Tripuramba Biography by Amish Tripathi is a journey of a typical Indian male from the North, who was known for his rebellious nature and for being a bachelor. Amish Tripathi takes us back in time to reveal the inner workings of an ordinary man. Tripuramba is one of the most interesting Indian biographies as it depicts a typical character that we usually meet in our daily lives. The focus of this book is on his education and his rise to prominence in government.
Tripuramba Biography starts with the story of how Tripuramba was brought up as a Brahmin in the hereditary Brahmin family of the Rashtrakutari clan. The surname’Tripuramba’ was given by his great grandfather after he was converted to Buddhism and attended the Buddhist monastic school in Tripura. It was here that Tripuramba first began to understand about life in India and the need for self-rule and independence. It was then that he decided to go to Delhi and pursue a career in medicine.
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The story of Tripuramba’s rise to prominence in the RSS and Rashtrakutari clan is told in this biographical book. After studying in Delhi he joined the RSS and became a regional cadre. There is a brief account about the internal politics of the RSS in India. Towards the end of his service in the RSS he decided to switch over to the Rashtrakutari side and joined the expeditionary force. One of the interesting episodes is when he refused to accept retirement and choose instead to go on a four-year term in exile in Nepal.
Tripuramba has three volumes of his memoirs to his credit, the first volume being written while in exile. The second volume details his consolidation of his position in the RSS. He was deployed to the Western Region, where he served as a regional head. The third and last book in his series chronicles his return to India after the Second World War. In all these volumes Tripuramba describes the changing political and social conditions in Tripura including the role of the Naxals and other Brahmins who rose against the British. At the end of the book he gives a detailed account of his retirement and how he spent his time in Delhi.
Tripuramba is an introspective writer unlike many other biographies which present a more celebratory perspective. The author does not dwell on the size of the village, the material culture of Tripura or the social hierarchy of the community. Rather, the focus is on the journey of Tripuramba throughout his life. It is therefore interesting to read his view of India and his appraisal of the culture. There is no one who can match the depth of scholarship that Tripuramba woven into his writing.
One can only hope that more writers would pay attention to this small fishing town in the east Indian state of Tripura and describe its unique culture and social milieu. The writer has done a remarkable job of compiling a life that was so little known outside India. One can only hope that more efforts like these will be undertaken in future.