A moment in time ebook
by Apa Pant
Apa Saheb Bala Saheb Pant, also known as Apa Pant, Appa Sahib, Parashuram Rao Pant, was an Indian prince (the son of the tenth ruler of the Aundh State), Gandhian, writer, freedom fighter and diplomat.
Apa Saheb Bala Saheb Pant, also known as Apa Pant, Appa Sahib, Parashuram Rao Pant, was an Indian prince (the son of the tenth ruler of the Aundh State), Gandhian, writer, freedom fighter and diplomat. A philosopher by nature and a mystic at heart, who served for over forty years as a career diplomat for the Indian Government.
A Moment in TIme book. From 1937, when Apa Pant returned from his studies in England as an Oxford . and a Barrister-at-law, he was for ten years absorbed in the human, political and practical problems of this enterprise in Aundh, becoming Chief Minister by election in a ‘grass-roots’ democracy that survived the strains of World War II but was then overtaken by the.
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The time had come for retribution. As she grew in wisdom she understood that by doing so the house was only vulnerable on one side; and that side was surrounded by a thick stone wall allowing entry only through heavy ironbound oak gates which were closed and barred at sunset and in times of danger. Within those walls were the estate's main dwelling; main barn; blacksmith's forge; cook house; stables, kennels, dovecote; well; and kitchen gardens.