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The Narayanpur Incident AugustQuit India Gandhiji warns the British As he and most leaders are put in jail the very next day, the people rise in protest and so begins the Quit India movement ofBabu and Manju suddenly find themselves part of all this as their schools close down and their father is put behind bars Their daring brother Mohan goes underground and the rest of the family moves to Narayanpur, a sleepy little village seemingly untouched by the turbulence in the country But Narayanpur is seething within and it all comes to a head when a group of children dare to confront the police

10 thoughts on “The Narayanpur Incident

  1. says:

    Enid Blyton s Famous Five was a huge part of my childhood I ve read every book in that series and I loved the way the kids get together going on adventures and eventually solving mysteries Well, this book is even better than that Set in the pre independance era, precisely during the Quit India Movement, the story involves four kids who end up together trying to do their best to contribute to the independence movement I am a b

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    This book was originally published in 1998 I just got my hands on it and completed reading this within a few hours.The story is about ordinary citizens in a small town village called Narayanpur performing extraordinary things during the Quit India movement call from Mahatma Gandhi Mohan, Babu and Manju are youngsters who are caught up in the struggle for independence as their father gets arrested during a speech in a marketpla

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    I loved this book as a child It had a huge influence on me and the way I viewed the Indian freedom movement My grandfather was a freedom fighter His name was Major E Bhaskaran and he was Subhas Chandra Bose s secretary His stories of what happened in Burma were enthralling When I read this book, it made me evenfascinated with the freedom movement and colonialism I have never stopped reading about it or researching it I particul

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    I was a big fan of Sashi Deshpande s books when I was a child and it was sheer nostalgia that made me pick this book up Not disappointed Particularly like the strong female protagonists

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    You can t quit reading this one Finished the book in one go For most of us freedom and freedom struggle mean getting away from the rules and restrictions imposed on us by family and society This book is about what freedom and freedom struggle meant to our grandparents It is about the hero in every ordinary citizen and about the power of collective goals.Narrating history through fiction is not an easy task, especially when the aut

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    As simple as it can get to Story of the residents of Narayanpur, a village in India, during the pre independence period Its a neat well written package of those tensed moments of British rule, emotional drama with not a pinch of overdose, innocence of its characters Rare piece of fictional drama of the British ruled India.

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