Author Debarshi Khamrui talks about his latest book : Political Systems of the UK, USA, USSR, France, Switzerland, and PRC in a Comparative Perspective: A key to understanding Comparative Government and Politics

Author Debarshi Khamrui talks about his latest book : Political Systems of the UK, USA, USSR, France, Switzerland, and PRC in a Comparative Perspective: A key to understanding Comparative Government and Politics

Author Bio: Debarshi Khamrui is an Assistant Professor at Asutosh College in the Department of Political Science. Previously he taught as an Assistant Professor at Jhargram Raj College, Government of West Bengal. He completed post-graduation in Political Science from Rabindra Bharati University, in 2006 and cleared SLET Examination in 2007. Debarshi Khamrui has been teaching for 15 years. He has written many articles which have been published in UGC Journals and also in several books. He has presented papers in international seminars. He has a specialization in public administration. His area of interest is Public Administration, Indian Constitution, Constitutional Laws, Legal Literacy, Comparative Politics, and Western Political Thought.

The Literature Times: Author, welcome to The Literature Times. Congratulations on the publication of your book! What feedback do you get from your readers? Please share your thoughts on this book.

Author: Thanks, Literature Times. My book’s positive reviews make me happy. They praised the intriguing characters, complex plot, and evocative language. Knowing my writing has touched readers is gratifying. Their support inspires me to write and try new genres.

The Literature Times: What motivates you to become a writer?

Author:  My passion for writing and sharing knowledge with others motivated me to become a writer.

The Literature Times: What are your favorite writing topics? Please tell us a little bit about your literary interests.

Author: I don’t have much literary interest other than writing on political and social issues. Still, I have an interest in writing storybooks depicting real-life experiences and also astrology books since astrology attracts me and I have good knowledge in it.

The Literature Times: We were hoping you might tell us about some of the authors that have influenced you and whom you read!

Author:  Professor K.K. Ghai, Vidhya Bhushan, S.A. Palekar, Rakhaharai Chatterjee, Rod Hegue, Martin Harrop and Breslin, Anadi Kumar Mahapatra are some of the renowned authors whose books I have read and had a profound influence on me.

The Literature Times: The title is unique and appealing; how did you come up with them? Please tell us the story behind it.

Author: When I study different political systems naturally an idea about the title comes to my mind. A system is very important. As for example, we remain under a system, we often say when we are sick that our internal system is not functioning and we need a physician. We also say market system when we do shopping. So a system is very significant. That is the story behind choosing the title of the book Political Systems of UK, USA, FRANCE, Switzerland, and PRC in a comparative perspective as the comparison is made among those systems I choose in a comparative perspective.

The Literature Times: What are your achievements so far? Tell us something about your writing career.

Author:  I wrote three academic books. Presented quality research papers in international journals, and one in your Literature Times Journals. Besides I have also published many articles in Books.

The Literature Times: What is your current goal in writing a career? How do you see your future in writing?

Author: My primary focus as a writer is on developing and expanding the research works. I aspire to be a writer of meaningful and motivational works. As a writer, my goals are to explore different styles, collaborate with other authors, and attract a wider audience. My goal is to leave a lasting legacy in writing.

The Literature Times: Do you have any other novels in the works? Please keep us updated on your future endeavors.

Author: Yes I will keep you updated.

The Literature Times: How do you view Indian writing in the twenty-first century? What changes do you see in today’s writing style? Do you feel it has changed over time?

Author: The Indian writing style is improving. Indian authors are writing precisely and adopting Western-style slowly but steadily. Yes, it has changed.

The Literature Times: How simple/difficult was it for you to publish your book? What message do you want to send to aspiring authors?

Author: It was not difficult at all to publish my book. My message to an aspiring author is to stick to your knowledge and increase the horizon of your knowledge. More you read you will understand better. The clarity in writing is very important. You do choose simple words, avoiding jargon, and put it simple and precise.

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