The early years of the nineteen nineties saw India being convulsed by civil turmoil in the wake of the demolition of Babri Masjid and the rise of religious fundamentalism. On the anvil of that national calamity was forged the writing career of the author - through the means of letters to editors of newspapers. The issues covered here in these letters range from the Ayodhya crisis to the intricacies of saree wear to linguistic chauvinism. Even where you do not agree with the author on particular issues of national importance, you will agree here is an author who is utterly original and refreshingly honest in the views he brings to bear on the issues at hand. The personal exchanges he had with famous celebrities also appear in the pages of this book.
The author's blog appears at vgraokhy.blogspot.com
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