Be the change that you wish to see in the world – Mahatma Gandhi
Tired of being described as a resident of a ‘third-world’ country? Tired of the, noise, pollution, crimes, indiscipline, corruption, poverty, poor healthcare, injustice, and illiteracy? Ever wondered what causes underlie these undesirables? Ever wondered what could be realistically and practically done to reduce them?
DeepakPawar considers these and other prickly issues facing our society and country from his own professional and personal experiences. Combining personal anecdotes, clinical scenarios, findings from popular media, news reports, philosophical insights, and opinions of great thinkers, he takes an uncompromising look at our society, culture, behaviour, educational acumen, and sense of justice.
This book holds a mirror to us, and consequently, our society. It compels you to undertake a conscientious examination of your own role in perpetuating these evils. This is a work that every person interested in creating an equable and equitable society and country should possess, read, and put into practice.
Dr Deepak G Pawar is a medical professional with an avid interest in reading and writing. He graduated from the Mysore University, and obtained his postgraduate membership from the UK, where he trained and worked for 8 years. He returned to India in 2009, and since then has been involved in clinical practice and medical academic work.
His natural disposition towards writing stems from a keen observation of and thinking about physical, mental, spiritual, social, cultural, and religious aspects of existence; indeed of life itself.
Due to the early exposure to reading, training in medicine and then neurosciences, a unique branch of medicine that blends psychiatry, psychology, medicine, sociology, and spirituality, he has been able to hone his writing considerably to include an introspective viewpoint of life.
He lives in Bangalore with his immediate family comprising his parents, wife, and daughter.
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