Book Review: Chanakya’s New Manifesto by Pavan K. Varma

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This is not a book one would read over night and forget but a book that is to ‘Think & Ponder’, ‘Understand & contemplate’, ‘Debate & discuss’ and most importantly act upon it as it proposes a well analyzed comprehensive blueprint for mostly systemic changes India desperately needs to not just become a superpower but to survive as well.

The crisis is Systemic and, therefore, it needs a systemic response.” — Page 31

Our humble author Pavan K. Verma has clarified that the blueprint is meant for debate not a final verdict. And the book is written with urgency and humility, it does not claim to have a monopoly on the truth and this book is written without any ulterior agenda but for India’s betterment.

The book is well researched and it is definitely going to become a treasure for youngsters (aged between 15 and 35), which captivates to understand the functioning of the country. The author has used economic figures and data not only of India but of other nations as well to explain every crisis within India in extensive detail and presented a blueprint for change. So a question may raise in your minds, why read this book when you read a newspaper daily or stick with a business news channel? Well from 1947 to 2012, whatever happened systemically, its impact on the nation as a whole, facts and figures and most importantly the solution on the basis of Arthasasthra written by a world’s most incisive thinker and scholar Chanakya around 200 years ago, is there is these 248 pages which I think one will hardly find anywhere else…

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