|Underneath the wholesome image of the world’s largest democracy lies an unescapable sway of Left ideology and its pervasive grip on the intellectual breadth of the nation’s diversity.|
When Patanjali wins laurels for her seminar on ancient Kerala’s prowess in mathematics, Hindu saints had developed pivotal mathematical theories presented by Europeans in later centuries as their own work, her colleagues – leftists and liberals term it as daring.
As moderate success in rural politics begins to lure a dedicated farmer Chhattar out of his noble profession, he conveniently forgets how all along he longed for his baapu to leave politics.
On a different plane, Chhattar’s sister, Sapna Singh, finds her IT job empowering. When she gets unsolicited favours from competing colleagues, the beautiful lass grabs it in no time; for it is her passport to escape the relentless clutches of patriarchy.
A story of individuals, a melee of twenty-first-century-second-decade of this diversity, influenced by their identity crisis, has begun to affirm – to right it, is their Right.