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The Collected Works of Lala Lajpat Rai; 15 Volumes / Nanda, B.R. (Ed.)
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The Collected Works of Lala Lajpat Rai; 15 Volumes
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  Book ID : 18282
  ISBN-10 : 81-7304-480-5 / 8173044805
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7304-480-9 / 9788173044809
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2003 - 2010
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xxiv+462p., xxiv+416p., xxvi+422p., xxii+423p., xxi+406p., xx+352p., xxii+398p., xxii+398p., xxiv+420p., xxiv+432p., xxvi+450p., xxvi+488p., xxii+464p., xvi+428p., xx+442p., Illus., Tables, App., Index, 25 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol. 1: 1. Open letters to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. 2. Constitutional reforms and the Indian National Congress. 3. Administration of justice. 4. Economic problems. 5. Education. 6. Famine relief and orphanages. 7. Guru Datta Vidyarthi. 8. Miscellaneous. 9. Great men of the world.

Vol. 2: 1. The Indian National Congress. 2. Partition of Bengal. 3. Problems of Punjab. 4. Visit to England and America. 5. Reflections of his visit abroad. 6. Education. 7. Famine. 8. Kangra Valley earthquake. 9. Hinduism. 10. Arya Samaj. 11. Economic problems. 12. Miscellaneous.

Vol. 3: 1. The Indian National Congress. 2. Unrest in Punjab. 3. Deportation to Mandalay: I. Arrest, deportation and release. II. Reaction to charges laid against him. 4. Arya Samaj. 5. Famine. 6. Education. 7. Visit to England. 8. The story of my deportation. 9. The story of Burma. 10. Message of the Bhagwad Gita. 11. Miscellaneous.

Vol. 4:  1. The Indian National Congress. 2. British propaganda against Indian nationalism. 3. Visit to England. 4. Satyagraha movement in South Africa. 5. Miscellaneous: i. The Lahore Municipal Committee. ii. Punjab legislative council. iii. Crisis in Indian banking. iv. General. 6. Hinduism. 7. Arya Samaj. 8. Depressed classes. 9. Communalism. 10. Education.

Vol. 5: 1. In England: i. The India Council Bill. ii. General. 2. In the United States. 3. "The United States of America--A Hindu's impression and a study". 4. "The Arya Samaj". 5. "The story of my life". 6. Miscellaneous: review of "footfalls of Indian history".

Vol. 6: 1. In Japan. 2. In the United States: i. The Indian problem. ii. General. iii. Publication of "Young India". 3. Reflections on the political situation in India. 4. Why India is in Revolt against British Rule? 5. "Young India--an interpretation and a history of the Nationalist Movement from within. 6. Appendix: Some American and English Press opinions.

Vol. 7: 1. In the United States. 2. Open letter to David Lloyd George. 3. Open letter to Edwin Montagu. 4. India Home Rule League of America. 5. Reaction to reforms scheme. 6. The problem of national education in India. 7. Self-determination for India. 8. Miscellaneous. 9. England's debt to India. Appendix: Letter from Sidney Webb to Lajpat Rai.

Vol. 8: 1. In the United States: i. The Indian problem. ii. Repression in Punjab. iii. Personal. iv. Miscellaneous. v. En Route to India. 2. Asia and Post-war developments. 3. Indian revolutionaries in the United States and Japan. 4. A Fight for Crumbs. 5. General: i. William Archer's "India and the Future". ii. Miscellaneous. 6. Political future of India. 7. Appendix.

Vol. 9: 1. The Indian situation. 2. The Calcutta Congress. 3. Congress affairs. 4. Nagpur Congress. 5. Non-Cooperation. 6. The Tilak School of Politics. 7. Labour problems. 8. The All India Trade Union Congress. 9. Education. 10. Foreign affairs. 11. Miscellaneous. 12. Personal.

Vol.10: 1. Non-Cooperation. 2. Elections to legislative councils. 3. Hindu-Muslim Unity. 4. Moderates and non-cooperation. 5. Imprisonment. 6. Congress affairs. 7. Foreign affairs. 8. Visit to England. 9. Gurdwara Reform Movement. 10. Miscellaneous.

Vol.11: 1. The Swaraj Party. 2. The Indian National Congress: i. The Belgaum Congress. ii. The Kanpur Congress. iii. General. 3. In the Central Legislative Assembly. 4. The political situation: i. The present political situation in India. ii. The clash of creeds. iii. General. 5. The Labour Movement. 6. Hindu-Muslim Unity. 7. Communalism: i. Kohat Riots. ii. General. 8. Correspondence with Lajpat Rai. 9. Jail administration. 10. The Gurdwara Reform Movement. 11. Personal. 12. Miscellaneous. Appendix: In Japan.

Vol.12: 1. The Swaraj party: i. In and out of the Swaraj party. ii. General. 2. In the central legislative assembly: i. Speeches in the assembly. ii. Comments on the debates in the assembly. 3. Elections to the central legislative assembly and councils. 4. Visit to Europe: i. Departure and journey. ii. In Paris. iii. The international labour organisation. iv. The world migration Congress.  v. General. 5. Visit to Burma. 6. The Indian National Congress. 7. Reflections on the political situation. 8. Communalism: i. General. ii. Assassination of Swami Shraddhanand. 9. Education. 10. Jail administration in Punjab. 11. Miscellaneous. 12. Personal.

Vol.13: 1. The Indian National Congress. 2. The Central Legislative Assembly: i. In the Legislative Assembly. ii. General. 3. The political situation. 4. Simon Commission. 5. Visit to Europe. 6. Hinduism. 7. Communalism. 8. Political situation in Punjab. 9. Education. 10. On 'Mother India'. 11. Miscellaneous. Appendices: i. Chhotu Ram to editor, the Tribune. ii. Florence G. Wedgwood to Lajpat Rai.

Vol.14: 1. The argument. 2. The light through the ages. 3. The light that failed. 4. Learning and earning--and hard headed Americans. 5. A counsel of perfection. 6. History of compulsory primary education. 7. Why is light denied? 8. The Hindu caste system. 9. The untouchable--his friends and his exploiters. 10. Less than the Pariah. 11. Less than the Pariah (concluded). 12. Woman in India--a retrospect. 13. Woman and the new age. 14. Early to marry and early to die. 15. The Hindu widow. 16. The Devadasi. 17. Schooling, free of charge. 18. The sex urge in the west. 19. A present to Mr. Winston Churchill. 20. Muck-rakers whom we know. 21. The hygiene of the Hindus. 22. Why the cow starves. 23. India--home of plenty. 24. India--Home of stark want. 25. Poverty--the rock bottom physical base of India's ills. 26. Some aspects of the drain today. 27. Some aspects of the drain today (concluded). 28. Divide Et impera'. 29. 'The sons of the prophet'. 30. Britishers on British rule. 31. The story of the reforms. 32. Cumbrous, complex, confused system. 33. India--a world-menace. On "Mother India": 1. Winston Churchill on "Mother India". 2. History as she wrote. 3. Katherine Mayo's political motive. On "Unhappy India": 1. To G.D. Birla. 2. To G.D. Birla. 3. To B.W. Huebsch. 4. To G.D. Birla. 5. To G.D. Birla. 6. To J.T. Sunderland. 7. To B.W. Huebsch. 8. Disease and its cure. 9. Tom Johnston's socialism.

Vol.15: 1. The Indian National Congress. 2. In the Central Legislative Assembly. 3. Simon Commission. 4. Nehru Report. 5. The Punjab Politics. 6. Communalism. 7. Personal. 8. Miscellaneous. 9. Last Phase.

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Lala Lajpat Rai was one of the outstanding leaders of modern India, a contemporary of Dadabhai Naoroji, Tilak Gokhale and Gandhi. His public life spanned the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first three decades of the twentieth century. He practised law at the Lahore Chief Court and built up a lucrative practice, but was drawn very early into public activities pertaining to religious, educational and social reforms and then into nationalist politics. His arrest and deportation without trial to Burma in 1907 created a great sensation in India. He spent the war years (1914-18) in the United States propagating the Indian case for self government. He returned to India in 1920 and had the honour of presiding over the Calcutta Session of the Indian National Congress which approved of Gandhi's campaign for non-cooperation with the government. He was deputy leader of the Swaraj Party in the Central legislative Assembly and played a prominent role in provincial as well as national politics in the 1920s. While leading a demonstration against the Simon Commission at Lahore in 1928 he received injuries in an assault by the police which hastened his death. The Sixth volume of the Collected Works of Lala Lajpat Rai covers the period from August 1915 to December 1916 when the First World War was on, Lajpat Rai had arrived in the United States three months after the war broke out. Little did he know that the war would fast for four years and he would not be able to return to India until 1920. While in the USA, Lajpat Rai exposed the seamy side of the British rule. Through lectures, articles in newspapers, books and pamphlets he tried to enlighten the American people on the political and economic condition of India. He spoke as an Indian nationalist. His sense of history, his knowledge of international affairs and his style of presenting the nationalist case with facats and figures instantly appealed to liberal thinkers in the USA and Britain. Lajpat Rai visited Japan in the second half of 1915 and wrote a book on it in which he made a telling comparison between the relative costs of administration in India, Japan and the United States.
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