An inspirational account of Shri Narendra Modi’s life experiences with the downtrodden, and his views on achieving complete social inclusiveness by rising above the barriers of caste, community and gender, is the core of ‘Samajik Samarasta’. Published in Gujarati and Hindi, the book is a compilation of Shri Modi’s writings and speeches, and takes forward Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s views on social freedom for India’s untouchables.
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Edited by Kishor Makwana, the book encapsulates unknown incidents of Shri Narendra Modi’s interaction with Dalits, and reinforces his enduring desire to serve the underprivileged. Social harmony and its far-reaching impact has been discussed in detail, with vivid reminisces of Dr. Ambedkar’s vision for the upliftment of the Dalits and the downtrodden.
Shri Modi’s commitment towards social harmony has been effectively put forth in the book, which, apart from being a humble endeavour to present the plight and sufferings of the Dalits, also focuses on awakening the spirit of social harmony and brining about a social reformation. Through its narrations of the life incidents of greats like Dr. Ambedkar, Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi, the book aims to address the caste-based classification in India, which continues to pervade despite many social movements.
A well-woven description of Shri Narendra Modi’s compassion for the oppressed, the book touches upon in detail the various essentials that matter in maintaining societal accord. From ensuring education for all and empowering the needy through healthcare benefits and work opportunities, to discussing issues of village development and women empowerment, the book is a lucid compilation of Shri Modi’s vision for an equal and empowered society, and a reflection of his efforts at awakening the spirit of social harmony.