The Oblivion:

Are you an Indian, who is thinking that India doesn’t have any hope left in the politics?

Do you feel this country doesn’t have any value about the “Human Existence” because of the bad Governance since 1947?

Does the Constitution of India is dividing our people in terms of “Casteism” and “Reservation”?

Do you feel bad for the corruption, social negligence, VVIP culture by political parties?

Is there any resolve for, the Article 370 of the Indian Constitution? 

Open any Indian News Media right now, you will find all these subjects are keeping on debating over and over without any solutions. It is creating high tension among the young stars of this country. A darkness capturing their mind & brain, making them feel insecure and frightened to deal with the important issues in life.

An Age of Darkness has been raised since 1947 when a new political class took over the power and soon become the God-head in this country. They designed a big bang theory of confusion while established an awkward Constitution which allowed special advantages to some category of people and few citizens living in the specific part of India. A dystopic world they have offered today to live in the eclipse.


A Book about the Indian Future in the Politics, “The Four Patriots” by Sumit Agarwal, IIT-K Graduate

About the Book:

Here is a book, that dealt with the mountain of problems our country standing today – the Constitution, corruption, fundamental education, terrorism, bad governance, legal scenario, taxation, and the Olympic Games, etc.


“The Four Patriots”, a group of avoided, humiliated and helpless ‘Bright Young Minds’ who realized that to bring change, you should become the part of inside the system.

“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” – Mr. Robot 

I am thinking, the above quote is very accurate to describe these “four patriots” who raised their fictional voice and stand against the corruption to correct the failing Indian governance.

They believed that ” इस देश का बहुत कुछ हो सकता .”  

This book is a worth read to understand our problems in the country and perhaps, some of the possible solutions. The plots are very visual and cinematic. I highly recommend this book for every young reader living in this country to become a part of this revolution started by the four characters in the book. Varun, an NRI Software Engineer; Salman, CEO of A Group of Coffee Store business; Raghav, who involves in the politics; Aditya, another businessman, and social reformer. The four of their stories begin with their love, personal life, and dreams. Which take shape becoming the responsible Citizen and reform the future of this country.

I am not going in detail of the inside story in this short review. I guess if you are a real patriot and reading this blog article, you may have already sensed the importance of the subject discussed here. I thank the author for sending me a copy of the book in the return of an honest review. I congratulate, IITian Mr. Sumit Agarwal for his high thinking and vision of a “Bright India”.

Always love,

Vikram Roy


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2 responses »

  1. Iowa Life says:

    Reblogged this on Iowa Independents Blog and commented:
    “… which allowed special advantages to some category of people and few citizens living in the specific part of India.” This author from India could just have easily been describing the corruption that is organic to the United States of America.

  2. gigoid says:

    Sounds like a good read; I’ll look for a copy. I would point out, re: the comment from Iowa Life, the entire world is in a dystopic state, exactly the same as in India….

    Re: the quote: “The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.” – Mr. Robot

    Actually, Albert Einstein made that statement sometime in the 1950’s….

    Thanks for the referral; I can always enjoy a good book….


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