THE PLACE OF WOMEN IN INDIAN SOCIETY

Introduction God made man and woman as necessary wheels of the universe. One cannot exist without the other. Man may be countless times wiser and more virtuous than he is at present but he will badly fail in the mission of his life without the presence and co-operation of the woman. Thus men and women … Read more

THE PURDAH SYSTEM IN INDIA

Introduction Man is a social animal. He lives in society and follows certain traditions, customs and manners which the people of that society follow. When a certain custom has got a stronghold in the society, it becomes as strong as the habit of a person and cannot be easily shaken off The social animal, man … Read more

DR. RAJENDRA PRASAD

Introduction One should possess a pen of gold dipped in honey and a sheet of silver to write on something about Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the Gentlemen of Indian politics, about whom Jawaharlal Nehru said: “We often make mistakes. Our steps father’ our tongues falter and slip, but Rajen Babu never makes a mistake. His steps … Read more

PANDIT MADAN MOHAN MALAVIYA

Introduction Pandit Malaviya was not merely a great man, great as speaker, Parliamentarian, educationist and nationalist, he was also a great tradition of a pure, exclusive and rigid culture to fight foreign domination, a cultural othodox in its social bearings, tolerant of revoultionary views but not of revolutionary action. (which is almost an adequate definition … Read more

SWAMI VIVEKANAND

Introduction At the holy hour of dawn, six minutes before sunrise on the 12th of January, 1663 somewhere in the obscure street of Calcutta a child was born. He was called Narendra Nath then but was destined to be loved and remembered by the world and through the ages as great Swami Vivekanand. As a … Read more

SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE

Introduction One should have a pen of steel dipped in blood to write about Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, whose name is one to conjure with India. In the modern India, he is looked upon as a mystery and legend. It should be left for the posterity to decide what he was, what he did and … Read more

GOPAL KRISHNA GOKHALE

Introduction A great scholar, a great social worker and a great fighter for national freedom, Gopal Krishna Gokhale was born on May 9, 1866 at Kotluck, Ratnagari in the Maharashtra State, nine years after the spark of Indian Nationalism was kindled by the first war of independence of 1857. Possessing remarkable qualities of heard and … Read more

LOKMANYA TILAK

Introduction In the words of Thomas Carlyle, “The history of mankind is the story of great ment who have led it. Men, who by their infinite genious have shaped the destinies of nations and in doing so have achieved undying fame. Lokmanya Tilak belonged to the minority of men who are ageless and who bear … Read more

PANDIT JAWAHARLAL NEHRU

Introduction Tall in stature, like a father’s secret ambition his son; dignified, but not stilled in bearing-like a sons that has aroused a nation simple and yet vigorous in manner-like the prose style of some modern master; brave, vibrant eyes which remind one vaguely of momentous moments; a sad, untired smile; a face quivering with … Read more

BIOGRAPHY OF MAHATMA GANDHI

Introduction Mahatma Gandhi, the greatest Indian born after Shankaracharya, is universally known as the father of Indian Nation. His name is immortal in the history of India and the world. Not only India but also the whole mankind is proud of him. We may hesitate to consider him a superman but we all most willingly … Read more