5 edition of Blind men of Hindoostan found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -239) and index.
|LC Classifications||PR9499.3.S93 B65 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 246 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||93905806|
Blind Men of Hindoostan. Dr A.S. NAGPAL Those were the days of mass migration of Sikhs to Punjab from other states of the country after the carnage. I was living in a small town of Punjab, which was also affected by the fallout from the pogrom across the country. Blind Men of Hindoostan–Indo–Pak Nuclear War: Gen. Krishnaswamy Sundarji.
This is tunnel vision Remember the Six Blind Men of Hindoostan? In that old Jain fable, which was introduced to us 10 year olds as an 'English' poem, six blind scholars try to discover the essence of an elephant by touching little parts of him. The one who happened upon the tail thought it . Blind Men of Hindoostan-indo-Pak Nuclear War. Gen. Krishnaswamy Sundarji. Bliss was it in that Dawn. Minoo Masani. Bloodline. Sidney Sheldon. Blood Sport. James Stewart. Blue Bird. Maurice Macterlink. Bofors: The Ambassador’s Evidence. B.M. Oza. Bone People. Keri Hulme. Book of the Sword. Sir Richard Burton. Borders & Boundaries: Women in.
Oct 16, · In his book Blind Men of Hindoostan – Indo-Pak Nuclear War, he wrote a fictional account of a nuclear war between the two neighbours that came chillingly close to reality. An engaging and charming conversationalist, Krishnaswami Sundarji was a keen gardener and a wild-life enthusiast who lived under ‘Z’, the highest category of. Sep 29, · The following list is taken from the Wikipedia page on Indian military fiction. I have reproduced the text here for quick reference. > * "The Fourth Round: Indo-Pak war in " by Ravi Rikhye. This book is a scenario for what an India-Pakis.
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General Sunderji is one of the intellectual Army Chief India had. He is credited to have initiated far-reaching reforms in the Indian Army including concept of rapid moving infantry ie mechanised infantry. He was a staunch advocate of India going overtly nuclear, at least that is what appears to be when one reads `Blind Men of Hindoostan'.4/5(1).
Sep 04, · General Sunderji, thus wrote `Blind men of Hindoostan" in form of a narration of various briefs given by experts to the Cabinet Committee on Security of the Indian Government and deliberations thereof to analyse the situation of Pakistan and China being nuclear powers in the vicinity of India and also impact of other overt and covert nuclear texasbestchambers.com by: 4.
General Sunderji, thus wrote `Blind men of Hindoostan" in form of a narration of various briefs given by experts to the Cabinet Committee on Security of the Indian Government and deliberations thereof to analyse the situation of Pakistan and China being nuclear powers in the vicinity of India and also impact of other overt and covert nuclear texasbestchambers.com: K.
Sundarji. Aug 30, · The Blind Men Of Hindoostan President Musharraf, the Hurriyat leaders, Syed Salahuddin, Mr Farooq Abdullah and others are busy discussing the peace process. Let them first confront the truth.
Jul 25, · In essence, both books are cathartic in nature and relate to their respective professional expertise and speciality. By some coincidence, Assassination, by Mohandas, and Blind Men of Hindoostan by Sundarji, both relate in some way to the late Rajiv Gandhi.
The Six Blind Men of Hindostan. It was six men of Hindostan, To learning much inclined, Who went to see the elephant (Though all of them were blind) That each by observation.
Might satisfy his mind. The first approached the elephant, And happening to fall. Against his broad and sturdy side, At once began to bawl, “Bless me, it seems the elephant.
"You need every edge in a terrorism investigation, and a blind officer with languages could be a powerful weapon." Yes, you read that right. The Belgian police have taken on 6 blind men, because the blind have a more acute sense of sound and can thus be far more effective when listening to texasbestchambers.com instance Sacha van Loo can not just figure out whether the suspect the police is tracking is.
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Sep 12, · The poems of John Godfrey Saxe/The Blind Men and the Elephant THE BLIND MEN AND THE ELEPHANT. A HINDOO FABLE. Mar 13, · ‘ Blind Men of Hindoostan ’ is the title of a book authored by General Krishnaswamy Sundarji, published in On the dust jacket it is stated that Sundarji makes a fictional Prime Minister, his cabinet and the three Service Chiefs discuss the nuclear issue but comes up with a chilling ‘fact’.
The Blind Men Of Hindoostan has begun with a startling victory at Kilinochchi. With the necessary political and military will, this may well be the year that a 33 year old terror is finally. The parable of the blind men and an elephant originated in the ancient Indian subcontinent, from where it has been widely diffused.
However the meaning of the popular proverb differs in other countries. It is a story of a group of blind men, who have never come across an elephant before and who learn. The Blind Men and the Elephant. John Godfrey Saxe () It was six men of Indostan.
To learning much inclined, Who went to see the Elephant. (Though all of them were blind), That each by observation. Might satisfy his mind. The Blind Men and the Elephant is a famous Indian fable that tells the story of six blind sojourners that come across different parts of an elephant in their life journeys.
In turn, each blind man creates his own version of reality from that limited experience and perspective. Gen. Krishnaswamy Sundarji's. Gen. Krishnaswamy Sundarji's, authors books puzzle -ReadCentral Free Puzzles, Read Free Books Online Looking for free online books. Search for your favorite books & authors & read free books online.
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Akbar Blood Sport: James Stewart Blue Bird: Maurice Macterlink Bofors The Ambassador's Evidence: B. Oza Book of the Sword: Sir Richard Burton. May 08, · Six Wise Men of Hindustan By John Godrey Saxe.
There were six men of Hindustan, to learning much inclined, Who went to see an elephant, though all of them were blind, That each by observation might satisfy his mind.
The first approached the elephant, and happening to fall Against his broad and sturdy side, at once began to bawl, "This mystery. Blind Men of Hindoostan Indo pak Nuclear war Gen. Krishnaswamy Sundarji Tags: Books and authors, Charles Berlitz, Charles Dickens, John Dean, Kuldip Nayar, Lewis Wallace, Paul Hanna, Sisir Kumar Ghose, Stephen Hawking, Toni Morrison.
Jan 02, · Even Gen Sundarji in his book; THE BLIND MEN OF HINDOOSTAN had expressed his frustration about the lack of knowledge these Beauraucrats, who have been entrusted with the Author: Col N Bhatnagar. "Blind Men of Hindoostan" () by General Krishnaswamy Sundararajan. Among the newer books are: "Writing on the Wall" by General Sundararajan Padmanabhan.
Unlike the other books it involves India fighting a war simultaneously with Pakistan while improving relations with China. Oct 01, · The introduction to Alexander Klimburg’s book, The Darkening Web: The War for Cyberspace, begins by referencing the Indian parable of the Blind Men of Hindoostan and the elephant to bring out the difficulty of ‘grasping the entirety of cyberspace’.
The focus of his book is on international security, and more specifically, the security interests of states in cyberspace.In it ten blind men touch an elephant. Each touches a different part and they can’t agree on what it is they are touching.
One problem is that each metric that the government puts out is measuring a different thing — and as in the case of the blind men who touched only one part of the elephant — only that thing.Geeta Dotor reviews Christopher Pinney's book Photos of the Gods: The Printed Image and Political Struggle in India - Issue Date: May 10, Like the fabled beast that baffled the nine blind men of Hindoostan, the printed Gods and Goddesses of India are facing a glorious re-examination at the hands of different scholars.