Transformation of a nation begins by transforming the lives of every citizen. Mahatma Gandhi’s vision for India was ‘Sarvodaya’ i.e. Welfare of All.
Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya outlined a way to achieve ‘Sarvodaya’ and termed it ‘Antyodaya’ i.e. welfare of all but starting with those who need it the most.
This book analyses the progress made over the last 4 years in reforming the lives of every Indian citizen. It puts forward a new model of development which is at the foundation of building a #NewIndia—‘Sarvodaya via Antyodaya’.
Transforming India — Pgs. 7
Foreword — Pgs. 9
Jan Dhan Yojana — Pgs. 17
Mudra Yojana — Pgs. 29
Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana — Pgs. 39
Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana — Pgs. 43
Atal Pension Yojana — Pgs. 45
Direct Benefit Transfer — Pgs. 51
Annadata – Protecting our Farmers — Pgs. 55
Ujjwala & GiveItUp — Pgs. 71
Saubhagya — Pgs. 81
Digital India — Pgs. 85
Skill India — Pgs. 90
Startup India — Pgs. 95
Standup India — Pgs. 108
Swachh Bharat — Pgs. 112
Infrastructure Development – Roadways & Waterways — Pgs. 122
Ayushman Bharat — Pgs. 131
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana — Pgs. 139
Ease of Living — Pgs. 144
Vivasvan Shastri is a seasoned IT executive with 18 years of industry experience playing multiple roles as a software engineer, product management, product marketing and general management. He has a global experience of leading teams in Europe, China, Latam and India. His motto in life is ‘Be Good, Do Good & Have Fun.’
Vivasvan Shastri is a yogi and student of history and politics who takes inspiration from Eastern philosophies. He considers Swami Vivekananda as his guru. He also plays the role of an editor for a children’s magazine Balabharati.
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Yesha Bhatt will be a first time voter in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Yesha is student of literature at St. Xavier’s College, Ahmedabad and is very passionate about the role that women can play in development of our society