Gurcharan Das – Difficulty of Being Good

From the former CEO of P&G, India and author of ‘India Unbound” comes book about well – the difficulty of being good based on check this – an analysis of Dharma in present day India. He refers to the Mahabharata in search of answers for moral dilemmas in India.

Governance failures on many levels – government bureaucrats, government school teachers, police officers, MP’s with criminal records – almost interaction of the plebieans with the system is fraught with moral decadence and failure… so we just have to plead and hope for reforms, reforms and more reforms on many levels thereby raising the Dharma of Society (hopefully).

The work of a reflective, humane and secular – Renaissance man?

Thank you Dasji for choosing your vanaprasthya as a writer, we are all truly benefiting from the wisdom of your decision.

The difficulty of being good - Gurucharan Das


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