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Art of the Good Fight Dissecting Indian Social Ills Through Sun Tzu’s Art of War

Author Name: Navya Agarwal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

“The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting.”

Sun Tzu’s Art of War is one of history’s most influential books. It’s guided humanity through the Vietnam War and the Chinese Communist Revolution. It’s inspired Japanese businesses and the American navy. And now, it will be used to disrupt a modern enemy: Indian social ills.

Art of the Good Fight uses Sun Tzu’s military principles to identify, analyze, and solve maladies in Indian society- namely casteism, sexism, colorism, ableism, religious intolerance, and juvenile rehabilitation.  By using principles that have traditionally cultivated violence to help achieve peace, Art of the Good Fight provides hope for a kinder, conscious society.

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Navya Agarwal

Navya Agarwal is a 16 year old student at Indus International School, with a passion for art, history, and politics. Her upbringing in the United States, along with her experience creating socially-meaningful murals across India, has given her a unique lens to view Indian society.