Someone who grew up in Mumbai and Pune gave you a window into times 125 years ago. The writer speaks about the person and the environment that shaped him. Chapters about the situations that early life are eye-opening.
I foresee a movie or web series being made on this biography. As a book, it is scholarly. Voluminous. 1,500+ pages across 2 books. Unbiased. I was unaware of the sheer quality and volume of literary output that Swatantrya Veer Savarkar created. I wish more about him is formally covered in the school History curriculum.
Author Vikram Sampath has done a thorough job. The book feels like a thriller (novel).
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