In a few months from now, India will be entering the 75th year of its Independence. There is much to celebrate, but there also is a lot to be concerned. The democracy of ours, for which the founding fathers of this nation had fought hard, faces unprecedented threats and challenges.
In a free-wheeling conversation with Rajesh Mahapatra of Odisha Dialogues, historian and biographer Ramachandra Guha talks about his fears and concerns over the state of democracy in India and why he still remains hopeful.