Remembering Dharampal edited by Pawan Kumar Gupta. This book is a Collection of essays on Dharampal Ji.
Writers- Navjyoti Singh, Gita Dharampal-Frick, J. K. Bajaj, R.K.Mishra, L.C. Jain, K.K. Somani, C. Shambu Prasad, Ramasubramanian, Priya, Anuradha Joshi, T.M. Mukundan, V. Giriraj, Vinish Gupta, Laxmi Narayan Mittal, Samdhong Rinpoche, Udayan Bajpai, Nand Kishore Acharya, Rambahadur Rai, Banwari, Pushraj Jain, Rameshwar Mishra 'Pankaj', Shankar Sharan, Prabhat Ranjan, Indumati Katdare, Prema Joshi, Shivdatt, Rajiv Dikshit, Rupesh, Sant Sameer, Jagmohan Kathait
A man with rare Insight
India has several renowned historians and eminent scholars. There is no dearth of people who admire Mahatma Gandhi and derive inspiration from his life and works, though their numbers are dwindling. We also have a growing number of men and women who are working in the villages, with sincerity and dedication for changing the life at the grassroots of Indian society.
Dharampalji was all this, no doubt. But he was something more. He was a man endowed with a rare insight.Download Pdf
Dharampal, The Great Gandhian and Historian of Indian Science
by D.P. Agrawal
The people, who worry about the fact that the mainstream Western Historians of Science totally ignored the great contributions India made in the fields of science and technology in the past, acutely realise the importance of the path-breaking work of Dharampal. Despite his modest means, he put in several years of hard work in unravelling the position of Indian science and industry before the British came. And the beauty was, to prove his case, Dharampal used the writings of the British themselves.Download Pdf
Education in Pre-British India
by Pankaj Goyal
Dharampal, the well known Gandhian and historian of Indian Science, has given a detailed accounts of the extensive indigenous system of education that was thriving in India before the British came in his famous book, The Beautiful Tree. We give below a brief summary of his report. Dharampal's account is based on the British Collector's reports when the came to India and were asked to report on sate of the indigenous education.Download Pdf