It was eye opening!
31 July, 2013
Farmers are the back bone of our sophisticated urbanized society. They work hard from dawn to mid night to let us live with Comfort, bear clean cloths, and proud us on our earnings. And, in return urban India looks at rural India with much of irritation and hatred feelings. In between, the policy stands for earning maximum votes for the policy makers and while leaving many stones unturned.
This is what “Shoes of the Dead’ tells us in a simple, relatable, and fluid style of fiction. The composition of the facts with excellent storyline makes it an interesting fiction based on Indian politics. There is media, especially the brighter side of, an agile politician, his plans of bequeathing his political stature to his own son and so to his grandsons. Further, there is a party called Democratic Party, which makes no controversies at all. So, the book gets an easy way to reach in the hands of potential readers. It throws light on social development schemes of our governments, no matter who head them. It also provides a short preview of rural banking system and operation of credit schemes.
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