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Sachin Garg s new book We Need a Revolution launched

‘We Need a Revolution’ brings forward the plight of the Jarawa Tribes in Andaman and Nicobar Islands
Sachin Garg s new book We Need a Revolution launched

Author Sachin Garg, released his fifth book ‘We Need a Revolution’ after a span of three years. Sachin Garg released the book which was followed by a reading session and a passionate talk about the endangered‘Jarawa tribe’.

Moving away from his earlier acclaimed romantic novels, Sachin Garg with his new book moves on to talking about more serious issues like Human safari and the endangered Andaman and Nicobar tribe with his protagonist Shubhrodeep Shyam Chaudhary. After a research of almost three years, one RTI which wasn’t answered and a month long stay at the Andama Nicobar Island Garg’s love for the tribe comes in the form of the book ‘We Need A Revolution’.

Talking more about his book author Sachin Garg states, “This book is not only about the Jarawa tribe, it also asks the question that whether a bunch of boys and girls,today’s youth, can fight for a cause they believe in, and how far are they willing to go for it.”

‘We need a revolution’ revolves around the life of a traveler Shubhrodeep Shyamchaudhary and his astonishing finds about the indigenous tribes of the Andaman and Nicobar Island.

Shubhrodeep Shyamchaudhary is a drifter travelling across India, who has a weakness that whenever he sees some injustice happening with anybody, he cannot resist getting involved. When he reaches the Andamans, he faces a challenge much bigger than he had initially expected, as innocent members of the Jarawa tribe face rapes, disease, violence and inhumane treatment. Along with his bunch of friends, he decides to do something about it. But how much is he willing to endure?Can regular people with regular lives, rise against all odds and stand up for their ideals?

Shyamchaudhary, twenty years of age, has decided to travel across India, spending 180 days in each state and union territory of the country. He calls it his Move On Theory and is more serious about it than anyone expects him to be.In each state or union territory, he ends up getting involved in a social issue, particular to that state and tries his best to bring about a change in the situation.

In the first book in the series, ‘We need a Revolution’, he’s fighting for the rights of the Jarawas. In the second book, he would be fighting for the rights of labourers working in a steel factory. In the third, he’d be doing something about the drug addiction problem in Punjab.

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