About the Author
Ramesh Chandra Tiwari (May 1, 1964), a resident of Umari Dahelow, Tejawapur, Bahraich, is an employee of LIC of India. He is a prolific writer of short stories and a poet. His works have been published in a few leading journals such as Reading Hour, Avadh University Journal, The Criterion, Galaxy, LANLIT, The Bombay Review and Setu, a bilingual journal from Pittsburgh, USA. His articles on different subjects are often broadcast on All India Radio Lucknow. His Snippets of Life Music, a collection of short stories, has gained in popularity over recent years. On March 4, 2017, the Criterion awarded him a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of his fiction. A certificate of proficiency in English was conferred on him by Kisan Post Graduate College, Bahraich on 28 August 2017. He is now recognized as an accomplished storyteller.
About the Book
‘The Rise of NaMo and New India’ is divided into two parts: the first part is written in prose; and the second in verse. Its style of writing is sui generis. Indian politics between the years 2013 and 2019 has been depicted in it. The book is a thorough piece of work consisting of a brief biography of PM Narendra Modi and covering all important aspects of his politics and the political fray and events that developed during his election campaigns and also during his premiership. It presents a comparative review of different party lines, and explicates PM Modi’s plan of action to improve life and status of the common people and the revolutionary change that his government brought about. It would also give readers new insights into political conundrum. The most striking feature of this book is that it accurately reflects public opinion.