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Between You and Me by Atul Khanna | Book Review

There’s something about this kind of books that I keep going towards them every now and then. Maybe it’s the need to read a reflection of reality or maybe it’s the desire to dig deeper into the society I’m living in. Anyhow, I hardly come back regretting any such reads.

Atul Khanna covers a lot, from the everyday problems of an Indian citizen to politicians and everything in-between. We get to know about our Economy, the changes in people’s lives due to actions at the grander scale. How politicians and economy map out the society we live in and also, how is it all evolving over time.

Honestly, I wasn’t sure if the book would be able to keep me hooked into it, though I’m glad that my assumption was proven wrong thanks to the integration of the topics discussed and their connection with our lives was a healthy addition too.

The creator examines in insight regarding the holes in the present framework on every single office and arrangement required to patch up the equivalent and top off the holes in the most ideal way. There are additionally talks around the ascent of a couple of national pioneers like Dr B.R. Ambedkar, Sardar Vallabhai Patel, Indira Gandhi and some more. He centres around their commitment to improving India as a country and calling attention to their blemishes which influenced the country’s advancement. I came to think about numerous certainties which were obscure to me.

I truly acknowledge feeling and mindset or we can say the point of view of the writer and we greater part individuals should peruse and grow such to get change our nation. This is one such book that many of you may enjoy reading, if you think that’s true, get a copy here.


Indie Author, Blogger & Journalist

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