CONTENTS:- 1. Indira Gandhi: her Charisma and statesmanship. 2. How far Indiraji in the footsteps of Nehru? 3. The experiment of democracy in India very crucial. 4. Indira's win as prime minister (her view on democracy and welfare state). 5. Fourth general elections in 1967 and mid term elections of 1969. 6. Verdict of 1977 elections and a political cyclone. 7. Pre-emergency days and situation in India. 8. Political situation in India from 1967-76: some major events. 9. Movement of Indira Hatao: the grand alliance. 10. Period of emergency and her power of planning. 11. Post emergency and later. 12. After her re-election in Chikmagalur. 13. What will happen to India after 100 years? peoples reaction. 14. Indira Gandhi's contribution to women's cause. 15. A purely personal view of her personality. 16. Indiraji's marriage and family life and her public life. 17. Fine piece of literature-letters to Indira Gandhi. 18. Some attributes to Indiraji's contribution. 19. Indiraji's years of hard endeavour-some selected speeches. 20. Her speeches about India's problems. 21. Indira Gandhi's opinions on some world forums. 22. Indiraji a martyr. 23. End of an era. 24. Conclusion.
He tried to discuss at length the basic concepts of Indian democracy and constitution, so as to give the reader a due to understand the truth behind the anti-Indira propaganda carried out at length, by the Janata rulers. Indira Gandhi could win a landslide victory during, 1980 general elections at a time when she was caricatured as a dictator and this was acclaimed as a success on account of her "Charisma", both by her opponents and her supporters as well. What is the great nobility in her personality? How far could she deliver the goods and could take the country on the right path? He tried to sum up with a touch on the grave problems facing the country and how their solution lies in hard work. How Rajivji tried to bring about changes in Panchayati Raj and how Soniaji is taking the Congress to the poor and deprived.