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  1. This is one of the best books I have ever read on Indian history Covers the integration of the Indian states in a great detail Especially enjoyed reading the introduction and the first chapter, the way author sets context right from 300 AD till the day India got freedom, is just a delight and so much learning of course Hats off to Sardar Patel V.P Menon for making this happen Had the integration not happened, it is hard to imagine the co existence of 566 Princely states in technologica This is one of the best books I have ever read on Indian history Covers the integration of the Indian states in a great detail Especially enjoyed reading the introduction and the first chapter, the way author sets context right from 300 AD till the day India got freedom, is just a delight and so much learning of course Hats off to Sardar Patel V.P Menon for making this happen Had the integ...

  2. When India became independent, the country was a kaleidoscope of small and large states of various hues and shades The bigger provinces were under direct British rule, but the native princely states, which were 554 in number, were scattered over the entire area Nobody could have imagined that all these principalities would be merged into a single union within two years a blink of an eye as far as national timescales are concerned But Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Vappala Pangunny Menon, his When India became independent, the country was a kaleidoscope of small and large states of various hues and shades The bigger provinces were under direct British rule, but the native princely states, which were 554 in number, were scattered over the entire area Nobody could have imagined that all these principalities would be merged into a single union within two years a blink of an eye as far as national timescales are concerned But Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and Vappala Pangunny Menon, his adviser and secretary to the States ministry achieved the impossible in such a short time ...

  3. A great book to read for everyone who wish to understand the story behind India as we know today Integral India with all its states today has been possible only due to the excellent work done by the States Department under leadership of Sardar Patel V.P M...

  4. This book is the source of excellent historical facts by a person who was involved in creating a significant milestone in Indian history The book presents a detailed account of merger of all the princely states left behind by the British into the Indian dominion It is very clear that the author along with Sardar Patel demonstrated excellent diplomatic skills in convincing the rules to merge with India The author has covered a brief historical background in the first few chapter so that the fu This book is the source of excellent historical facts by a person who was involved in creating a significant milestone in Indian history The book presents a detailed account of merger of all the princely states left behind by the British into the Indian dominion It is very clear that the author along with Sardar Patel demonstrated excellent diplomatic skills in convincing the rules to merge with India The author has covered a brief historical background in the first few chapter so that the future generations can know the background and appreciate the mammoth task that lay ahead in front of the state ministr...

  5. A thorough account of the integration of integration of Indian states after independence I personally believe that the independence story doesn t end on 1947 To know how present India came into being, you have to know the story of the integration of Indian states which at the time of independence were numbered upwards of 550.Well, look no further Know the tale directly from the horse s mouth V.P Menon was the bureaucrat who did that under the leadership of Iron Man Sardar Patel The book ex A thorough account of the integration of integration of Indian states after independence I personally believe that the independence story doesn t end on 1947 To know how present India came into being, you have to know the story of the integration of Indian states which at the time of independence were numbered upwards of 550.Well, look no further Know the tale directly from the horse s mouth V.P Menon was the bureaucrat who did that under the leadership of Iron Man Sardar Patel The book explains the story of the integration of states through various anecdotes like how a certain Rajah of Rajasthan pointed a gun at the writer and in another case how a Rajah from Gujrat was smug...

  6. A great book about one of the greatest episodes of entire Indian history Coming from a person who himself was part of the process makes itinteresting It presents nicely the immense challenges of integration and how ...

  7. Awesome book on how the gigantic task of integration of 600 princely states done ,and all thw idiosynchrasies of the various kingsOne can only salute The Sardar after reading the immense complexities

  8. must read if you want to know the story of how 562 states were moulded into one great nation.

  9. A book which explains the most important event in the Indian history It requires quite a bit of effort to complete this book and one needs to have basic understanding of politics.

  10. Informative Must read for people wishing to acquaint themselves with the situation and subsequent integration of Indian princely states in the aftermath of the partition.

  11. A great book on the context of how an Integrated India came about after British rule of 180 Years The first 6 chapters go into great detail about the the Government of India Act of 1935, The Cripps mission of 1942 and the Cabinet Mission plan of 1946 and provide a fascinating insight on the various political and administrative options that ultimately shaped the Republic of India So for me the best parts of the book were 1 The Political lead up to 1947 What was the Empire ready to offer India A great book on the context of how an Integrated India came about after British rule of 180 Years The first 6 chapters go into great detail about the the Government of India Act of 1935, The Cripps mission of 1942 and the Cabinet Mission plan of 1946 and provide a fascinating insight on the various political and...

  12. Best book ever on early post independence political situation Reader will get a detailed insight about the problems faced at the early stages, many of which still haunt in the present day like Kashmir issue, Maosit militancy, lack of credible governance in bimaru states, uneven...

  13. India as we know today did not exist 70 years ago It was just a British term given loosely to suit themselves It s the most magnificent, accurate account of how India was carved created out of the Indian Sub Continent...

  14. the book contains elaborate explanations of the various covenants and treaties with the erstwhile princely states of india a must read to know about The Making of India hats off to the iron man and d author