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Lacking in both rationality as well as general goodness. Ms. Thapar is someone who sees India as the source of all bad in the world. She had not even a single chapter or even a sentence to say good about India or its past culture. This speaks more about Ms. Thapar's personality than about the society and India.
Ms. Sethi's tone throughout is condescending. Ms. Thapar found an apt choice in her to perform. Painful listening for 18 plus hours. Unfortunately I took on this book knowing her views too well but I was hoping she will be balanced view and provide through rationale. But she displays more God like view- everything said by her to be accepted by her words. Anyone of differing views are chauvinist, jingoist, Hindu fundamentalists and so on.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, presents a non-judgemental, unbiased approach to Indian history
What did you like best about this story?
Sound analytical framework.
What about Manisha Sethi’s performance did you like?
Clear intonation and maintains interest.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?