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Kala Pani by Vinayak Damodar Savarkar
Want to Read saving…. 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. Preview — Kale Pani by V. Kale Pani by V. Kale Pani is a love story written on the back drop of cellular jail in Andaman during British rule in India.
Since the book is written in pre-independence period, in the guise of love story it serves other purpose of nation building. It subtly pays homage to martyrs of revolution. It explains strategic importance of Andaman and describes nomadic tribes residing over t Kale Pani is a love story written on the back drop of cellular jail in Andaman during British rule in India. It explains strategic importance of Andaman and describes nomadic tribes residing over there.
The book also criticizes blind faith prevalent during that time.
The mystery behind Veer Savarkar’s escape from British custody
Savarkar also tells us about the hardships faced by prisoners in Andaman and how these criminal and political convicts helped turn this once inhabitable land into human society. Paperbackpages.
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Jan 15, Nikita rated it really liked it Shelves: In this novel, we meet Malati, an Indian teenage girl who traps in the net of false Sadhus Both are sentenced to Andaman The life of prisoners in the jail is vividly depicted.
All in all, the novel catches your attention from the very first chapter and you are never bored throughout the novel. It was really a novel experience to read about such historic period from the author who has literally survived through them.
May 12, Manasi Deshpande rated it really liked it Shelves: It is simply the best proof of the versatility of Savarkar as an author. Many may not like it as a typical “love-story” but the backdrop it has gives it a tremendous value as literary work. It is a love story, yet it has so much more to it. It says openly about how Hindu people can get deceived by any clever man with bad motives which is true even today. It touches the life in the cellular jail and on the island of Andaman.
The detail in which Savarkar describes the variety of natural flora an It is simply the best proof of the versatility of Savarkar as sqvarkar author. The detail in which Savarkar describes the variety of natural flora and fauna, the history, lifestyle of tribal community living for hundreds savaarkar years in isolation on Andaman, simply mesmerizes me thinking how this man could gain so much knowledge about such a place in the adverse condition he was living in during his term as a prisoner of “Kale Pani”.
Plus, all this is beautifully mixed up in romantic story of Malti and Kishan.
veer savarkar on kala paani – Picture of Cellular Jail, Port Blair
After reading the novel, I couldn’t help but wonder how much strong and yet soft mind this person, Savarkar had!! I was always the admirer of him, but this book took it to another level! Aug 14, Suneedhi Sharma rated it liked it. Apr 01, Aniket Mahajani rated it liked it Shelves: Sachin W rated it really liked it Kwle 20, Little Creature rated it liked it Mar 02, Mahyu rated it did not like it Oct 28, Tushar savarkzr it it was ok Apr 11, Devdatta rated it it was amazing Jul 08, Rakeysh rated it it was amazing Jul 31, Pushkar Ektare rated it really liked it Jun 24, Sachin Ghatmale rated it really liked it Sep 29, Manjusha rated it it was amazing Savsrkar 29, Amit rated it it was amazing Apr 19, Vijay Ulape rated it really liked it Nov 25, Mangesh Joshi rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Sachin rated it it was amazing Mar 07, Ajinkya Chavan psni it it was amazing Dec 24, Lasic Soyare rated it it was amazing May 19, Abhay Juvekar rated it it was amazing Pain 08, Manish rated it it was amazing Sep 19, Shweta rated it it was savafkar Jan 06, Shaini Manu rated it it was ok Oct 17, Niraj Raut rated it it was amazing Sep 21, Sachin Patil rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Pandare rated it liked it Jan 25, Ravindra K rated it it was amazing Sep 19, Prajkta Changediya rated it really liked it Feb 04, Prateek Lakhole rated it liked it Aug 13, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
He was the proponent of liberty as the ultimate ideal. Savarkar was a poet, writer and playwright. He launched a movement for religious reform advocating dismantling the system of caste in Hindu culture, and reconversion of the converted Hindus back to Hindu religion. Savarkar created savarlar term Hindutva, and emphasized its distinctiveness from Hinduism which he associated with social and political He was the proponent of liberty as the ultimate ideal.
Savarkar created the term Hindutva, and emphasized its distinctiveness from Hinduism which he associated with social and political disunity. Savarkar’s revolutionary activities began zavarkar studying in India and England, where he was associated with the India House and founded student societies including Abhinav Bharat Society and the Free India Society, saarkar well as publications espousing the cause of complete Indian independence by revolutionary means.
Savarkar published The Indian War of Independence about the Indian rebellion of that was banned by British authorities. He was arrested in for his connections with the revolutionary group Male House.
Following a failed attempt to escape while being transported from Marseilles, Savarkar was sentenced to two life terms amounting to 50 years’ imprisonment and moved to the Cellular Jail in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. While in xavarkar, Savarkar wrote the work describing Hindutva, openly espousing Hindu nationalism.
He was released in under restrictions after signing a plea for clemency in which he renounced revolutionary activities. Travelling widely, Savarkar became a forceful orator and writer, advocating Hindu political and social unity.
Serving svaarkar the president of the Hindu Mahasabha, Savarkar endorsed the ideal of India as a Hindu Rashtra and opposed the Quit India struggle incalling it a “Quit India but keep your army” movement.
He became a fierce critic of the Indian National Congress and its acceptance of India’s partition, and was one of those accused in the assassination of Indian leader Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. He was acquitted as the kalle could not be proven. Trivia About Kale Pani. No trivia or quizzes yet.
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