You can access the distribution details by navigating to My Print Books(POD) > Distribution
It has been said that the road to hell is often paved with best intentions, and despite the probable best intentions, ‘The Nehruvian Era, 1947–64’ unfortunately severely compromised India’s external security.
Chapter-1 gives an overview of the history of J&K, and details chronologically how Nehru, by arrogantly ignoring wise councils and making one blunder after another, single-handedly created the Kashmir problem that bedevils India till today.
Chapter-2 details how, left to Nehru and but for Sardar Patel’s firm handling, the Princely State of Hyderabad would have been Pakistan-II.
Chapter-3 is a sad story of how Nehru allowed Tibet to be erased as a nation, without even registering a protest in the international fora—thereby creating a major permanent external security threat for India.
Chapter-4 is the shocking story of how India drifted into an unnecessary war with China in 1962 by failing to settle the borders peacefully, despite an overlong time of a decade and a half to settle it, willingness of China to do so, and the multiple opportunities that presented themselves; and how with irresponsibly no preparation, Nehru&Co shamed India before the world in that war.
Chapter-5 summarises the many foreign policy and external security failures of the Nehruvian era.