What Young India Wants is a book that teaches you how you have to choose to become a part of your own experience in a place where we seem to be mere puppets at the hands of people who are the authorities who seem to be commanding every little action of ours, as a being trying to make something out of my life, as beings trying to get in tune with living. Chetan Bhagat has come up with a book that shows you how you can balance and maintain your ideologies and your principles with the harsh external reality of ill-governance and democracy in bad-faith. The author asks some really difficult questions to the readers as they turn to face it. And this book is for the young as they stand at the brink of a new world order dawning where business aspirations are driven from our value system. And most notably where considerations for all are a primary objective.
The rising number of student suicides, the rising helplessness at the face of corruption, and the blaming of the political outfits and the various changes that India seeks on its way to become better. And how it is time to have a broader sense of responsibility and a broader sense of belonging to the country and the world as a whole. The author who is known to deliver hits in fiction is out with a non-fiction novel, a book that promises to be any eye-opener for the young and the old alike, to whoever, who does not mind the concerns of growing together as a race. Some of the complex issues have been simplified through the understanding of the author and how the different implications of our attitude does the maximum good or damage to our world.
What Young India Wants is a book that will hone a holistic attitude in you regarding the various differences that we have with the government and more widely the status quo. In order for things to change one should understand that they are a part of the system by birth and not by choice and that it is their obligation to think about a wide and universal nature of reality that encompasses every thing that we encounter. The hurt, the angst and the pain are all meaningless if they don't push us over ourselves, as these things provide us an opportunity to make a difference without compromising on any of the righteous values that guard and protect our psychic selves. And the book will be put to use if you really modulate your living for a greater cause, a cause which runs deeper than your dream graduation and your dream car and home. A cause that will help us separate the dust from our souls, as members of this young nation where most of the population is still forming their understanding of reality.
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