Sonia Gandhi: An Extraordinary Life, An Indian Destiny

Sonia Gandhi: An Extraordinary Life, An Indian Destiny

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Sonia Gandhi: An Extraordinary Life, An Indian Destiny by Rani Singh

Sonia Gandhi's story represents the greatest transformational journey made by any world leader in the last four decades. Circumstance and tragedy, rather than ambition, paved her path to power. Born into a traditional, middle-class Italian family, Sonia met and fell in love with Rajiv Gandhi, son of future Indian prime minister Indira Gandhi and grandson of Jawaharlal Nehru, while studying English in Cambridge. Cruelly tested by the assassinations of her mother-in-law and of her husband, Sonia grew into a strong, authoritative but always private figure, now president of a coalition ruling over a billion people in the world's largest democracy. Through exclusive interviews with members of Sonia's party, political opponents and family friends, Rani Singh casts new light on Sonia. In the first mainstream biography of this inspirational figure, the author's compelling narrative retraces the path of the brave and beautiful Sonia Gandhi, examining what her life and legacy mean for India.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780230340534
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 09/13/2011
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Rani Singh is a London-based journalist who has worked with BBC television and radio for over 15 years. She is known for her investigative reports and documentaries from India and Pakistan. She commented on the region for CNN and NBC News, and has written for The Observer News Service, The Spectator, Lloyd's List, and The Huffington Post. Rani is an Ambassador for the Prince's Trust, which helps disadvantaged young people.


Rani Singh is a London-based journalist who has worked with BBC television and radio for over 15 years. She is the author of Sonia Gandhi. She is known for her investigative reports and documentaries from India and Pakistan. She commented on the region for CNN and NBC News, and has written for The Observer News Service, The Spectator, Lloyd’s List, and The Huffington Post. Rani is an Ambassador for the Prince’s Trust, which helps disadvantaged young people.

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