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This fight of ours will take us but I thought our ideas should be permanently etched in history as a book I want to write about the inherent contradictions of Indian society through my personal experiences and to reveal the hopes despair and struggles of the youth of this country” says Kanhaiya Kumar“This will be a defining book of our times Kanhaiya’s is a voice that everyone should hear and we at Juggernaut are very proud to bring it to the widest possible readership” says Chiki Sarkar. Rating 455Since the JNU incident took as one of the most debated issues in the country I have been keen on knowing everything and about everyone who was highlighted by medias and especially Mr Kanhaiya KumarI must say this Book has great stuff in understanding in and out about Mr Kanhaiya as well as the JNU issue and also the story of a boy who made his way to the capital of IndiaMr Kanhaiya story is not unusual if you are one among the millions of Kanahaiya in this country The Incidents he narrated about his childhood family his village is full of struggle and definitely struck the chord within usWhat I loved most about this Book is; How Mr kanhaiya relates his story to a larger base of the country The understanding of this complex Indian society with this childlike mentality definitely touching and it's indeed true to the fullestThe only downside about this Book is that it loses its grip over translation from Hindi Even without reading the reader can sense thatRead it for enlightening yourself with a dose of real India

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From Bihar to TiharNo one has made uite such an electrifying political debut in India in recent history In March 2016 Kanhaiya Kumar the president of the JNU Students Union was arrested on charges of sedition locked up in Tihar Jail and beaten up by lawyers in Patiala House court He came out of the crisis as a young political star dubbed by the BBC as 'India's most loved and loathed student' This is his story from his childhood in rural Bihar college days in Patna to his political coming of age in Delhi And it is. His writing depict the actual problem in India Generally we polish our egos by saying that India is a Holy Country Countries aren't holy people who live in and nurture its freedom make it holy In the current situation we are all living in an open jail We are scared in our own houses we are scared of going out in the night we are scared to talk where to talk and how our opinions will be manipulated We feel insecure and yet on 15th august every year we congratulate each other and Say Happy Independence We have forgotten what independence means what it true independence is what we need to discover now It is lost in divisive religions and dirty politics of this country Human values and euality needs to be defined again and restructured for a free India for a free world Kanhaiya in page 39 says one must compare with oneself There can be no real competition between two different individuals as their situations and opportunities can't be similar He is a little boy then studying in school and trying to be the best that he can be It's time to make situations and opportunities eual for all Indians and in the whole world

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Summary ↠ From Bihar to Tihar ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ´ No one has made uite such an electrifying political debut in India in recent history In March 2016 Kanhaiya Kumar the president of the JNU Students Union was arrested on charges of sedition locked up in Tihar Jail and beaten up by lawyers in Patiala HTold in his extraordinary voice colourful witty elouent and raw From Bihar to Tihar is the story of a young political star in the making and a rare window into the lives of small town young Indians and their aspirationsThe story of Kanhaiya’s incredible journey from a village school his deepening involvement in student politics his controversial arrest on charges of sedition and its aftermath“Bhagat Singh had said it is easy to kill individuals but you cannot kill ideas I don’t know where. All they want to know is why their rights are being taken away But the police and government treat them like their enemiesIt is a strange paradox The government talks elouently of vasudhaiva kutumbakam—the world is one family And at the same time they brutally beat up their own peopleThat was written in 2015 Forget phony cries of anti nationalism Anti democracy is what is really happening