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Shadow in the Fog: Biography of Dr. Mathra Singh (English Edition) Kindle版
JPS Kohli (1963- ) is the grandson of Dr. Mathra Singh, and has helped carry forward his twin legacies of pharmaceutical studies and spreading word about the political struggles of the forgotten heroes of Indian history. Working for a few years in the pharmaceutical production and engineering fields, and then starting his own consultancy, it wasn't long before he started writing technology status reports for the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, for the pharmaceutical sector on various subjects, leading to him setting up his own pharmaceutical-related publishing company. The company has produced some of the most updated and important works within and for the industry, such as Pharmaceutical Exports and Pharmaceutical Facility Management. Writing the history of the family, and that of Dr. Mathra Singh came as a passing on of the family documents and records from the eldest son of Dr. Labh Singh (Dr. Mathra Singh's younger brother), Prithpal Singh Kohli, his uncle. This work, along with the multiple public lectures given by the author, remain a way for him to pay homage to his family legacy, given his wide knowledge of multiple Indian vernacular languages in addition to Hindi and English. This book comes after a research spanning more than a decade, comprising of source collection, triangulation of facts, multiple consultations with leading experts in the subject area, and a lengthy writing period.
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An encyclopaedic clearing of the fog around the Ghadar Movement2018年6月6日にインドでレビュー済み
Dr. Mathra Singh's memory has largely been erased from the annals of history of the Indian Independence Movement. The book is a scholarly work of love, which paints his life and his work in great detail, for the random reader as well as for history lovers. The depth and detail of the historical landscape of the era of the Ghadar movement is so comprehensive that the knowledge of the reader is enhanced way beyond the main protagonist of the book. This book provides a much needed reference point for future historians of the Ghadar movement. The Ghadar movement's rise, the reasons of it's failure and the legacy of the movement is there for the reader to uncover. A very interesting book indeed. The title is ironic rather; the book points a light at facts, the fog is eroded.