“A Living Bridge – The UK-India Diaspora & The Rise of The Millennials ” provides a fascinating insight into how the millennial generation of the Indian Diaspora living in the United Kingdom view the current relationship between the UK and India and provides commentary into what more government and non-government organisations in both countries can do to further strengthen their partnership and diaspora engagement.
The book is written by leaders and experts of the millennial generation. As the UK and India partnership enters a new dawn, it is suggested that it will be the millennial generation of both countries who are best positioned to be the driving force behind the creation of a renewed meaningful and powerful relationship. The book looks at a variety of industries ranging from politics to dentistry and technology to business to assess what more the organisation of both countries can be doing to enhance the partnership.
A Living Bridge: The UK-India Diaspora & The Rise of The Millennials
by Pranav Bhanot
Published on 13th December 2017
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Chapter contributors include: Pratik Dattani, Dr Dhru Shah, Dr Rajvansh Juneja, Angeli Vadera, Yajur Shah, Reena Ranger, Dhruv Chhatralia, Suraj Bhanot, Reece Chowdhry, Ameet Jogia, Rupanjana Datta, Resham Kotecha, Prerna Lau Sian, Jasvir Singh, Rekesh Chauhan, Parle Patel, Kavita Puri, Alpesh Patel, Dr Vishal Handa, Varun Bhanot, Dharmesh Mistry; Nikita Sethi, Sunil Pala, Shefali Bhanot, Mayuri Parmar, Shefali Solanki, Saran Kohli, Zamiha Desai and Danisha Patel.
The creation of the book was inspired by Hon Smt. Sushma Swaraj and Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, who have both worked and continue to work exceptionally hard to engage with the Indian diaspora living across the world.
About Pranav Bhanot
Pranav Bhanot is a solicitor specialising in commercial and civil litigation. His interest in the engagement between India and the diaspora was spurred initially through his involvement with Indian students when he was active in student politics at university level and later as a community organiser working closely with India nationals and the Indian diaspora in the UK. Pranav represented the United Kingdom at the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in December 2017 organised by the Hon.Smt. Sushma Swaraj and the Ministry of External Affairs where the findings contained in this book were presented.