India is rapidly becoming the world’s largest flailing democracy. India’s institutional framework has been systematically undermined, from within and without. We are excited to present Rethinking India: The Great Indian Manthan – State, Statecraft, and the Republic, an innovative exploration of India’s evolving democracy and a visionary blueprint for the nation’s future.
In the tenth volume of the Rethinking India series, some of India’s most eminent persons fromSonia Gandhi, Margaret Alva, Hamid Ansari to Mallikarjun Kharge write of how we can think of re-engineering India’s hardware (redressing structural flaws in India’s existing institutions, creating new institutions equipped to address fresh challenges and re-engaging all of India’s systems), as well as ensuring progressive forces radically re-invent their political strategies and operational methodologies to socialize Indians to constitutional values.
In the midst of India’s political evolution, this game-changing book emerges to challenge the norm and spark a dialogue that captivates the nation. “Rethinking India: The Great Indian Manthan” confronts critical issues head-on and offers a fresh perspective on India’s socio-economic and political landscape.
This book is for those who want to understand India’s democracy, contribute to its future, and rethink its direction. As the 2024 election approaches, Rethinking India The Great Indian Manthan is an essential guide to India’s transformational journey.
Gurdeep Singh Sappal is an Indian politician associated with the Indian National Congress, serving as a permanent member of the Congress Working Committee, the party’s highest decision-making body. He also oversees administrative affairs at the All India Congress Committee.
Pashparaj Deshpande, an alumnus of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and Oxford University, is the director of the Samruddha Bharat Foundation.