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Chanakya's: New Manifesto to Resolve the Crisis within India

Hardcover - 30 January 2013
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Chanakyas New Manifesto: To Resolve theCrisis within India Acclaimed author Pavan K. Varmas new book analyzes themultiple challenges facing the country today and proposes clear andunambiguous solutions to them. Chanakya (c. 270-380 BCE) was classical Indias greatestthinkerand teacher. Through his unparalleled ability to deviseresult-oriented military, political, and administrative strategy, heoverthrew one king, crowned another and paved the way for theestablishment of Indias first great empire. His seminal work, theArthashashtra, arguably the worlds first comprehensive treatiseonstate craft and governance, was written approximately twothousand years before Machiavellis The Prince. What would Chanakya do if confronted with the various crisesthat beset contemporary India? Using this question as the startingpoint for his new book, celebrated writer and thinker Pavan K.Varmahas drawn up a practical and detailed plan, modelled on theArthashashtra, to bring about reform and change in five key areasthat require urgent attention-governance, democracy, corruption, security, and the building of an inclusive society.Whether it is laying the foundation for an independent andeffective Lokpal, ordecriminalizing politics and successfullyweeding out the corrupt, the solutions he proposes are substantive, well within the constitutional framework, and can make all thedifference between intent and action. Chanakyas New Manifesto is both a call to action as well as adeeply insightful account of the challenges facing thecountrytoday. It is a book that should be attentively read byeverybodywith a stake in Indias future. About Author: Pavan K. Varma Pavan K. Varma studied history at St Stephens College, Delhi, andtook a degree in law from Delhi University. He has been presssecretary to the president of India, official spokesman of theForeign Office, director general of the Indian Council for CulturalRelations, and Indias ambassador to B

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