Author: Kanayalal M Talreja
Publisher: Rashtriya Chetana Prakashan
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
He is described in the book, Asia’s Who’s Who as under: An eloquent speaker, a revolutionary writer and a passionate social reformer, Mr Kanayalal Manghandas Talreja displays keen interest in rural uplift and the economic promotion of backward classes. A linguist in his own right, he commands a rare proficiency in several languages. He is capable of quoting freely from various religious scriptures and biographical records, He has rendered commendable services in the field of education. He was the proud recipient of several medals an awards, which he duly deserved, His books have been widely read and acclaimed.
I have no hesitation in recommending the book to my Hindu brethren, particularly the intellectual class. Principal Talreja’s views are well-marshalled with facts and figures. This book is a veritable mine of information.
-Balasaheb Thackeray, Shiv Sena Chief
The author’s thoughts on Hindu culture and Hindu religion are not only up-to-date and appropriate to modern times, but also will serve as a beacon to the future generations.
-Justice Gumanmal Lodha, MP and Former Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court
The author deserves praise and serious attention for bringing out a compendious volume, relating to a very sensitive area of political problems. The material is collected from authentic sources. In my opinion, the book is a significant addition to give an interested reader further insight into the problems. It is a most beautifully written study of Hindu agony which shows the author at the height of his power.
-Justice S J Deshpande, Former Judge of High Court, Bombay
The book is an eye-opener. Well-researched and documented, Principal Talreja’s book should be must reading for our secularists who refuse to face the truth. The author has taken immense pains to go into the roots of secessionism. His findings are highly revealing, if not startling. They make shocking reading.
-M V Kamath, Former Editor of the Illustrated Weekly of India.
The book, which is profusely informative, is worth reading by both Hindus and Muslims. The aim of the book is to arouse and awaken Hindus and enlighten and ennoble Muslims so that they could fight together against the pseudo-secularists and fundamentalists, and thus avert another partition of India. The author has shown courage to call a spade a spade.
-Arvind Kulkarni, Political Editor of Mid-Day
About the Author
The Concept of Secessionism
Muslim Secessionism and Terrorism-A World Problem
Revolutionary Thoughts of G M Syed
The Problem of Kashmir
The Problem of Assam
The Problem of the Punjab
Secessionist Activities of Christian Missionaries