Author: Dhan Gopal Mukerji
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8129100185
The West has seen India always through colored glasses. Of course, the color has always been of their choice. In this remarkable book, a reprint of 1925 edition, author presents India of those times, as seen through the ordinary Indian's eyes.
His anguish on the developments around him and his sweet little anxieties for the future of his country are the fine tendrils with which this remarkable piece of literature is woven.
In more than one way My Brother's Face is the most important and inspiring book that has appeared in America since the war.
=The Literary Review of the Saturday Evening Post
A brilliant contribution to the cause of racial understanding and comity, as well as a fascinating piece of literature.
= The New York Evening Post
A Hindu Shrine
The Soul of India-II
In the House of the Temple
My Brother's Story: The Child
My Brother's Story: The School Boy
My Brother's Story: The Youth
My Brother's Story: The Sword
My Brother's Story: The Escape
My Brother's Story: The Sheath
The House of the Rich
Faces, Old and New
Ghond the Hunter
The Path of Ancient Mystery