The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 (Book 4/4 in IGE2014 series) Bhuwan Singh

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Published: September 21, 2013 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FBZJFN2

Book 2: Numbers. Forecasting the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published December 21, 2013 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HG6YG0Q

Book 3: Wrath of the Gods: The Aam Aadmi Party in the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published January 31, 2014 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I5CHU4Y

Book 4: The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published May 31, 2014 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KOS9FPE

These books were published individually, and the first three of these four books were published before the election concluded. Together, these works constitute an as-it-happened account of the events related to the Indian General Election of 2014. It is therefore an account of the main participants, their character and their motivations. Naturally, this book also contains a detailed analysis of the forces that drive Indian politics and the mechanisms through which those forces translate into action.

The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 is the fourth and last book covering the IGE2014. I call it Book 4 and it is the only one in the series published after the election though large parts of it were drafted during the election campaign.

When I started plotting Book 4 on a pleasant day in February 2014, I set myself three tasks. The first task was to recite the final months leading up to IGE2014 and the period just after the election results were announced (what I called the post poll phase). I knew these would be exciting times, and the events that occurred surpassed my admittedly high expectations. The second task was to see how the various parties performed against my forecast in Book 2 to analyze what made a difference. This obviously required a detailed look at the results of IGE2014 and good hypotheses on what could account for the variance. The third task was simply to enjoy myself and to record IGE2014 for posterity with as much sympathy and humor as I could muster.

The sophistication of Indian politicians is underappreciated, and that is a great omission that I sought to correct in this book. The Indian political arena is very fluid, very complex and therefore our politicians are extremely flexible and quite sharp. And so I decided to concentrate on our leaders. There is enough out there covering the color and noise of the election. I sought a different viewpoint. I did not seek to advice or second guess our politicians- I sought to understand them, and then, only then, judge their success. I deliberately avoided any moral categorization – good, bad, evil – these categorizations are of no value in a political arena, especially in India. Is Modi a better person than Mayawati? I do not think I could answer that question at all. Indeed, where would I stand to even begin answering such a question. The answer I sought was – was Modi better than Mayawati at winning votes – if so why? That in itself is a fantastic question to follow because it contains three elements – what they planned to do – design- what they did – deeds- and what they achieved – destiny. That is the frame of reference in this book and it holds together the story of IGE2014. Less

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The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 (Book 4/4 in IGE2014 series) by Bhuwan Singh
September 21, 2013 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FBZJFN2

Book 2: Numbers. Forecasting the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published December 21, 2013 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HG6YG0Q

Book 3: Wrath of the Gods: The Aam Aadmi Party in the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published January 31, 2014 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I5CHU4Y

Book 4: The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published May 31, 2014 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KOS9FPE

These books were published individually, and the first three of these four books were published before the election concluded. Together, these works constitute an as-it-happened account of the events related to the Indian General Election of 2014. It is therefore an account of the main participants, their character and their motivations. Naturally, this book also contains a detailed analysis of the forces that drive Indian politics and the mechanisms through which those forces translate into action.

The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 is the fourth and last book covering the IGE2014. I call it Book 4 and it is the only one in the series published after the election though large parts of it were drafted during the election campaign.

When I started plotting Book 4 on a pleasant day in February 2014, I set myself three tasks. The first task was to recite the final months leading up to IGE2014 and the period just after the election results were announced (what I called the post poll phase). I knew these would be exciting times, and the events that occurred surpassed my admittedly high expectations. The second task was to see how the various parties performed against my forecast in Book 2 to analyze what made a difference. This obviously required a detailed look at the results of IGE2014 and good hypotheses on what could account for the variance. The third task was simply to enjoy myself and to record IGE2014 for posterity with as much sympathy and humor as I could muster.

The sophistication of Indian politicians is underappreciated, and that is a great omission that I sought to correct in this book. The Indian political arena is very fluid, very complex and therefore our politicians are extremely flexible and quite sharp. And so I decided to concentrate on our leaders. There is enough out there covering the color and noise of the election. I sought a different viewpoint. I did not seek to advice or second guess our politicians- I sought to understand them, and then, only then, judge their success. I deliberately avoided any moral categorization – good, bad, evil – these categorizations are of no value in a political arena, especially in India. Is Modi a better person than Mayawati? I do not think I could answer that question at all. Indeed, where would I stand to even begin answering such a question. The answer I sought was – was Modi better than Mayawati at winning votes – if so why? That in itself is a fantastic question to follow because it contains three elements – what they planned to do – design- what they did – deeds- and what they achieved – destiny. That is the frame of reference in this book and it holds together the story of IGE2014. Less

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Welcome to the IGE2014 series. Around June 2013, when Narendra Modi was anointed the head of the BJP campaign for the Indian General election of 2014, I decided to write an account of the happenings around the election. The result of the effort is aMoreWelcome to the IGE2014 series.

Around June 2013, when Narendra Modi was anointed the head of the BJP campaign for the Indian General election of 2014, I decided to write an account of the happenings around the election. The result of the effort is a series of 4 books:Book 1: The Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published September 21, 2013 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FBZJFN2Book 2: Numbers. Forecasting the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published December 21, 2013 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HG6YG0QBook 3: Wrath of the Gods: The Aam Aadmi Party in the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published January 31, 2014 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I5CHU4YBook 4: The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 (First Published May 31, 2014 on Amazon Kindle), available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KOS9FPEThese books were published individually, and the first three of these four books were published before the election concluded.

Together, these works constitute an as-it-happened account of the events related to the Indian General Election of 2014. It is therefore an account of the main participants, their character and their motivations.

Naturally, this book also contains a detailed analysis of the forces that drive Indian politics and the mechanisms through which those forces translate into action.The Result of the Indian General Election of 2014 is the fourth and last book covering the IGE2014. I call it Book 4 and it is the only one in the series published after the election though large parts of it were drafted during the election campaign.When I started plotting Book 4 on a pleasant day in February 2014, I set myself three tasks.

The first task was to recite the final months leading up to IGE2014 and the period just after the election results were announced (what I called the post poll phase). I knew these would be exciting times, and the events that occurred surpassed my admittedly high expectations. The second task was to see how the various parties performed against my forecast in Book 2 to analyze what made a difference. This obviously required a detailed look at the results of IGE2014 and good hypotheses on what could account for the variance. The third task was simply to enjoy myself and to record IGE2014 for posterity with as much sympathy and humor as I could muster.The sophistication of Indian politicians is underappreciated, and that is a great omission that I sought to correct in this book.

The Indian political arena is very fluid, very complex and therefore our politicians are extremely flexible and quite sharp. And so I decided to concentrate on our leaders. There is enough out there covering the color and noise of the election. I sought a different viewpoint. I did not seek to advice or second guess our politicians- I sought to understand them, and then, only then, judge their success.

I deliberately avoided any moral categorization – good, bad, evil – these categorizations are of no value in a political arena, especially in India. Is Modi a better person than Mayawati? I do not think I could answer that question at all. Indeed, where would I stand to even begin answering such a question. The answer I sought was – was Modi better than Mayawati at winning votes – if so why? That in itself is a fantastic question to follow because it contains three elements – what they planned to do – design- what they did – deeds- and what they achieved – destiny.

That is the frame of reference in this book and it holds together the story of IGE2014.



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