The book “Snakes In the Ganga: Breaking India 2.0” authored by Shri Rajiv Malhotra and Mrs. Vijaya Viswanathan has received considerable recognition in India. It sheds light on the various threats to India’s national security from the United States, which is not typically perceived as a major risk by the average Indian. While many Indians tend to view the primary threats to national security as coming from Pakistan, China, terrorism, illegal migration from Bangladesh, left-wing extremism, and Islamic radicalization, the book suggests that the US also poses a significant danger to India’s security.
The authors highlight that certain US media outlets, intellectuals, universities, and political parties are promoting an agenda of creating chaos in India by sowing division based on caste. Despite being a democratic country, the US is accused of perpetuating activities that threaten India’s unity and integrity. Overall, the book serves as a warning about the potential risks to India’s national security from unexpected sources.
Rajiv Malhotra’s first book, “On Artificial Intelligence and Future of Power,” received a positive reception. In his second book, “Breaking India 1.0,” published in 2014, he outlined various threats to India posed by hostile forces in the United States. Despite his warnings, these dangers were not effectively countered. In his latest book, Malhotra discusses how these threats have become even more perilous for India, as their nature and potential to undermine India’s unity and stability have significantly increased since his last book. The author suggests that the US may pose a serious threat to India’s security, and his latest book serves as a warning about the dangers that India may face in the future.
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