“India Wins Freedom” is a book written by Abul Kalam Azad, also known as Maulana Azad, and was first published in 1958. The book is an autobiographical account of Maulana Azad’s political and personal life, as well as his involvement in the Indian independence movement.
Maulana Azad was a prominent Muslim leader and one of the most prominent Indian independence activists. He was born in 1888 in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and later moved to India with his family. He became involved in the Indian independence movement, joining the Indian National Congress and working closely with Mahatma Gandhi.
In “India Wins Freedom”, Maulana Azad writes about his experiences as a freedom fighter and his relationships with other leaders such as Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Muhammad Ali Jinnah. The book provides insights into the political climate of the time, the struggles of the independence movement, and the role of various leaders in achieving India’s freedom from British colonial rule.
The book has been widely praised for its historical value, its vivid portrayal of the Indian independence movement, and its personal insights into the life of one of India’s most prominent leaders.