In Service of Mankind is a collection of eleven engrossing biographical stories of social activists who have immensely contributed to the development of our society and the nation. These stories highlight the efforts of the people who dared to go against the tide and became agents of change. They will inspire and motivate the readers to believe in positive initiatives and the indomitable human spirit.
The author has chosen these people from various fields and parts of the country, ranging from healthcare, environment, social justice, LGBT rights, human rights, and cybersecurity. His narrative style combines literary passion and journalistic objectivity that gives these stories a unique flavour. These stories are special because they do not merely list the achievements or the chronology of significant events in the lives of the people they highlight. They give the readers an insight into the thought process and the inner conflicts of these people, helping them decode the social fabric and the mindset of our contemporary society. They highlight the struggles, aspirations, sacrifices and perseverance of these social activists. The impact of their work is indelible and indisputable.
This book, with its detailed documentation of the lives of these social activists who have an immense contribution in shaping the future of the country, will definitely be an invaluable historical document, a collector’s delight.