The Pyramid of Corruption: India's Primitive Corruption And How To Deal With It is a political commentary on the state of India's politics and how Indians have been dealing with the corruption.
Summary of the Book
In this authoritative book on corruption Kiran Batni talks about how corruption has become a part and parcel of Indian politics, and how we have accepted it through our actions. He classifies corruption, explaining what is primitive and operational corruption. He further shows that India's very political foundation may be based on firm roots in corruption, and uses a model of an Aryan Pyramid of Corruption to explain how India's primitive caste system has deeply seeded thoughts of corruption into our very culture. The book makes readers question how the nation has gone on for millennia by encouraging something like this and how we can progress to eliminating it from our lives.
About Kiran Batni
Kiran Batni is an Indian political and economic researcher. After his postgraduate studies at IIT Delhi, Kiran began travelling widely and prizes the diversity as a fundamental characteristic of life. He also enjoys reading the Upanishads and roots for the modernization of the Kannada language.