Inheritance, Hierarchy and Caste: Origins of Political Decay in India. Author of a book Dhananjay Wanajri will be in discussion with Mona G. Mehta. See the flyer attached.
Date: 05 April 2022 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:00 pm
Refreshments will be provided.
itself. The book underlines the realistic significance of the effective representation of the governed classes and analyses how it is critical for bringing pragmatism to the relation between the institutional and functional aspects of the democratic consolidation in India.
About the Author
Dhananjay Soindaji Wanjari is a civil servant he belong to the 2008 batch of the Indian Revenue Service. He is an alumnus of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj (RTM) Nagpur University, IIT Delhi, and the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Apart from being a regular speaker at different public forum on the matters of socio-economic and political issues, the Constitution of India and public policy, the author has been a regular guest faculty of political science for the last 15 years at different graduate institutions including Savitribai Phule Pune University and RTM Nagpur University. His areas of interest are the Constitution and taxation policy, political economy of public policy, comparative political and economic development, political representation and democratization. The author has keen interest in social activism and development activities and is one of the principal promoters of the Educator Foundation, a not-for profit organization working in the education sector, particularly for the needy and the poor sections of the society.