4c) Comments by Readers

Some of the comments on TWITTER:
(1) @rvrbreeze
Replying to @Rajnikant_rkp @timesofindia and 2 others
Completed reading 97 Blunders n bought 3 more yesterday.Worth reading, ESP Boz they r succinct, clear.
8:31 PM - 6 Apr 2017

(2) @IndianInterest
Everyone should read "Nehru's 97 Major Blunders" a superb, eye-opening book by @Rajnikant_rkp. Highly recommended.

Comments on the book's Amazon webpages for Kindle and Hardback Editions:
(a)
By Akhil Chandra on 23 March 2017
What a treasure of facts and knowledge! We have been living in a fool’s paradise all our life assuming the person to be a great visionary and a wise leader. Thanks Rajnikant for enlightening us on the historical facts and breaking the myth about greatness of this man. It is really India’s misfortune to have been ruled after independence for long by such a weak and confused leader. We will keep paying for his misdeeds (Kashmir problem, minority vote bank politics, …. ) eternally as the history can’t be corrected now. We shudder to think what would have been India’s fate and map if Sardar Patel was not been there that time and Nehru had total free run.

(b) 
By Prateik on 10 March 2017
Wonderful book to read. It gives a detailed description to the blunders that occurred from 1947-64 during the rule of our first PM-Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru. I knew a little of the blunders but never knew the exact extent of it. This book precisely helps in understanding the extent of those blunders. Plus it is written in clear and simple language that makes for easy reading. All in all a must read.

(c)
By Amazon Customer on 19 February 2017
Many unknown facts have been brought to light in this well-researched book. A must read for all who wonder what prevented India from achieving it's rightful place in the comity of Nations.

(d)
By Manini on 19 February 2017
Crisp, concise and insightful.
A Must-Read for all those wanting to know what kept a country with a potential like that of India - poor, hungry and under-developed.

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ByI.S.Mantrannavaron 11 February 2017
On reading this book I think that Nehru was not competent to be Prime Minister of India during the beginning years. Blunders committed by him at that period are the causes for many problems now we are facing. Nehru was not democratic. Mahatma Gandhi was also not democratic. He made Nehru President of Congress in 1929 against the democratically elected Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Again he did the same thing in 1946 when he made Nehru the President of Congress against democratically elected Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel. Nehru was jealous about luminaries like Dr. Ambedkar, Subhas Chandra Bose, Dr. Rajendra Prasad etc. It is unfortunate for India to have him as Prime Minister.

(f)
By Panna Parikhon 10 February 2017
Well written, easily readable, and interesting
Now, I know, why our country is not progressing. First time I feel Gandhiji s biggest blunder was to choose wrong candidate, thus so many blunders of his candidate
What real Nehru was, to know, one should read this book

(g)
By Nishant Jakhadon 12 December 2016
This work is worthy of being taught in colleges and 'PhDs' of history .
Over decades an army of pet historians had been fed,nutured and financed by the powers that be , very smartly hinding the stupidities and transparent idiocy of Nehru and his brain-dead progenies. 'Historians' like crook Bipin Chandra , that hypocrite Romilla Thapar , etc hv kept young generations frm knowing the truths about how indian political culture evolved.

(h)
By Amazon Customer on 1 October 2016
Plain facts are put across so well. Not an inch of exaggeration. Enjoyed reading this book. At the end of it I felt more informed!
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