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Chanakya's View: Understanding India in Transition


• Is Hinduism the exclusive preserve of the most strident groups? • Are the elites of ‘Lutyen’s Delhi’ stuck in a time warp? • Should India call Pakistan’s bluff and brand it an enemy nation? • Why do MPs disrupt parliament and waste the taxpayers’ money? • Why shouldn’t a grand Ram temple be built in Ayodhya? • Why is India’s foreign policy more ad-hocism and less strategy? In Chanakya’s View: Understanding India in Transition, Pavan K. Varma, best-selling author of Adi Shankaracharya: Hinduism’s Greatest Thinker, analyses the challenges that India faces today. In a minute and frank critique, he points to behavioural change as the need of the hour: Indians need to respect institutions, shun intolerance, accommodate dissent, follow strategic diplomacy and increase their moral quotient. At once a celebration of India and an appraisal of it, Chanakya’s View is a roadmap to making the republic a truly great one. One of India’s foremost public intellectuals, and also a politician, Varma firmly believes that India will sustain owing to its great civilisational heritage and the strength of its people. As a committed admirer of the great strategist Chanakaya, he is convinced that these years of transition will ultimately lead to a maturation worthy of the world’s largest democracy. 

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Title Chanakya's View: Understanding India in Transition
Format Hardcover
Date published: 09.08.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Tranquebar Press
Language: English
isbn 9789388689526
length 352p.