REREFERNCES

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REFERENCES


The references below are mentioned in international system. However, to make it easy to refer a book new innovation is added by giving alphabetical code to a book and it is inserted in script with page number.

S.No.       Code       Reference

1              A Ayer S.A. (1951) ‘Unto Him A Witness.’ Thacker & Co. Ltd.                       Bombay

2              B Bose, Werth, Ayer (1973).  ‘A Beacon Across Asia.’ Orient Longmans Ltd.

3              C             Narayan Menon. (1944)  “On To Delhi”. Edited Speeches & Writings. First Published in India in 1946 by Deshmukh, Pune   & Printed by Nathuram Vinayak Godse. Shivaji Printing Press, 495 Sadashiv Peth POONA. (Note the Printer is the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi)

4              CC         Chakraborty Bidyut. (1990), “Subhash Chandra Bose & Middle Class Radicalism.”   Oxford University Press, Delhi.

5              D       Ganpuley N.G. (1959) Second Edition 1964.Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay. Edited by Munshi K.M. & Diwakar R.R.

6              E             Sanyal Gopal Lal. (1949), Editor. ‘The Mission of Life.’ Published by Nagendra Mishra, Thacker Spink & Co, Pr. Ltd. 3 Esplanade East, Calcutta-1.

7              F              Ravindra Kumar. (1992)  “Subhash Chandra Bose, Correspondence & Special Documents (1930-1942). First Published in India 1992, Inter India Publication, New Delhi.

8              G Gordon Leonard. A. (1990). ‘Brothers Against the Raj,’ Penguin Books, India Ltd.

9 H Hayashida Tatsuo (1970). ‘Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’ Allied Publishers.

10 I             Shri Ram Sharma. (1948)  “Netaji- His Life & Work” Published by Shivlal Agrawal & Co Ltd. AGRA

11            J Jog N.G. (1969). ‘In Freedom’s Quest.’  Orient Longman.

12 K             Kamath Ashok (1976)  “Ashasanchi diary”, in Marathi,”Subhashmai Diwas” Nutan Prakashan, 12181, Sadashiv Peth. PUNE

13 L             Netaji Research Bureau.(1962)”Crossroads” Compilation. Published by Asia Publishing House Calcutta

14 M            Netaji Research Bureau. (1964)  “Subhash Chandra Bose (1934). The Indian Struggle  (1920-42) Compiled by Netaji Research Bureau, Calcutta

15 N             Bose S.C. (1965)  “An Indian pilgrim” An unfinished autobiography and collected letters 1897-1921.Edited by Netaji Research Bureau. Published by Asia Publishing House.

16            O Toye Hugh (1957).‘Subhash Chandra Bose, The Springing Tiger’,  Jaico Publishing House.

17            P Fleming Peter (1963) ‘The Fate of Admiral Kolchak’, Rupert Hart-Davis, Soho Square, London.

18            Q Joshi V.S. (1991), ‘Shrunkhala Khala Khala Tutlya’, Marathi. Manoramaa Prakashan, Dadar, Mumbai

19            R Patil Vishwas (1998), ‘Mahanayak’, Marathi. Rajhansa Prakashan, Sadashivpeth, Pune-30

20            S Walimbe V.S. (1998), ‘Netaji’. Marathi. Mehta Publishing House, Sadshivpeth, Pune-30

21            T Phadke Y.D. Vol.I (1994), Vol.II (1995) ‘Kahani Netajinchi’. Marathi, Shri Vidya Prakashan, Shaniwarpeth, Pune-30

22            U Gokhale Madhao S. (1997) ‘Hansagaan’ (Marathi). Neehara Publisher, 634, Budhwar Peth, Pune.

23            V Menon Miss of INA, Her diary.

24            W Ryan Cornelius (1966) ‘The Last Battle.’ Pocket Book, New York.

25            X Farago Ladislas (1975) ‘Aftermath’. Farago Ladislas and Stoughton Ltd U.K.

26            Y Padhye S.S. Personal Diaries.

27            Z Sheode Sachitananda (2005), second edition, ‘Navachaitanya Prakashan’, Borivali West,,Mumbai-400 092

28            ZZ           Rajvir Sinha, ‘Krantikari’ (1994), ‘Yug Nirmata’, Hindi, Gaziabad.

29         NP         Netaji Research Bureau (1995) Third edition. ‘Netaji – A pictorial biography

Note: Many books are referred in the Text itself.  Nevertheless, the following books are cursorily touched and referred.

Bali K.N. – Now it can be told;

Khosla G.D. – Stern Reckoning;

Mankekar – Twenty three days war;

Himalyan Blunder – Brigadier S.P.Dalwi;

Is Paris Bombing –Larry Collins and Domique La Pierre;

The Bridge too far – Cornelius Ryan ;

The Finest hour –G.S. Bhargava ;

The Longest Day – Cornelius Ryan ;

The German Occupation of Jersey – L.P. Sinel ;

The Last Mughal – G.D. Khosla ;

Freedom at Midnight – Larry Collins and Dominic La Pierre ;

Mein Kamf – Adolf Hitler ;

Kemal Pasha – Sadashiv Athawale ;

Karl Marx – A biography translated by Yuri Domnikov ;

In the shadow of the Mahatma – G.D.Birla ;

Discovery of India – Jawaharlal Nehru ;

The battle of Kursk – Progress Publishers, Moscow ;

The battle of bulge and where eagles landed; Lesson of World War II –Vladen Kuznestov;

Crusade in Europe – Eisenhauer ;

Karl Marx –Theories of surplus value, II, Progress Publishers, Moscow ;

Mahatma Gandhi, the man who became one with the Universal Being – Romain Rolland ;

The Voice of Gandhi six volumes, selected works of Mahatma Gandhi – Navajivan Publishing House, Ahamadabad ;

My Experiments with Truth — M.K.Gandhi;

Bertrand Russell –Autography ;

Great Lives Great deeds – Readers Digest ;

India’s civilization, Rigveda and Hindu culture – P.R. Deshmukh ;

The Judgment – Kuldip Nayar ;

My frozen trouble in Kashmir –Jagmohan ;

Problems of philosophy – Bertrand Russel ;

From Science to Samadhi – B.G. Khaparde (Baba Bharati) ;

Two faces of Indira Gandhi –Vina Vasudev ;

My years with Indira Gandhi –P.C. Alexander ;

The Lightening Campaign, Indo Pakistan war 1971—Major General D.K.Palit ;

Rommel, The desert Fox – Desmond Young ;

Final Days – Bob Woodwards and Karl Benstein ;

War of Independence of 1857 – V.D. Sawarkar ;

Tatya Tope, operation red lotus, Anglo Indian war of 1957 –Parag Tope ;

The secret life of plants – Peter Thompkin and Christopher Bird ;

Raman Maharshi – Orther Osborne ;

Patanjali Yog Sutra – N.V. Karbelkar ;

Play of consciousness, spiritual autography of Swami Muktanand ;

Divya sparshi –Dhanajay Deshpande ;

Bunch of thoughts – M.S. Golwalkar ;

Kasmirnama – Sacchitanand Sheode ;

Rakta Lanchan – Sacchitanand Sheode ;

Biography of Dadasaheb Khaparde, From Science to Samadhi – B.G. Khaparde ;

Life Divine two volumes — Aurobindo Ghosh ;

Old Testament,

New Testament,

Kuran sharif,

Bhagwadgita,

Dnyaneshwari (Sakhrekar, Dandekar),

Dasbodh – Ramdaswami;

Translations of Vedas – P.V. Knae, Bapat,

Upanishadas – Bapat,

Puranas – Bhandarkar Institute.

Life sketch of my great Grandfather and Grandfather B.G. Khaparde and G.S Khaparde s

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