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More media coverage for 'Where India Goes'

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We wanted to share some more media coverage that the book has got in other newspapers.

It got covered in The National Herald, that uses an extract from the chapter in the book that talks about the world view of the rural people in north India. This world view considers open defecation as clean and latrines as dirty. You can read it here.

The article in The Caravan magazine also uses an extract from the book that talks about how unpleasant it is for the upper caste to deal with the act of pit-emptying. You can read it here.


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