Roses In December: An Autobiography, originally published in 1973, is the autobiography of Mahommedali Currim Chagla, who was the Chief Justice of the Bombay High Court from 1948 to 1958. Roses In December: An Autobiography takes readers into the life of this great personality, while covering the unfolding of Indian history. The author was a member of the Muslim League, and was a follower of Jinnah. However, once he learnt that Jinnah wanted a separate country, Chagla decided to part ways. He founded the Muslim Nationalist Party in Bombay to continue working for India’s freedom. The book also brings to light the Emergency that was imposed by Indira Gandhi in 1975. Chagla gave a famous speech while inaugurating the All India Civil Liberties Conference in Ahmedabad, in which he opposed the Indian Emergency. Readers will also come across topics like Kashmir, the Parliament of India, Indian PMs and Presidents, and more.