Politics is seen as a dirty word. But, for a rising young country, it is imperative that the youth look at politics with a new eye. In The Young and The Restless, Gurmehar Kaur highlights the link between youth and politics in India, through detailed interviews with young politicians.
The impeding elections in the second quarter of this year seem to have (rightly so) motivated the release of several books discussing Indian politics and politicians. Didi: The Untold Mamata Banerjee by Shutapa Paul follows this trend and is interesting just like the protagonist herself.
This book seeks to explore the evolution of the RSS against the backdrop of a changing India. Peppered with personal observations, independent research and case studies, it illuminates the agility of the Sangh and the challenges that lie in store.