OUR NATION IS MORE THAN JUST A 'DEVELOPING COUNTRY'. AND YET, WE CURSE OUR COUNTRY AND KEEP CRITICIZING THE SYSTEM WITHOUT REALIZING THAT IT IS EACH ONE OF US THAT CONTRIBUTES TO THE MAKING OF THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE.
Do you listen to your own people criticizing your own country, and get upset about it? Do you realize that it is your responsibility to know and to help others know how great our country is? Do you realize that our nation is way more than a few 'leaders' and 'epic novels'? Do you realize that it is you who makes this nation? Do you see people digging into their mobile games and miss those days when people would go outdoor to play games? Do you take pride in the cultural heritage of your country? Are you proud of your nation?
This book will help you rediscover yourself as a citizen of you nation first, then as a non-judgemental critic, and finally as a responsible person.
'Those Were the Days' will tell you everything you need to know about you country before you distastefully criticize it.
BLURB OF THE BOOK:
"I get frustrated when I hear my own people criticizing India.
I feel sad when I realize that more than half of the Indian population is unaware of what we have achieved in the recent past.
It is unfortunate that we seniors along with the government have jointly failed to make our younger generation know how great this country is. We teach them about Ramayana, Mahabharata and few selected leaders during the independence movement. We name all our new schemes after one or two leaders as if they were the only ones who did everything.
India is more than just few leaders. India has been a movement which assimilates everything which comes into contact with it and it is people who live here who make it happen.
The last fifty years have seen tumultuous changes world over. These have had vibrations in India as well. Let us re-live these years."