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My upcoming book, Rant, and Gandhi - Issue #12

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My upcoming book, Rant, and Gandhi - Issue #12
By Satendra • Issue #12 • View online
Two things are going down, the number of subscribers opening this newsletter and the quality of this newsletter!
It’s a cause and effect relationship, but which way? IDK.

What am I reading? 📚
I finished Plassey to Partition. Go for it if you want to read a comprehensive but dry book on Indian modern history.
Else, you can wait until I write an engaging and thrilling page-turner on Indian modern history.
Try this out 👨‍🔬
Rant/Vent- If something is bothering you or crossing your mind again and again, write it on a paper or tell it to someone else. They will either just listen to you, it soothe your pain. Also, they might say something consoling or encouraging.
You’ll realize that the problem wasn’t really that big or even if it was then too its okay. Rather than overthinking, get it out and calm down.
[I usually (always) prefer paper over people]
Though the problem with paper is that it listens to you with all its heart, but it doesn’t care encouragement part. But then you need to do some things by yourself.
Favorites of the week 🖤
This website is a collection of blogs on various topics. I’ve read some of them and they’re okay. Better to have one website rather than scrolling aimlessly on the SEO’d search results.
Quote - My man Gandhi really said this.
I do believe that, where there is only a choice between cowardice and violence, I would advise violence… I would rather have India resort to arms in order to defend her honour than that she should, in a cowardly manner, become or remain a helpless witness to her own dishonor.
Tweet -
He’s famous for his MEGATHREAD which he wrote in February last year. I haven’t read this one completely but I am sure that it’ll at least invoke some curiosity.
My peoples, the time has come for a MEGATHREAD.

In 40 tweets I will explain another 40 concepts you should know.

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