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India Becoming A Journey through a Changing Landscape by Akash Kapur
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it was amazing

The book is a appreciative/critical take on the situation that India is in today from a point of view of a person who spent majority of his life in India, considerable part in the West, returning back again in search of social stability and career opportunities at the same time.
In this book, Akash Kapur takes very basic examples some heavy and to a point depressing to empathise the nature of growth in India is closer to the phrase "All that glitters is not gold".
The book raises several aspects that contribute to Indian growth as well as its depredation; many political, some social and economical. Akash describes India's advent as a 'roller-coaster' ride that might be in full-throttle and is exciting but at the same time seems to have lost its control.
"The first step to solving a problem is realising there is one". Maybe through his words, Akash tries to wake up his fellow citizens and realise the nature of country's development and act accordingly.
Beautifully put forward! A must read for every individual who seeks/is contributing in the country's future.

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January 27, 2016 – Shelved

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