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Think with Me Paperback – 10 Nov 2016
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About the Author
Subrata Roy Sahara [born 1948] popularly known as 'Saharasri', is one of the most successful and talked about figures of corporate India. When he laid the foundation of Sahara India Pariwar in 1978 with a capital of `2,000 (about US$32) and 3 workers, who would have imagined his company’s meteoric rise to an asset base (both movable and immovable assets) worth `1,73,000 crore (about US$26 billion) within a span of just thirty–eight years!
Think with Me: Fundamentals for making our country ideal, is his second book in the ‘Thoughts from Tihar’ trilogy. The first book ‘Life Mantras’ was a National Bestseller after its launch in February 2016. The book secured the No. 1 position twice in the non-fiction genre and also remained in the top 5 best-selling books across India for 7 continuous weeks. A teacher, guide and a proud guardian to his over 1.2 million fellow workers, he ascribes his success to his philosophy of ‘Collective Materialism’ which means continuous collective growth for collective sharing and caring.
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It is a common habit of people in our society to find faults in everything from condition of roads, education system, population, governance and even how sports are played on field.
Every one is a know all and a preacher. Most of us have many solutions to all the problems that exist in our country but when it comes to following rules, even the simplest rule of wearing a helmet and sticking to the lane while driving are ignored. If after that we are stuck in a traffic jam or somebody dies we blame it on ill-governance by city authorities, on police department for being lax and so on and so forth....Point is nobody stands up to say it was wrong to not follow rules!
I feel this book is of same temperament. This book is divided into 5 sections of 1) Electoral 2)System and Leadership, 3)Population, 4)Education System, 5)Media and Religion.
Each segment is further dealt with in detail but the author goes on to tell what all is wrong with various systems. He has mentioned throughout the book " I can personally guide the method". The author comments 'sick mentality' of poor people because they bear more children with the aim of earning more. He goes on to say this and that should be done for population control.
I agree that the problems that he has discussed are real and need a revolution. However I have a limited scope of improving the system and I do that by following rules, by being tolerant and friendly with people of other faiths, by teaching my child that the country should come first...I am vary of preachers though.
I can say fine book justification
I got this book from @Writersmelon
I thank them for giving me opportunity to read this book
The book is divided into five main parts i.e. Electoral system and leadership, Population, Education system, Media and Religion of India. Each and every chapter gives an eye opening revelation of our Indian system also suggestions being provided by the author, which are according to my view some are very much needed like that of education system and sometimes I disagree with the author like that of religion matter.
In electoral system and leadership, our voting system it’s pros and cons being discussed and in leadership, what we expect from our leader being easily discussed by the author. Further I don’t want to revel about other chapters but one of best chapter is about education system where transformation is much needed from grassroots level and I highly agree with the author.
What I liked is the cover of the book where Indian flag is being drawn under the word our country; also book is very clean without any typo mistakes, writing style of the author is very simple and easy to understand. If you have read this book you will know that Subrata roy is very patriotic person and he needs change for the progress of India.
I recommend this book to those who loves to read on politics and also to politicians, for the progress of India.
**I received a copy from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review**
Think with Me is a non-fiction which talks about some of the issues prevalent in our country. Being an Indian, we all are well aware that India is a developing country and the developing state of India needs a fast pace in order to overcome the current situation. There are some issues which are known to all- just known! We seldom try to know the real side of the problems; or rather we try to ignore them because we’re satisfied with what we have. So, there arise a need to spread awareness about the common issues which are often discussed with no intention to deeply ponder upon it.
The book is divided into 5 parts-
Electoral System & Leadership
The 1st part throws some light on Leadership and discusses about moral and immoral values. The major discussion revolves around ‘emotional sphere’ of the people.
In the 2nd part, the author presents the statistics on population, birth-rate etc. A related concept has also been introduced along with author’s opinion/comments on the same.
This part talks about the educational system in brief, about what it means to be educated in real sense. It also explains the difference between being literate and being educated.
It covers the impact of media, role of newspaper etc.
The 5th and the last part of the book talks about the real meaning of religion, relation between religion and duty, national religion etc.
The cover is appealing and compliments the title of the book. The bind quality is superior. The language is lucid and easy to understand. Though the content is well structured, it felt that opinions and ideas are limited to author’s perception. Besides this, there are some unrealistic solutions discussed by the author which are not backed up by a strong reasoning. Overall it’s a quick read and one can finish it in a single sitting.
Lines from the book-
# ‘A good teacher is the one who himself is well taught.’
# ‘A person is fearless only if he has a fear of self.’
# Giving importance to rituals over religion is just like a person dressed in army uniform, saluting all the time and not going to battle.
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