Re-Imagine: India–UK Cultural Relations in the 21st Century (ISBN: 978-93-82951-34-6) is volume of future-forging pieces by leading thinkers in India and the UK, exploring the evolving relationship between the two countries, tracing not only the shared history but also its contemporary ramifications.
Edited by Shrabani Basu, the book draws on historical anecdotes, personal history and current policies to reflect on a special relationship between the two countries forged on a common love for cricket, curry, parliamentary democracy and the English language and how it can be taken forward gainfully in the decades to come.
Each writer discusses in their inimitable style topics critical to the evolving relationship between India and the UK.
Tracing people to people links, unravelling family history, exploring the attitude of media and youth in both countries, linking the development of arts, science, language, trade and business, the authors explore myriad facets of the history of this relationship and their contemporary ramifications in each country and internationally.
The book is essential reading for all those who are interested in the special relationship between India and the UK.
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