A 50-episode book on Prime Minister Narendra Modis 'Mann Ki Baat programme will provide readers a rare opportunity to discover unknown facets of Modis thinking and beliefs.
"Mann Ki Baat: A Social Revolution On Radio" is being published by Rupa, in collaboration with BlueKraft Digital Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation working in the realm of policy and governance matters.
"We feel extremely privileged to have the opportunity to publish ... Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat'," Kapish Mehra, Managing Director of Rupa Publications India, said in a statement on Thursday.
"A visionary par excellence and the tallest leader in modern India is an inspiration to millions in India and abroad," he added.
The book not only has the speeches Modi made on the radio but also the responses from listeners which the Prime Minister did not speak about in his programme.
The publisher said the book displays the common thread of positivity and optimism that Modi has woven through his radio programme.
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