“The nineteenth century is an important milestone in the history of India. In this century, economic and administrative policies of British rule gave a new direction to the social changes in India. A new transformative stream would emerge that brought about radical changes in Indian society. This means that the Enlightenment era has come all over India. Enlightenment is the process of awakening the society intellectually and scientifically. It was a broad and evolutionary movement that moved India from the Middle Ages to modernity. This movement includes religion, social system, culture, literature, and art, etc. began to become widely known in the field. The winds of nationalism started flowing in India.
A newspaper is an effective tool for enlightenment. To that end, Tilak’s newsletters have played a vital role in fostering the movement for independence through effective dialogue with social issues and public welfare.
Thinking of the nineteenth century in a broad and comprehensive sense and setting the history. The work of Lokmanya Tilak’s newspaper is a great inspiration and example for today’s newspapers. The book would help Lokmanya Tilak’s effective ideas of nationalist and social enlightenment to solve arising questions that have been created in the society and would play a strong, independent, effective role in today’s newspapers. There of the present media should work in tandem to the 19th century Tilak’s journalistic ideas.”
"An analytical study of Lokmanya Tilak Journalism’s
Dr. Pragati Ballajirao Marakwar
(M.A, B.ed. M.Phil, Ph.D., NET)
She has worked as an Asst. Professor and currently as HOD of History Dept. at Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir‘s V.H College, Nashik.
She has completed one minor research project. 4 papers published in International conference, 6 papers published in national conference & 8 research paper published in U.G.C certified various journals.
She is the president of the syllabus restructuring committee of the F.Y.B.A & S.Y.B.A, History of civilization at Savitribaibai Phule, Pune, University.
She has completed her Ph.D. in the subject of ‘An analytical study of Lokmanya Tilak Journalism’s’ from Swami Ramanand Tirth Marathawada, University, Nanded.
She is the coordinator of Gandhian Study Center, Modi Script Certificate Course & Competitive Guidance Cell at College."
Aayan is a person with some inborn qualities and personality traits. With time he learnt several behaviour, knowledge and experiences. He tries to use all of them together to get a kick in his life but every time he failed.
He also met several persons in his life and all of them have taught some different experiences. With all different types of personal and professional situations he became all together a person with different qualities and personality traits.
This book is not only a psychological journey of Aayan but actually each one of us. Aayan did different experiments in his life at different stages. He failed several times at personal and professional levels but after every failure he takes the next step with an optimistic approach without thinking much about the results but he starts failing one after another with every new experiments.
Will Aayan’s learning experiences from his failures makes him successful or his one after another essence of failures in life takes him to depression, anxiety, or can develop suicidal tendencies to skip from all his problems. Or, with his optimistic approach he considers all his failures as incidents of his life and shall use all his experience with failures to become successful one day.
All questions will be answered in the story which everyone can correlate with own’s life.