The book is a Magnum opus which deals with metaphysics, condemning brahminical superstition orthodoxy and ostentation, Medieval Islamic cruelty genocide and cruel rule, modern British invasion, exploitation and modernization of India. Moreover, after independence the Indian leaders, bureaucrat, technocrate and corporate swallowed the major means of India. Indian politics is Plutocracy, beyond the access of common mass, who suffer for job and justice confined to cast vote only. Population explosion, appeasement, communalism, and unemployment strangulate nation. Scholars are requested and encouraged to acquire politics and thwart the average leaders to save nation. Such facts have been poetically elaborated. I hope readers will appreciate and enjoy for the improvement of the nation.
Professor, politician, farmer, nationalist and realist, all-in-one is Prof. Jagadish Chandra. Ever since his childhood he has been hard working, fond of reading and criticizing right to be right and wrong to be wrong. He was born on 12th February, 1958, in his native village, Marangi. He completed his Honours from TNB; MA and Ph.D from Bhagalpur University, Bhagalpur. Owing to his parent's pressure, he joined R L College, Madhavnagar, Purnia, as a lecturer, and later he got his transfer to DS College, Katihar. He has delivered his speeches in different seminars organized in home and abroad universities like Malaysia and Harvard University in America. His works include: Nature and Truth, Haquikat, and India Reveals for improvement of India and Indians.
The India-Nepal relations are generations old with centuries-old social-cultural, historical, and geographic connections. India has consistently responded quickly to the needs of the people and the Government of Nepal to ensure the success of the peace process. This book focuses on India-Nepal relations with the influence of China. Chinese presence is bothering India’-Nepal ties, Nepal seems more inclined toward China which is alarming the situation for India. The book evaluates India-Nepal relations on the historical & cultural perspectives and contemporary issues. The book facilitates further exploration in this domain in the immediate future. The book affords a comprehensive scan of Indo- Nepal relations.