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The Princes A Novel By Author Manohar Malgonkar : Book Review

The author has done a commendable job of painting a clear picture of India's transition from the British Raj to an independent country.
on Feb 08, 2023
The Princes A Novel

Composed by Manohar Malgonkar, The Princes is a fictional story set in India during the British Colonialism, pre, and post-independence era. It focuses on the Indian Royals' ability to endure a national transition period.

The narrative begins in post-independent India and occasionally shifts to the past as the protagonist, Abhayraj, reflects on his life. The story revolves around the different facets of Abhayraj's life and how the social landscape around him affects his conduct. 

It entails the problematic aspects prevalent in the pre, and post-independence era and sheds light on the inferior treatment of individuals based on their caste. 

The author has done a commendable job of painting a clear picture of India's transition from the British Raj to an independent country.

He has skillfully recounted the story of a son who is torn between his feelings of love and respect for his father and his understanding of the changes coming with the rise of nationalism in the country that will inevitably sweep the parasitic colonizers away.

The characters in the book represent the ideologies, morals, and rules of a close-knit social class, the former rulers of India. The author's close relationship with the princes has given him insight into the cultural and personal values reflected in their unusual and opulent lifestyles, which had been well-portrayed in the book. 

The author has well-incorporated his knowledge of the historical subject in the book. He has painted a clear picture of the reformations that were transpiring among the Royals after the British reign of terror and misfortune was finally over.

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