Hardikar Vinay

Talking to an Empty Room

He got the hang of his audience very quickly and then decided how high the pole-vault bar was to be set; and his audience ranged from the at-post-level villagers to international experts in fields of political economy, philosophy, culture, media and sometimes literature…
His speeches may not have won acceptance of the policy-makers but they must have been eye-openers to those who listened. He comes out, consistently, as a secular, radical liberal who believed that world can be changed and we should not stop at defining the change but become the change by shunning our glass-houses/ivory towers.

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