Scientist Jagabandhu is having a meeting with friends at a forest bungalow in Tripura when the discovery of a dead body disrupts the gathering. The dead man resembles a dreaded terrorist leader. The mystery deepens with the indication of involvement of the royal family.
Written by Sir Jadunath Sarkar, this book contains articles on various problems faced by India just after independence. The collection unravels and altogether different aspect of Sakar who could not sit idle seeing his country bleed. Famous for his writings on Mughal India, Jadunath’s response to his own time is as well argued as his major works. The collection includes issues like military defense, vernacular as a medium of instruction, partition of Bengal, refugee problem, Congress politics, linguistic provinces, Hindu unity, Pak-American relationship and so on. The book endeavours to unravel Jadunath’s views in respect to building a modern India.