Author: N C Kelkar
Editor(s): N C Kelkar
Publisher: Publications Division
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
This work presents a full and authentic account of the Tilak Trial. This account has been prepared from short-hand notes and embodies all the papers and documents used in the case.
This case is one of great importance from the point of view of Tilak himself, but it is perhaps even more important from the point of view of Indian public. The record in the case is bound to take rank as a part and parcel of the constitutional history of India in the beginning of the 290th century.
While the trial was going on at Bombay, where was hardly anything what was being talked of more than its proceedings throughout the length and breadth of the country.