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Rustom Masani; portrait of a citizen

B. K. Karanjia

Rustom Masani; portrait of a citizen

by B. K. Karanjia

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Published by Popular Prakashan in Bombay .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Masani, Rustom Pestonji, Sir, 1876-1966.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statement[by] B. K. Karanjia.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCT1508.M32 K3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 224 p.
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4868051M
    LC Control Number75913046

    In a portrait that is as elegant as it is intriguing, Zareer Masani traces Macaulay’s fascinating journey from child prodigy, historian and parliamentary orator in London to imperial administrator in India, and then a revered elder statesman back in Britain. Pesi Rustom Masani (not to be confused with Sir Rustom P. Masani, a historian) worked in the highly theoretical and mathematical area of probabilistic functional analysis at the Institute of Sciences, Bombay, after his Ph.D. from Harvard. He was professor and head of the department of .

    India: Evolution of the Political Philosophy of Gandhi By Buddhadeva Bhattacharya. Calcutta Book House, Calcutta. xv, p. Rs 35 pp. K.P. Karunakaran India: Gandhi Through the Western Eyes By Horace Alexander. Asia, Bombay p. Rs 27 pp. K.P. Karunakaran India: C.F. Andrews: His Life and Times By P.C. Roychaudhary. Peenaz Masani and Indian Ghazals. The Two Cyruses – as comedy routines. 6. A sound and light show on the Parsi Zoroastrians. 7. Katrak and Classical Indian Music (iii) BOOK EXHIBITION & BUILDING THROUGH LAUGHTER. 1. Scripts. Books from the past – from Asiatic, KR Cama, etc. Books .

    COLLIER BOOKS (COLLIER BOOKS) Series Note: This paperback series was published by Collier Books (a division of Crowell-Collier Publishing Company, New York). Many of the volumes in this series were also published in London, U.K. by Collier-Macmillan Ltd. . Minoo s father Sir Rustom Masani was an ascetic scholar who scorned wealth and all the comforts it could buy. Shakuntala s father, Sir J.P. Srivastava, arch-loyalist of the British Raj and viceregal councillor, made a fortune as a mill owner and brought up his daughter in the lap of hedonistic luxury.


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Minocher Rustom "Minoo" Masani (20 November – 27 May ) was an Indian politician, a leading figure of the erstwhile Swatantra Party. He was a three-time Member of Parliament, representing Gujarat's Rajkot constituency in the second, third and fourth Lok political affiliations: Indian National Congress.

Rustom Masani; portrait of a citizen. Bombay, Popular Prakashan [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Rustom Pestonji Masani; Rustom Pestonji Masani; Rustom Pestonji Masani: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B K Karanjia. Try the new Google Books.

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0 Reviews. Minocher Rustom "Minoo" Masani (20 November – 27 May ) was an Indian politician, a leading figure of the erstwhile Swatantra was a three-time Member of Parliament, representing Gujarat's Rajkot constituency in the second, third and fourth Lok Sabha.A Parsi, he was among the founders of the Indian Liberal Group think tank that promoted classical liberalism.

Among his published books are Portrait of a Citizen (a biography of Rustom Masani), A Many-Splendoured Cinema (a compilation of editorials from Screen), More of an Indian (a novel), Masks and Faces (stories), Blundering in Wonderland (a partial memoir), Godrej: A Hundred Years (2 volumes), and Give me a Bombay Merchant-Anytime.

Minocher Rustom Masani was popularly known as Minoo was born on Novem He graduated from the prestigious Elphinstone College in Bombay. After that he moved to England and studied at London School of Economics and Lincoln's Inn. Minocher Rustom Masani came back to India and started legal practice at Bombay court.

Minoo’s father Sir Rustom Masani was an ascetic scholar who scorned wealth and all the comforts it could buy. Shakuntala’s father, Sir J P Srivastava, arch-loyalist of the British Raj and viceregal councillor, made a fortune as a mill owner and brought up his daughter in the lap of hedonistic luxury.

மினூ மசானி அல்லது மினோசர் ருஸ்தம் மசானி அல்லது எம். ஆர். மசானி. "In this unflinchingly candid memoir, Zareer Masani draws on the letters and diaries of his parents, charismatic politician Minoo Masani and his gifted wife Shakuntala, to paint an intimate portrait of two remarkable individuals and their prominent but very different families—the Masanis, Bombay Parsis, and the Srivastavas, UP Kayasths—united by marriage but divided by temperament.

The racist reformer. Zareer Masani's new book on Lord Macaulay has been getting rave reviews in England. The administrator — credited with bringing English language education to India but often criticised as racist — was a flawed hero, Masani tells Amit Roy. Early Life: Minocher Rustom Masani, popularly known as Minoo Masani, was born on 20th November He attended Cathedral High School and New High School in Bombay.

He went on to study at Elphinstone College, London School of Economics and Lincoln’s Inn. In this unflinchingly candid memoir, Zareer Masani draws on the letters and diaries of his parents, charismatic politician Minoo Masani and his gifted wife Shakuntala, to paint an intimate portrait of two remarkable individuals and their prominent but very different families—the Masanis, Bombay Parsis, and the Srivastavas, UP Kayasths—united by marriage but divided by temperament Reviews: 7.

Buy Rustom Masani; portrait of a citizen by B. Karanjia online at Alibris UK. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. The article in question was about a programme called the Leslie Sawhny Programme of Training for Democracy, set up by Minoo Masani i.e.

Minocher Rustom Masani. Zareer Masani has an Oxford history doctorate and is the author of four previous historical books, including a widely acclaimed biography of the former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.

He spent two decades as a current affairs producer for the BBC and is now a freelance journalist and broadcaster. Ma The article in question was about a programme called the Leslie Sawhny Programme of Training for Democracy, set up by Minoo Masani i.e. Minocher Rustom Masani, a politician who had left e legal practice in England to join the freedom struggle and later, founded the Swatantra Party along with C Rajagopalachari and N G.

Ranga. The respondent, who is a citizen of India, is a Barrister-at-Law and an advocate (O.S) of this High Court. He, however, does not practise law but is practising as a Management Consultant. In January the respondent took over the editorship of a monthly journal called the “Freedom First” which has been described by the respondent in the.

Here’s an answer from one of India’s leading liberal politicians, a highly-Westernised, not-very-orthodox Parsi gentleman, the late Minocher (Minoo) Rustom Masani: “In fact, there is no.

Minoo s father Sir Rustom Masani was an ascetic scholar who scorned wealth and all the comforts it could buy. Shakuntala s father, Sir J.P. Srivastava, arch-loyalist of the British Raj and viceregal councillor, made a fortune as a mill owner and brought up his daughter in Reviews: 7.

Minocheher Rustom Masani, popularly known as Minoo Masani from Mumbai, had won a Ranchi seat in Former Union minister and Congress MP from Kerala. Masani had moved closer to accept many of the beliefs held by his father, Rustom Masani and moved away from Jawaharlal Nehru.

This was to cost Masani dear in terms of the fishes and loaves of office in free India three years later, in after India attained independence. Socialism Reconsidered marked a turning point in his public life. It. The book is also a very short book, containing only pages even with a big font and being very spaced out.

Finally, it is poor writing to use the phrase 'like today's or like today where'. This dates a book meaning that in a few years time, when it is no longer 'today', it will be out of s: 8.

Minoo’s father Sir Rustom Masani was an ascetic scholar who scorned wealth and all the comforts it could buy. Shakuntala’s father, Sir J.P. Srivastava, arch-loyalist of the British Raj and viceregal councillor, made a fortune as a mill owner and brought up his daughter in the lap of hedonistic s: 7.