The two volumes on 'Studies in Modern Indian History : India's March to Swaraj' are a unique contribution of various phases of socio-political and economic history of Indian nationalism. The volume I and II contain eight and fourteen chapters in a comprehensive way. Each and every chapter has been vividly explained and would enhance the knowledge of the teachers and students.
The volume I deals with propagation of swadeshi, economic problem, non-violent boycott, the Hunter Committee, the Congress Committee, the Amritsar Congress and the assessment. The volume II containing fourteen chapters deal with a comprehensive historical background, India reaction, march to Dandi, Gandhi-Irwin Pact, preparations of satyagraha, Nehru as Congress President, the ideology of complete independence, new viceroy and repression, suspension of the movement, response from public, the Karachi Congress in 1931 and relevant appendices.
These volumes depict an elaborate history of half-a-century which are fairly prominent during the three decades of the 20th century.
These two volumes would be useful for researchers and students of modern Indian history.