical topics such as race, sexuality, and modern society, Chaudhuri presents a complex and thought provoking picture of the subcontinent While certainly some of his points were in my opinion anachronistic, a significant amount of his arguments were not only convincing.They also effectively challenged mainstream historical perspectives heavily shaped by particular Th [...]

  • Karn Kher

    An erudite work of great importance and interest to all Hindus and Indophiles alike A clever man presents his point of view of Indian history, Aryan growth in India and Hindu belief.

  • Jivan Poudel