The author has a different motivation and reason to write this book. He has written the book to change in the mindset of Indian society and young hearts along with entertainment. It will help them to have a positive intention and direction in life. It is written on a real love story of an engineering student that began from a beautiful historical place, Kolkata Museum. The story has many critics such as internal communal bias.
Vikarna is such a character of Mahabharata, who, in spite of following the path of Dharma, kept on longing for his recognition for thousands of years only for being a Kaurava. The aim of the writer is to ensure him his most deserving honour through this book. The lovers of literature and all others should read this book at least once to learn a lesson from the life of Vikarna, that in what way immortality can be imparted to life following the path of Duty even in the difficult circumstances of life. While reading this book you will certainly get the lively feeling of the battle of Mahabharata.
The book focuses on the official attitude of the post-colonial nation-state in India towards the child during the period from 1947 to 1979 and engages with the concept of the child in relation to state policy. With this focus on state policy, the book explores how important was the question of the child in the Indian nation-state’s governance and agenda of development. Finally, the book attempts to find out whether the attitude of the dominant class in India, as reflected in official policies, effectively recognised the child as a rights bearing person.