• Kranti Nation at Davos 2018
  • Launch of Kranti Nation: India and The Fourth Industrial Revolution by Dr Bibek Debroy, Chairman of Economic Advisory Council of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
  • Discussion on India's Fourth Industrial Revolution at American Centre, Kolkata.
  • Presenting the book to Mr Piyush Goyal, Finance Minister, India with Mr Chandrajit Banerjee DG, CII.
  • Presenting the book to Mr Sunil Mittal, Chairman, Bharti Enterprises.
  • Session on future technologies at AIMA with Dr Jaijit Bhattacharya, Head Centre for Fourth Industrial Revolution India, World Economic Forum and Neeraj Kapoor, Director, AIMA.
  • Kranti Nation tops the charts at WH Smith
  • Presenting book to Mr TV Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Manipal Global Education.
  • Addressing the audience at launch of Kranti Nation.
  • Team Kranti Nation at book launch
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Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution by Pranjal Sharma-Review

| The Free Press Journal

Whether at the individual level or the global, our unending quest for improved quality of life has resulted invariably in de-humanising relationships... read more

How the fourth Industrial revolution can make or mar India's fortunes

| ThePrint

Pranjal Sharma's book 'Kranti Nation' records the transformation that is taking places in 10 different sectors, warns of job losses due to automation... read more

'Revolution' at the American Center

The Global Calcuttan

"It is my hope that with more awareness of what is going on, businesses, government, and the population at large will not only adjust but also embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution so it can best impact people's lives"... read more

Book Review: Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

| Anirudh Damani

While attending the Web Summit in Lisbon I met Pranjal Sharma, the author of Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, for breakfast.... read more


Kranti Nation: Why India should not miss the 4th Industrial Revolution


The historian's lament is that India missed the Industrial Revolution since Britain did not encourage native entrepreneurship. Now, of course, we are free... read more

Case studies of how Industry 4.0 is changing the country

| PrintWeek

There was a time when an established system would be more than reluctant to change its ways. It all changed with the dot com boom.... read more

The 4IRs of progress

| Business Standard

Book review of 'Kranti Nation: India and the Fourth Industrial Revolution'... read more