Present volume is all about a very crucial period of Modern India under British Rule because after end of First World War followed by famine, unemployment and magnified sufferings of Indian people and new motivations and impulses which influenced the character of freedom struggle. Mahatma Gandhi made it clear that he had no admiration for British Parliamentary system and also declared in a special session of Indian National Congress held in Calcutta that Swaraj can be attained in one year provided adequate response from masses to congress. Occurance of such events in quick succession widened the scope of the fight fro freedom. Non-cooperation movement, Non-Violent Satyagraha, participation of Women, Appointment of Simon Commission and movement against him, emergence of Lala Lajpat Rai followed by Bhagat Singh and other revolutionaries and their martyrdom shook the roots of British Rule and they started sensing that their day in are numbered.
The volume has been weaved into seventeen comprehensive chapters of Gandhian Satyagraha and his technique. They have deep bearing on Non-Cooperation movement, Protest and Boycott, Non-Violent Satyagraha, Role of Women, Tragedy and Challenge, Simon commission and National Upsurge, Political Atmosphere, The Swadeshi, The Historic March, Irwin's Ambivalence, Hindu-Muslim Unity, Untouchability, The Preparations, Emergence of Bhagat Singh, Political Organisation, Martyrdom and Indian Reaction, The Assessment.