THIS book is the story of an Englishwoman who adopted India as her 'motherland' and worked and lived as a true daughter of the land. So committed was she to the progress and development of India that she did not hesitate for even a moment to call for independence and urge countrymen of the land of her birth to give India its freedom. Her role in India being a proud sovereign nation today cannot be underestimated.
She left no stone unturned to achieve her goal. Believing that educating the masses would help to create a greater awareness of the need for freedomand also the need for efforts to achieve it, she plunged into the field of education with a vengeance and instilled the ancient traditions of Hinduism in students.
This book chronicles in vivid detail and with great emphasis on factuality and history the work of Annie Besant and how she plunged with heart and soul in the fight for the country's freedom. She fought for a cause she believed in and gave it all she had.
Academicians, teachers, students and all those general readers who crave for detailed and interesting accounts of the people who made the freedom of this country possible will find this book not only useful but also engrossing. It will surely add a new dimension to their view of the freedom struggle of the country.
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