Why do Indians lack social etiquettes and civic sense? Why foreign tourists find their Indian experience bittersweet? Why do our Film and Television industry the epitome of mediocrity? Why do Indians take offense at almost everything? Why do our politicians, bureaucrats, police, and justice departments contribute to a skewed and a corrupt system? Why do core Indian problems like poverty, hunger, overpopulation, and illiteracy get superseded by religion, patriotism and blissful ignorance? In a country, that is fast approaching the mark of, the largest population in the world, has somehow convinced herself and her citizens that everything around them is sunshine and rainbow. You see poverty, hunger, corruption, crime, injustice and brutality all around yet few feel the need to call a spade a spade. India is a country with immense diversity, rich tradition,and a unique culture. This book is a collection of essays under three different section and discusses issues of religion, politics, people, culture, traditions, films, problems etc. The book talks constructively about various issues concerning India; it can evoke an incredulous gasp from an outsider and an empathetic nod from a fellow Indian. The book points out issues that affect India and need the reader’s attention, jokes around and becomes serious when it needs to be. The book showcases the viewpoint of a country’s young population that is largest in the world and wants to show that constructive criticism is what this country needs to fulfill her moral and philosophical growth potential.