Why Bharat Matters Book
S. Jaishankar contends in Why Bharat Matters that although growing powers prioritize stability, India must prepare to rise in the face of extreme unpredictability. This procedure is unique in that it symbolizes the rebirth of a state of civilization. In addition, he demonstrates why, in a globalized society, foreign policy affects every individual on a daily basis.
Every Indian should read this book to grasp the reality of our times, which is becoming more and more obvious every day: India counts because it is Bharat.
Why Bharat Matters Description
Whether drawing strength from its heritage and culture or approaching challenges with the optimism of democracy and technology, this is certainly a New India—an India that is more Bharat.
This is not just a tough world but also a turbulent and unpredictable one. It is marked by the impact of Covid, conflicts in Ukraine and West Asia, climate events, radicalization and terrorism. There is complex geopolitics at work, such as the rise of China, the changed posture of the United States, the strategy of Russia, the impact of globalization and the power of new technologies.
India seeks to navigate these stormy seas without diluting its focus on becoming a leading power. As a vishwa mitra, it seeks the well-being of the Global South and to contribute to global good. India is more salient in global calculations and stands ready to embrace coming responsibilities and opportunities. Entering the Amrit Kaal, it visualizes an era of growth and development while staying true to its traditions and heritage.