Till God Wakes – Immortal Story of Sino-Indian War in Nefa
Paramjit Kumar, an Indian-born author, philosopher, and economist, possessed the gift of speaking multiple languages and had explored numerous corners of the world. In 1945, during his youth, he established connections with Mahatma Gandhi and engaged in peaceful discussions with leaders of the Muslim League and Lord Wavell in concerted effort to prevent the partition of India.
As time went on, Kumar's life mission expanded to encompass the pursuit of global peace and the liberation of Tibet. His endeavours in this direction were blessed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who appointed him as his special envoy for the cause of Tibetan freedom. Kumar adeptly cultivated international relationships, fostering a shared resonance of ideas among people from diverse races, cultures, and nationalities across the globe. In addition to his socio-cultural activities aimed at promoting unity and national cohesion within India, he conducted extensive campaigns in the name of the world peace.
Among Mr. Kumar's noteworthy prior publications were "Lull before the Red Typhoon," "Scourge From The Sky," and "Lest We Become Slaves," published in 1953. The latter was an exceptional work in which he presciently foresaw Red China's future attack on India. Another notable work was "Roll Call of Death," published in New York. In 1966, while serving as the Secretary General of the Forum for Facts on Tibet and Vietnam, he had the opportunity to inspect the war zone in Vietnam, and his personal experiences there formed the basis for some of the incidents recounted in "Roll Call of Death." Additionally, he published "The People's Guardian," a weekly magazine dedicated to unveiling social injustices and political corruption in India during those years.
Partially due to the controversies sparked by this magazine, Paramjit Kumar eventually left India and relocated to New Zealand for few years. In those pivotal years, he joined forces with labour leader Mr. Norman Kirk, resulting in their success in the general elections, during which Mr. Norman Kirk assumed the role of Prime Minister of New Zealand. Their friendship endured until their last moments of life.
Paramjit Kumar was a benevolent proponent, whose wisdom has illuminated countless lives. His knowledge will continue to guide us through the darkest of times.
- Hardcover: 344 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 3 edition (February 2024)
- Author: Paramjit Kumar, Monica B Sood
- ISBN-13: 9798892221351
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 Inches
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