A Book Discussion on the books ‘Khilafat’ and ‘Bengal Bleeding’

A book discussion and relaunch of the books ‘Khilafat’ and ‘Bengal bleeding’ by Samvit Prakashan was organized by Gachibowli chapter of Samvit Kendra at Oasis school on 11th July. The discussion was initiated with detailed book reviews by Sri Surendra ji and Sri Kuldeep ji on ‘Khilafat’ and ‘Bengal bleeding’ respectively. The books were then formally launched at the Gachibowli chapter by Sri Nadimpalli Ayush, General Secretary – Samvit Kendra and Sri Bal reddy, joint secretary of Samvit Kendra.

It was followed by the keynote speech on the discussion by Sri Ayush. Speaking on the occasion Sri Ayush has narrated the sequence of events between 1930 to 1946 which shaped the destiny of the nation henceforth. He traced back to how the Khilafat movement was at the root of all these events which later led to the partition of the country. One can see this as a singular root to even many of the current day problems that Bharat faces. The book ‘Khilafat’ addresses these aspects in detail.

‘Bengal Bleeding’ book further connects the dots from the May 2021 Post poll violence in Bengal to the aftermath of Khilafat. The speaker has elucidated on how the Jihadi perpetrated Violence on Hindus of Bengal has been continuously occurring since partition and not a sporadic occurrence as projected by certain vested sections of the Media. He has also thrown light on the tragic ending of Jogendranath Mondal in exile after being deceived by the delusion of ‘Muslims being saviours of scheduled caste groups amongst Hindus’. Marichjhapi massacre on the scheduled caste refugees from Bengal stands as a tragic reminder of the above facts. He further pointed to the horrific hushing up of these events by the then secular media and explained how this kind of book is the need of the hour to chronicle the events as it is for creating awareness and as a repository for the future.

Shri Bal Reddy further added on the need for original research-based publications in the Nationalist sphere and elaborated on the work of Samvit Kendra in this direction.