�When we see the problems related to political leadership, population growth, education, the media and religion going from bad to worse, a natural question comes up in our minds. Where, after all, did we go wrong? What happened during our democratic journey of independent India that we are faced with nasty problems on all these fronts? Why couldn�t we teach people occupying places of responsibility that rights are given to perform your genuine duties, not to serve your personal whims, false ego and greed?� It is the author�s firm belief that if the problems related to the above five fundamental issues continue to be as they are, the nation will be hit by a crisis of unimaginable proportions, our national edifice would crumble and everything that our leaders had valued and held sacred for the love of the country before independence, would be lost forever. So, the author, through a deep - seated and thought provoking commentary on these issues invites you to think along with him and ponder over them honestly and sincerely. While going through the book, you may come across points where you differ with the author but in the end, you will be convinced that to make our country ideal, the need is for a wider awakening on the issues as discussed in the book. About the Author : Subrata Roy Sahara [born 1948] popularly known as 'Saharasri', is one of the most successful and talked about figures of corporate India. When he laid the foundation of Sahara India Pariwar in 1978 with a capital of `2,000 (about US$32) and 3 workers, who would have imagined his company�s meteoric rise to an asset base (both movable and immovable assets) worth `1,73,000 crore (about US$26 billion) within a span of just thirty�eight years! Think with Me - Fundamentals for making our country ideal, is his second book in the �Thoughts from Tihar� trilogy. The first book �Life Mantras� was a National Bestseller after its launch in February 2016. The book secured the No. 1 Position twice in the non - fiction genre and also remained in the top 5 best - selling books across India for 7 continuous weeks. A teacher, guide and a proud guardian to his over 1.2 Million fellow workers, he ascribes his success to his philosophy of �Collective Materialism� which means continuous collective growth for collective sharing and caring.