Bharat Aur Uske Virodhabhas by Amartya Sen and Jean Dreze


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After ninety Indian economy has made good progress in terms of growth in GDP. For a country under colonial rule as a low-income economy, it has been a stalemate for centuries and has progressed at a very slow pace for decades, even after independence, it is certainly a major achievement.
But success in achieving high and sustainable growth rate will ultimately be judged by the impact of this economic growth on people’s lives and their freedoms. India has climbed the ladder of economic growth rapidly, but has lagged behind the scale of social indicators of living standards — even compared to the countries from which it has advanced in terms of economic growth.
There are only a few examples in the history of economic growth in the world that a country has been doing rapid economic growth for such a long time and its achievements in terms of human development have been so limited. Given this, a deep analysis of the relationship between economic growth and social progress in India is expected for a long time.
This book describes how intelligence can be effectively used in these interpersonal relationships. Improvement in the standard of living and progress towards their betterment and ultimately economic growth is also dependent on it.
• ‘Elegant and controlled … excellent … new.’ – Ramachandra Guha, Financial Times
• ‘Excellent … with the pen of two of the world’s most experienced and intellectual eyewitnesses.’ —William Delmerple, New Statesman
• ‘Professor Amartya Sen and Jean Dreze make you think with their book … The biggest concern for India should be the increasing inequalities in today’s society.’ – Raghuvir Srinivasan, The Hindu
• ‘A positive book in many ways, which must be read.’ – Ipshita Mitra, The Times of India
• ‘A remarkable combination of philosophical depth, logic of economy, perfection of experience and policy justification … Writing as an intellectual representative of the masses, they seek agitated brains, strong-willed and inspired actions. However, it does not matter the seriousness of his arguments. ”- Ashutosh Varshney, Indian Express
About the Author

Jean Dreze is a visiting professor at Ranchi University. He has also taught at the London School of Economics and Delhi School of Economics. He along with Amartya Sen has written the books ‘Hunger and Public Action’ and ‘India: Development and Participation’. His new book is ‘License and Solidarity: Jholawala Economics for Everyone’.

Amartya Sen teaches economics and philosophy at Harvard University. In 1998, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics. Many of his works include ‘Development as Freedom’, ‘Rationality and Freedom’, ‘The Argumentative Indian’, ‘Identity and Violence’, ‘The Idea of ​​Justice’ and ‘The Country of First Boys’.
Translator: Ashok Kumar
Diploma of Journalism from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication in Delhi after reading the initial text of journalism in Bihar’s 1974 mass movement magazine ‘Tarun Kranti’ and ‘Samagrahava’. Associated with the current Gandhi Shanti Foundation after working in various positions from editor-in-chief to deputy editor in the editorial board of the magazine ‘Dharmayuga’, daily ‘Jansatta’, the magazine ‘India Today Hindi’, ‘India Today Sahitya Varshiki’ and ‘Friday’. Translation and editing of about half a dozen important English books in Hindi.


Product details

Publisher : Rajkamal Prakashan
Language : Hindi
Paperback : 400 pages
ISBN-10 : 9387462234
ISBN-13 : 9789387462236
Item Weight : 330 g
Dimensions : 20 x 14 x 4 cm
Country of Origin : India

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