What Young India Is Reading?

What Young India Is Reading?

Young India is becoming reading India.Lots of youth are joining the book clubs and taking memberships on libraries.India s book market, currently worth Rs 261 billion making it the sixth largest in the world and is expected to touch Rs 739 billion says  Nielson India book market report 2015.

Here are two books which are trending and I would like to recommend them to Indian youth especially who want to join Indian politics.

Left Right and Centre: the idea of India.

Written by a prominent journalist Nidhi Razdan who is a Kashmiri Pandit elaborate the Idea of India with the help of many other prominent Indians.In the introduction, she recalls her childhood life in Kashmir and then shares the experiences as a reporter while reporting in Kashmir.There are other articles written by Shashi Tharoor, Shabana Azami, Pratap Bhanu Mehta Mukul Kesavan, and Shah Faisal.They all explore the idea of India as an ancient culture and a country of Hindu Muslim unity but not of fundamentalism.By reading this you will feel more connected with the country.

Click on link to grab your copy Left, Right, and Centre: The Idea of India



Indira: India s most powerful prime minister.

Written by Sagarika Ghose its latest biographical sketch of the Iron lady of India.Even though it created some controversy but still a good read for those who want to know the great Indian lady prime minister.The writer created a lot of debate about most powerful PM  in the country, in the time when Narendra Modi as a prime minister is the most powerful leader.By reading this you will come to know why she is still most powerful PM till now.

To get your copy click on the link.Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister

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Author: Praamod yogiraj

RoyalMonk Praamod yogiraj is a proud Indian roaming all around the country and interacting with youths and discussing sprituality, yoga and all other topics especially about contemporary politics.

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