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Letters from a Father to His Daughter Hardcover – 4 Nov 2004

by Sanapalas
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Product Description Review I read this book as a child. Now I am reading it with my daughter. Timeless gems of wisdom.The foundation of India's independence and the evolving of Indira Gandhi --By SK "movie lover" About the Author About the Author: Jawaharlal Nehru is the first Prime Minister of India. He was born on 14 November 1889 and died on 27 May 1964. He is one of the prime political figures in India during the 20th century. He has indulged in the freedom movements of India during its British rule. Nehru was a graduate of Trinity College Cambridge where he studied law. in India his birthday is celebrated as Children's day.; Reading level: 12+ years Hardcover: 154 pages Publisher: Penguin India; 3rd Edition edition (4 November 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0670058165 ISBN-13: 978-0670058167


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