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Author: Muzaffar Hanafi
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Khadija Azeem
Publisher: National Book Trust
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8123742517
Hasrat Mohaani was a consummate national political leader and a freedom fighter extraordinaire who devoted his life for India’s freedom struggle.
During the period of India’s freedom struggle after the revolt of 1857, Mohaani was the first few prominent Indian leaders, besides Tilak, to have been arrested and put under rigorous imprisonment by the British for his political activities.
Mohaani raised the demand for the complete independence of India from every significant political platform.
Beside, being an eminent national leader, Mohaani, was also an acclaimed poet in his own right, a critic of note and a man of letters. This concise biography brings to light the multifaceted personality of Mohaani admirably well.
ABOUT THE TRANSLATOR:
Khadija Azeem is a prolific translator from Urdu to English and vice versa. She has also translated Maxim Gorky’s novel Mother from original Russian to English for Sahitya Akademi. She lives in New Delhi and Mumbai.