This memoir of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is an exhaustive and striking portrayal of his exceptional commitment to Mahatma Gandhi's battle for India's opportunity. Frequently called the 'Iron Man of India', he fabricated the party machine through inconvenience of severe discipline, and as party chief, he administered and coordinated the working of the Congress services post-1937 commonplace races. Patel's post-1945 job concerned India's opportunity, and furthermore denoted his developing thwarted expectation with his own party in the disappointment of the Cabinet Mission conferences. He needed to keep Jinnah exposed to the harsh elements of reality however was outsmarted by Wavell who got the Muslim League into the bureau as an equivalent with the Congress. Understanding that assembled India had turned into an incomprehensible thought and the nation confronted disarray and complete crumbling, Patel transcended all thought to save and combine what might be left of India after Partition. The historical backdrop of the Gandhian time can't be as expected comprehended except if Patel is valued for what he did and accomplished for India. This book is an endeavor to fill that hole.