It was a sunny, August Sunday when
a sea of humanity converged onto the
Ramlila Grounds in Delhi. A veteran
anti-corruption crusader had galvanised
the usually apolitical common man into
a vocal critic of the current political
class. But who were these ‘ordinary men
on the road’? What was middle-India?
From the Punjab to Bengal, from Agra
to Vizag, what is it that bound them together?
Read to find out and you might just
find reflections of your own life…