Author: C S Ranga Iyer
Publisher: LP Publications
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8175362693
This book is a reply to Katherine Mayo's book Mother India, which the author feels slandered a great and simple-hearted nation of ancient descent.
Two visitors want to India from West, an Englishman of culture and an American woman of conceit. Both of them have recorded their impression. The Englishman named his book 'Jesting Pilate', and has said very unpleasant things in a pleasant way. Sarcastically, the American tourist calls her book Mother India, which breathes anti-Indian scorn and is tirade on India. She came to India with a set purpose to write a popular book. A book to be popular must be sensational. A sensational book must deal with the sex-side. Shocking things must be expressed wither with the cool courage or holy horror. A woman is best qualified for the job.
Anguished by her tirade, this book attempts to rebut her arguments.
Slandering A Nation
The American Miss and the Bengal Terrorist
This Picture and That
Women and Purdah
Indian Women --- The Real Facts
Errors and Exaggerations
Riots, Political and Communal
If "Britons" Withdrew?
Princes and People
As Others See Us
"Spades Are Spades!"