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On 8 November 1948, Nathuram Godse (19 May 1910-15 November 1949) rose to make his statement in court. Reading quietly from a typed manuscript, he sought to explain why he had killed Gandhi. The book is an excerpt of Godse's statement, it provides an insight into his personality and his understanding of the concept of Indian nationhood
Paperback, 166 pages
Published by Surya Bharti Prakashan
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This is the conversation form of what Nathuram Godse said in court trial for killing Gandhi. His views looked right and needed from his point and perspective but his lack of ability to understand that Gandhi was planning to dissolve Congress and make various parties was not there!
Book is worth reading as Nathuram was not a villan; just another citizen who was "done" with the "overpraize of Gandhi" At that time even when Gandhi was involved in division of country
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A wonderful perspective of Nathuram Godse on Gandhi. This book must be read only after reading my experiments with truth , otherwise it can cause (view spoiler) in you. THe book wonderfully explained how Nathuram Godse came to conclusion of (view spoiler) Gandhi, and events which lead to it. ...more
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