Archive / Audio / G.S. Khosla

Interview number: 212

Interviewer: Shanker, Uma

Interview date: 1976-04-23

Length 107 minutes

Condition notes: noisy microphone; slight audio interference

A.J.B. Kripalani, politician and author, talks about the Champaran Satyagraha, impressions of Malaviya, the Indian National Congress, Indian higher education, the Constituent Assembly, and the British.

Coverage notes: ‘World theatre’, ‘Theatre Quarterly’, ‘Railway Management in India’, ‘Transport’; Dacca, Lahore, Delhi; Brahmaputra; Mymensingh; Quit India; Bengal famine; gunny bags; transport, distribution; Muslims, non-Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs; jihad; haves, have-nots; evacuation, migration; North-Western railway; Baluchistan; Mirpur; Punjabi Theatre; Urdu, Punjabi, Persian, Gurmukhi; folk culture; Mar Mittan Walle (Wali), Shaheed; education, administration, institutions; British Clubs; Burma Star; 1942-1976