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The End of India

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In The End of India, Khushwant Singh expresses his sheer rage at the situation of India in his time and in the not-so-distant past. Khushwant Singh thought that the nation was coming to an end after he witnessed the violence of the Partition, over half a century ago. He believed he had seen the worst, until the last few years which made him realize that the worst was still not over. He analyzes the communal riots in Gujarat in 2002 and the anti-Sikh riots of 1984. He also scrutinizes the burning of Graham Staines and his sons and the targeted killings by terrorists in Punjab and Kashmir. He examines the absolute corruption of religion in India and communal politics. With the help of several examples such as the insurgencies in Kashmir and the North-East, Naxalite movement, and caste wars in Bihar the author proves that Indians are obsessed with caste and regional and racial identity which has crippled the nation’s growth and development. The End of India will make for an informative and interesting read for all Khushwant Singh fans.

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In The End of India, Khushwant Singh expresses his sheer rage at the situation of India in his time and in the not-so-distant past. Khushwant Singh thought that the nation was coming to an end after he witnessed the violence of the Partition, over half a century ago. He believed he had seen the worst, until the last few years which made him realize that the worst was still not over. He analyzes the communal riots in Gujarat in 2002 and the anti-Sikh riots of 1984. He also scrutinizes the burning of Graham Staines and his sons and the targeted killings by terrorists in Punjab and Kashmir. He examines the absolute corruption of religion in India and communal politics. With the help of several examples such as the insurgencies in Kashmir and the North-East, Naxalite movement, and caste wars in Bihar the author proves that Indians are obsessed with caste and regional and racial identity which has crippled the nation’s growth and development. The End of India will make for an informative and interesting read for all Khushwant Singh fans.
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Title The End of India Height
Khushwant Singh Width
ISBN-13 9780143029946 Binding Hardcover
ISBN-10 0143029940 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 163
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