This book studies some important changes which have drawn the attention of the world. One such change is democratic form of government which has survived more than 60 years.
The second change which has assumed tremendous importance is economic development. The rate of growth in India has even approached more than 8 per cent per year even when some of the developed countries are struggling to attain 3 or 4 per cent per year after the recession of 2007 to 2008.
The third question is international relation-how does liberalization and Globalisation affect the people? Whether have they improved the economy or distorted the economy? Whether as a result of this change, is there convergence between North and South or is there integration? How do they influence public sector or private sector?
These issues are examined in the book along with social, political, economic d8iversity to unravel the puzzle that has far so long confronted scholars and citizens is wide, the central theme of the book is how India can progress towards the realization of what Huxley has called the fulfillment of a society based not on power and exploitation, but on scientific knowledge, decent standard of living, humanism and humaneness.