The Dawn – Marathon Race to Achhe Din – Part 1

"The Dawn" is the first book of the 5-part series called 'Marathon Race To Acche Din' - a series that will reflect the author's perspective on each of the 5 years of the National Democratic Alliance (II) Government under the leadership of Narendra Modi the 15th Prime Minister of Independent India. The focus in this series is solely on Narendra Modi, his policies and his style of governance. The Prime Minister, Narendra Damodar Das Modi had promised "Acche Din" (good days) to India during the General Election campaigns in 2014. The result of this Marathon Race to Acche Din is still awaited as to see whether it will be a reality or just a tall promise. The first year of achhe din is the Dawn, the second year would be the Morning, the third year will be the Afternoon, the fourth year the Evening and the Dusk will be the final and the last year of the NDA (II) Government under the leadership of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister.

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3 thoughts on “The Dawn – Marathon Race to Achhe Din – Part 1

  1. This book is at its best with the record that it offers. You can understand the politics in India in the terms of pre and post the 2014 general election. Phidalia has created a kind of composed analytical narrative of the events which led to the rise of NaMo and also throws lights on the challenges which lay on his way.. Great book !

    1. Thank you so much. We believe our other books called The Dawn(Marathon Race to Achhe Din part 1) and The Morning(Marathon Race to Achhe Din part 2) would delight you. Hoping to get more feedback from you. Thank you.

  2. With 22 chapters, the book tries to guide the reader according to the turn of events as they unfold from the run-up to the Elections in 2014 to the end of the first year of the Modi Sarkar. It is interesting to note that the author has tried to enter into the psyche of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Chapter 15 (Modi’s Tears). While it is to be seen whether she has accurately gauged his sentiments, it is left to her fan (PM Narendra Modi) to vindicate her speculations. The chapters on Modi obviously betray the author’s admiration and sense of respect for Modi. This becomes more visible in the chapter “Hindutva versus Moditva” where the author puts her faith in Prime Minister Modi that he would administer justice to the citizens of India without any bias or partisanship. An interesting read, the book, as the title says, is just “The Dawn” of Modi Sarkar. So let us wait and watch as the sun rises across the horizon.

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