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Dr Rammanohar Lohia Remembered - His Philosophy, Scholarship and Vision
Dr Rammanohar Lohia Remembered - His Philosophy Scholarship and Vision
Author: S.R. Nene
Pages: 185 — From the Jacket — People in India and outside know Dr Lohia more as a zealous freedom fighter, a founder-leader of socialist movement in Asia, and a fearless politician, always ready to fight for fundamental human rights. However, few people know Dr Lohia as a deep scholar, philosopher, champion of Indian tradition, and a visionary-im...  more »
ISBN-13: 9788129116093
ISBN-10: 812911609X
Edition: 2010
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Publisher: Rupa & Co.
Book Type: Hardcover
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