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Indian Renaissance: India's Rise After a Thousand Years of Decline India S Recent Economic Performance Has Attracted World Attention But The Country Is Re Awakening Not Just As An Economy But As A Civilization After A Thousand Years Of The Decline, It Now Has A Genuine Opportunity To Re Establish Itself As A Major Global PowerIn The Indian Renaissance, The Author, Sanjeev Sanyal, Looks At The Processes That Led To Ten Centuries Of Fossilization And Then At The Powerful Economic And Social Forces That Are Now Working Together To Transform India Beyond Recognition These Range From Demographic Shifts To Rising Literacy Levels, But The Most Important Revolution Has Been The Opening Of Mind And The Changed Attitude Towards Innovation And RiskThis Book Is About How India Found Itself At This Historic Juncture, The Obstacles That It Still Needs To Negotiate And The Future That It May Enjoy The Author Tells The Story From The Perspective Of The New Generation Of Indians Who Have Emerged From This Great Period Of Change Published And Distributed Worldwide By World Scientific Publishing Co Except India, UK And North America Contents Waiting For A Thousand YearsFrom Independence To FreedomThe Entrepreneurial ExplosionThe Great Indian Middle Class And Its Limitations Poverty, Inequality And The Last Bastion Of ControlThe Two RevolutionsThe Importance Of Institutional ReformHow India Will ChangeIs India S Rise Inevitable Readership General Readers Interested In India, Its History, Its Current Resurgence And Long Term Future

About the Author: Sanjeev Sanyal

Sanjeev Sanyal is an economist, urban theorist and writer He grew up in Sikkim, Kolkata and Delhi before heading off to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar He spent the tumultuous summer of 1993 in South Africa as it transitioned from apartheid, and then extensively travelled through Guatemala as it emerged from civil war These experiences made him a keen observer of rapidly changing societies, an interest that reflects in many of his varied writings.Sanjeev spent most of his adult life battling international financial markets, a few years in Mumbai and many in Singapore One day in 2008, mostly on a whim, he decided to move back to India and travel all over the country with his family This resulted in his hugely popular second book, Land of the Seven Rivers Then in 2011, again for no particular reason, he went back to finance and took up a role as the global strategist of one of the world s largest banks He also spent the next few years exploring the Indian Ocean rim Oman, Sri Lanka, Zanzibar, Vietnam, Indonesia, and up and down India s coastline These travels resulted in The Ocean of Churn How the Indian Ocean Shaped Human History.Currently Sanjeev lives in New Delhi where he serves as the principal economic adviser to the Indian government.

10 thoughts on “Indian Renaissance: India's Rise After a Thousand Years of Decline

  1. says:

    This book is well written and complex and difficult to understand concepts are explained in a simple way One cannot help but admire the analysis of the author From its glorious days in the past to its decline and the reason for the decline has been explained in a logical way I wish our history books at school was

  2. says:

    The Indian Renaissance is the tale of India s economy Although Sanjeev Sanyal has written some excellent books on India from a historical and geographical perspective, he is an economist by profession, and his first book shows us that it s his forte as well After a brief look at how India collapsed from being the countr

  3. says:

    A well researched book on state of economic affairs of Indian subcontinent in past 1000 years and subsequent shift in economy of the country post liberalization in 1991 along with the road map to becoming an economic superpower The author tries to establish throughout the book that To take advantage of the world, one needs the

  4. says:

    It was written in 2008 So many things have changed since then so this book needs a second edition Many people have problem with first chapter and they stop reading after that A friend of mine who is preparing for UPSC stopped reading after reading the statement that Aryan Invasion Theory has largely been debunked And she told me this

  5. says:

    Not as interesting as his latest work ie the land of seven rivers Positives Talkes about the middle class of India and how it grew and hhow it wil grewfossilisation of ideas Kolkotta being an example India s demographic divident and how primary education and blue collar jobs will play an interlinking part in it Negatives Quite obsolete and

  6. says:

    I read two books of Sanjeev Sanyal back to back His books will definitely give you a sense of pride about your country with a very optimistic outlook This book explains how different factors such as demographics, culture, attitude, innovation, risk taking capability, service sector growth etc are contributing to India s growth trajectory A special

  7. says:

    Turned out to be a little too verbose and monotonous.

  8. says:

    The period focused in this book is after 1990s Since, Arvind Subramanian has convincingly argued in his own book India s Turn about foundations being laid in 1980s of the impressive economic growth later on, it would have been wise to also cover this decade The author has laid down important factors responsible for India s Renaissance that flowered in 1990s The

  9. says:

    Sanjeev Sanyal presents a small but powerful description of how the Indian history would be recounted 50 60 years down the line 1947 was the year when the country woke up to freedom however the poverty and malnutrition still plagued the country at large Hindu rate of growth and the license raj prevented the economy to breathe The common man had limited options even wh

  10. says:

    Being a recently selected and appointed civil servant, I must say, it feels as if I was reading the economic survey of the Govt of India while reading this book Critics of the neo liberal school of thought say that, the people of today have the advantage of hindsight when they retrospectively put the Nehru Mahalobanis model in the docks.Frankly I believe both the schools of

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