#National Writing Competition

Bhuvan Lall

Award-winning filmmaker, international journalist and creative entrepreneur.
Award-winning filmmaker, international journalist and creative entrepreneur.

Dr. Bhuvan Lall is an award-winning filmmaker, international entrepreneur, columnist, scriptwriter, motivational speaker and author. He is the biographer of Subhas Chandra Bose – The Man India Missed The Most and Har Dayal – The Great Indian Genius. He has been conferred a Doctorate Honoris Causa from Rai Jharkhand University. This is his third book.  Read More...

India on the World Stage

Books by Bhuvan Lall

Today the world awaits India. We can influence the whole human civilization just as we have been shaping it for thousands of years. In this collection of biographical sketches, we visit the lives of incredible women and men who have successfully positioned India on the World Stage.

Vijay Amritraj, Richard Attenborough, Margaret and James Beveridge, Homi Jahangir Bhabha, Amar Gopal Bose, Indra Devi, Satya Narayan Goenka, Rameshwar Nath Kao, Walter Kaufma

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The Man India Missed the Most

Books by Bhuvan Lall

On an afternoon in the summer of 1944, the British and Japanese warplanes screamed across the peaceful skies dropping death over the dense jungles of Imphal and Kohima along the India Burma border.

On the frontline there was no time for fear.

Half a million men from all corners of the world were locked in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Firmly holding the tricolor, the Indian National Army advanced with the war cry “Delhi Chalo”

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The Great Indian Genius Har Dayal

Books by Bhuvan Lall

This is a lost episode of Indian history. Before Bose, much before Nehru and even before Mahatma Gandhi…there was Har Dayal.

On the morning of December 23rd, 1912, a powerful bomb targeted at the Viceroy Lord Hardinge exploded as he entered the new capital city of Delhi. Though the assassination bid failed it brought back the spectre of the Ghadr of 1857 and challenged the might of the British Empire. The British Secret Service connected the bomb outr

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The Great Indian Genius Har Dayal

Books by Bhuvan Lall

This is a lost episode of Indian history. Before Bose, much before Nehru and even before Mahatma Gandhi…there was Har Dayal.

On the morning of December 23rd, 1912, a powerful bomb targeted at the Viceroy Lord Hardinge exploded as he entered the new capital city of Delhi. Though the assassination bid failed it brought back the spectre of the Ghadr of 1857 and challenged the might of the British Empire. The British Secret Service connected the bomb

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The Man India Missed the Most

Books by Bhuvan Lall

On an afternoon in the summer of 1944, the British and Japanese warplanes screamed across the peaceful skies dropping death over the dense jungles of Imphal and Kohima along the India Burma border.

On the frontline there was no time for fear.

Half a million men from all corners of the world were locked in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Firmly holding the tricolor, the Indian National Army advanced with the war cry “Delhi Chalo”

Read More... Buy Now Read Sample

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