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You are never too late to catch up with the current affairs. With the non-fiction biography of the eminent politician Narendra Modi, Kingshuk Nag guides you through the journey of his early life till the spot light of the day. The unbiased political biography is well written covering all the important aspects of his life.
The detailed accounts of the Gujarat riots in 2002, which Nag reported as the resident editor of The Times of India in Ahmadabad, the incident of Gujarat State Petroleum Corp, the stand of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and L.K. Advani. Nag has paved a clear picture as how Modi had fought on each rung of the ladder to achieve this position today. This biography is the product of his detailed and thorough research- from his childhood NCC to till date’s twitter updates.
It is indeed an alluring sight as how a tea vendor’s son who was just a mere member of Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh quarters rose to the level of Prime Ministreal candidate of India. It is indeed admiring to know how he has captivated
the attention of all the biggest business tycoons of India and other countries as well. One must accept his dedication and hard work that paved his path for his political success.
The author also uses his insight into business chamber politics to trace how Modi gravitated towards FICCI and never quite made up with CII. Nag weaves an interesting account of NaMo’s dedication and intelligence to have been touted as
a Prime Ministerial candidate. The book merely aims at providing mere facts and reasons and not consumed by abject hate or admiration.
Be it the Nano Deal or the Vibrant Gujarat movement or the VHP rally, one must agree that Narendra Modi has his way of getting things done. Nag, in his third book has been quite impartial and has made the reader understood once again that Leaders are born and not made. His novel enables the reader to form an opinion and is quite un biased opinion of the Rising Nation.
Overall Rating: 6.5/10
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