Saraswatichandra Part-1: Buddhidhan's Administration by Govardhanram Madhavram Tripathi
Contributor(s): Suhrud, Tridip [Translated].Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi Orient Blackswan Private Limited 2015Description: 345p.ISBN: 9788125059905.Subject(s): Humanities and Social ScienceDDC classification: 891.4734
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A novel of epic proportions, written in four parts from 1887 to 1901, Sarasvatichandra is both an enactment and the embodiment of the life philosophy of one man, and his sole mission. Part I, Buddhidhan s Administration, narrates the story of one individual s extraordinary rise from poverty to power, to become the Karbhari of Suvarnapur. East India Company s growing presence in the Indian native states provides the setting for the rivalry between Buddhidhan and the ruling Karbhari, Shathrai, and the royal intrigue involving Bhupsinh, claimant to the throne of Suvarnapur.