The Great Savarkar: National Pariah, International Messiah in his quest for freeing Bharat Mata from bondage, Savarkar’s first confrontation was with the colonials and second with the Indian National Congress for territorial integrity. He internationalized the freedom struggle by dragging British Empire in the dock of the International Court of Justice. Savarkar’s deeds had created universal repercussions and global resonance, his love of Bharat Mata was proverbial and his patriotism was 360 degree pure and outstanding. The Brits had to testimonialize his patriotic zeal by an inscription of blue plaque “Vinayak Damodar Savarkar (1883-1966), Indian Patriot and Philosopher lived here“. Savarkar is credited as the progenitor of the science and art of martyrology for moralizing the martyrs and their martyrdom.
Remembering his poetic patriotism:
Dr. Shyam Singh Tanwar, a retired octogenarian associate professor of government colleges of Rajasthan, double M.A. (History and English) with a Ph.D. from Rajasthan University under illustrious historian Dr. A.L. Srivastava of Agra.
Dr. Tanwar is an enlightened scholar and has enriched and augmented his knowledge in the two summer institutes in English for college lecturers held one at Mysore (1966) and the other at Jaipur (1972), organized jointly by UGC and the British Council.
Mrs. Mradulata, after doing her M.A. in Hindi from Jodhpur University (now Jai Narain Vyas University) has been associated with the research work of studying historical documents and manuscripts and has earned a social reputation of being a know-all of the analects and anecdotes related to History of India in general and Rajasthan in particular. It was owing to her historical insight and consciousness that bureaucrat-turned historian Shri Mangi Lal Mahecha, (M.A., L.L.B) could ‘Rajasthan Ke Rajput’ (Uthaan Aur Patan)
Book:The De-barristerized Savarkar: A Tribute to the Poetic Patriotism of Savarkar
Author:Dr. Shyam Singh Tanwar / Mrs. Mradulata
Publisher:Pendown Press Powered by Gullybaba Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
Number of Pages:196