This volume consists of two parts.
Part I - Power of Hindi Politicians in India: Hindi politicians wield extraordinary political power in India and use that power to benefit their language, people and states at the expense of non-Hindi languages, peoples and states. The 7 articles in Part I explore this with several examples.
Part II - India is for Hindi Speakers Only: There is an arrogant attitude among some senior Hindi politicians wielding much power in the Indian government that Indian government is for the benefit of Hindi speakers only. "It is your fault if you cannot benefit from Indian government's social programs funded by Hindi and non-Hindi taxpayers; you better learn Hindi or you lose", seems to be the attitude. Of course Hindi people need not do anything, Hindi is their mother tongue, they learned the language from their mothers' lap, but it is a burden on non-Hindi peoples. Several examples are presented in the 5 articles of Part II.