What Young India Wants: Selected Non - Fiction by Chetan Bhagat
Penned by one of the most famous bestselling author of India, Chetan Bhagat, ‘What India Wants’ is Bhagat’s maiden foray into the world of non-fiction literature.
Based on his experience as a motivational speaker and a writer, Bhagat tries to analyse the current socio-political scenario in the country and tries to analyse different situations and crises, for which he even attempts to offer some solutions.
Known for his deep understanding of aspiring young Indians, Chetan Bhagat in this book, beyond doing a methodical analysis of problems confronting youngsters, is blunt about the solutions that need to be worked out. He also addresses them with difficult approaches that need to be taken so as to realise their dreams as well as that of the nation.
In the last chapter, titled ‘Unless we are all in agreement on what it is going to take to make our country better, how will things ever change?’ the author in clear terms advocates a consensual approach backed by hard work to bring about the change that all of us desire.
Published by Rupa Publications in 2014, this book is available in paperback.About the author:
Chetan Bhagat is an Indian author, columnist and screenwriter, who is popularly known for his English-language novels, mostly based on the lives of young and upwardly mobile urban middle class citizens. Bhagat's novels have sold over seven million copies and in 2008, The New York Times quoted Bhagat as ""the biggest selling English language novelist in India’s history.
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