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9789387693630 64227da457ec86832314f51b The Scope of Happiness: A Personal Memoir https://www.bookishsanta.com/s/63fe03d26a1181c480898883/64227da657ec86832314f568/book-speaking-tiger-17983537217702.jpg No other living individual could draw the sweeping historical picture that Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit has given us in her memoir, making it a book of rare significance that will speak lastingly for generations to come.The Scope of Happiness is the autobiography of an outstanding world figure who was the sister, confidante, and lifelong political associate of India eat figures: the searching and affectionate view of her brother, the insight into her niece Indira, a personal record of Mahatma Gandhi that no one else could give and penetrating and entertaining anecdotes of world figures such as Krishna Menon, Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Chester Bowles, Dag Hawoman President of the United Nations General Assembly. In India, she served as Governor of Maharashtra from 1962 to 1964, after which she was elected to the Lok Sabha. Her writings include The Evolution of India (1958) and Prison Days. 9789387693630
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No other living individual could draw the sweeping historical picture that Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit has given us in her memoir, making it a book of rare significance that will speak lastingly for generations to come.The Scope of Happiness is the autobiography of an outstanding world figure who was the sister, confidante, and lifelong political associate of India eat figures: the searching and affectionate view of her brother, the insight into her niece Indira, a personal record of Mahatma Gandhi that no one else could give and penetrating and entertaining anecdotes of world figures such as Krishna Menon, Earl Mountbatten of Burma, Chester Bowles, Dag Hawoman President of the United Nations General Assembly. In India, she served as Governor of Maharashtra from 1962 to 1964, after which she was elected to the Lok Sabha. Her writings include The Evolution of India (1958) and Prison Days.
Author Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
Language English
Publisher Speaking Tiger
Pages 393
Binding Paperback