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BRICK-KILN LABOUR-In Poverty and Bondage

BRICK-KILN LABOUR In Poverty and Bondage Amiya Rao IN "Eternal India", a volume richly illustrated with pictures of India's flora, fauna, mountains, rivers and happy and carefree men, women and children, Indira Gandhi has made a very important statement. She has found that "poverty has not soured the Indian; it has chastened him with a spirit of acceptance which is very different from resignation. There is no despair. On the contrary, he has learnt to feel and create beauty in the most adverse condition...". Indira Gandhi has never

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