The second book in Saharasri Subrata Roy’s trilogy, Think with Me was released on November 10, 2016. In this sequel to Life Mantras, Saharasri incites the citizens of India to think of their country, rise above the individual benefits, rise above ‘I’ and ‘My’, and think for the development of their motherland.
In the book, Saharasri discusses the challenges the country faces on its way to development. As a countryman, Saharasri finds it to be his moral responsibility to bring attention to these problems.According to him, five fundamental issues need to be resolved for the development of the country and betterment of its citizens. These issues are related to politics, leadership, population growth, education, the media, and religion.
Through the book, Saharasri Subrata Roy wants every countryman to ponder over where, after all the efforts, did we go wrong.He expresses his concerns regarding the growing corruption in the politics and irresponsible behaviour of the politicians. He also expresses his worry about the degraded standard of education which only imparts a degree and does not make a student a better human being.
In his book Think with Me, Saharasri Subrata Roy has also discussed the pace at which the population of our country has grown since independence, and what does this increasing number entail. He also asks the readers to ponder upon the role of media and religion – both of which are considered to be inseparable components of the society.
Through this book, Saharasri makes a genuine effort to bring the society together to think with him and act on these issues before it gets too late. The book also sees Saharasri providing some possible solutions to these problems, which could be implemented by the government for the prosperity of the nation.
The book is an attempt by Saharasri Subrata Roy to call for a collective effort from every strata of the society for the development of the motherland.
Think with Me is a book recommended for people of all age. With simple language and easy to understand analogies, Saharashri Subrata Roy paints the big Indian picture in 111 pages.