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Etymologically, Lokmanya means a person who has been accepted by the people as their Leader. `Lokmanya' Keshav Bal Gangadhar Tilak was recognised by the British as the Father of the Indian National Movement because of his noble activities which had stirred the feeling of nationalism in every Indian. His ideals were different from those of Mahatma Gandhi, but in certain matters, even Gandhiji had to accept his views.

He was a revolutionary and a social reformer in the true sense of the term and a freedom fighter who had gained respect like none other. His true spirit was understood even by his enemies, which was why they feared his speeches and his editorials. They tried to put a ban on them, but did they succeed?

The book travels thru the multifaceted personality of Tilak, a social reformer, scholar and national leader through the eyes of the people. A very useful book for every student scholars are historian.

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,Nandini Saraf (14th August, 1986) is a freelance writer, currently assisting her father in his Export Business. She was born in Calcutta where she did her schooling from Birla High School (Girls' Section) and then went on to pursue Bachelors in English (Hons) under Calcutta University. She completed her Masters in Journalism from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune, in April 2011. During her 2-year Master's Programme, she also interned in The Telegraph, Calcutta, Madhubun Educational Books, Calcutta, and Macmillan India Limited, Calcutta.

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The Life and Times of Lokmanya Tilak

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About the Book
Etymologically, Lokmanya means a person who has been accepted by the people as their Leader. `Lokmanya' Keshav Bal Gangadhar Tilak was recognised by the British as the Father of the Indian National Movement because of his noble activities which had stirred the feeling of nationalism in every Indian. His ideals were different from those of Mahatma Gandhi, but in certain matters, even Gandhiji had to accept his views.

He was a revolutionary and a social reformer in the true sense of the term and a freedom fighter who had gained respect like none other. His true spirit was understood even by his enemies, which was why they feared his speeches and his editorials. They tried to put a ban on them, but did they succeed?

The book travels thru the multifaceted personality of Tilak, a social reformer, scholar and national leader through the eyes of the people. A very useful book for every student scholars are historian.

About the Author

,Nandini Saraf (14th August, 1986) is a freelance writer, currently assisting her father in his Export Business. She was born in Calcutta where she did her schooling from Birla High School (Girls' Section) and then went on to pursue Bachelors in English (Hons) under Calcutta University. She completed her Masters in Journalism from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune, in April 2011. During her 2-year Master's Programme, she also interned in The Telegraph, Calcutta, Madhubun Educational Books, Calcutta, and Macmillan India Limited, Calcutta.

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