In 1942, a 22-year-old Usha Mehta helped establish the underground station, Congress Radio, which amplified Mahatma Gandhi's message of 'do or die'. Author Usha Thakkar captures the extraordinary story of Usha Mehta and the clandestine radio station she launched, which kept the British on their toes.
From traders to mercenaries to generals and kings, trace the stories of the many Africans who left a mark on the subcontinent through millennia as we talk to Archivist Dr Kenneth Robbins who has co-edited a series on ‘Afro-South Asia in the Global African Diaspora’ on LHI Book Club...
It’s a personal journey of discovery and an interesting look at a tumultuous event from India’s history - the Partition of 1947. Catch British lawyer Marina Wheeler as she talks about her book ‘The Lost Homestead: My Mother, Partition and the Punjab’ on LHI’s Book Club
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