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Making India One

Making India One

(Penguin Petit)

Ram Puniyani
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Existing in a universe that can speak in multiple voices, even as we witness its shrinking edges closing in on us’ – is this what it’s like to live in India today?

India is ‘progressing’ through oppression, silencing voices, redefining identities and rewriting history as it sees fit. Instead of coming closer to the rest of the world in the digital age, are we shutting doors – in the face of ideas and people?

Read on, as Ram Puniyani, Amrith Lal, Anish Ahluwalia and Shyam Saran write about the Indian experience in the context of a country that doesn’t seem to value its cultural diversity any more.

Imprint: Penguin

Published: Aug/2017

Length : 10 Pages

MRP : ₹15.00

Making India One

(Penguin Petit)

Ram Puniyani

Existing in a universe that can speak in multiple voices, even as we witness its shrinking edges closing in on us’ – is this what it’s like to live in India today?

India is ‘progressing’ through oppression, silencing voices, redefining identities and rewriting history as it sees fit. Instead of coming closer to the rest of the world in the digital age, are we shutting doors – in the face of ideas and people?

Read on, as Ram Puniyani, Amrith Lal, Anish Ahluwalia and Shyam Saran write about the Indian experience in the context of a country that doesn’t seem to value its cultural diversity any more.

Select Preferred Format

Ram Puniyani

RAM PUNIYANI is currently the chairman at the Centre for Study of Society and Secularism, Mumbai, and was a professor of biomedical engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai. He has been involved in the field of human rights, workers’ rights and various secular and democratic initiatives for the past two decades. His publications include Fascism of Sangh Parivar, The Other Cheek: Minorities under Threat and Communal Politics: An Illustrated Primer.