Review: Krantimurti Durga Bhabhi

Krantimurti Durga Bhabhi Krantimurti Durga Bhabhi by Vachnesh Tripathi
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I thought this book would be the biography of one of India’s best-known women revolutionaries: Durga Vohra. Sadly, it is just a brief account of India’s revolutionary movement during the late twenties, centering round Bhagat Singh. At one place, the author says that he knows a lot about Durga Bhabhi’s life but cannot and will not reveal it. What????????? Why bother writing a biography then?

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First Line: Sardar Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev aur Durga Bhabhi ke pati Bhagawati Charan Vohra ….

First Published: 1996

Source: Bought @ DBF, 2003

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