The Creative Destruction of Rural India

PAVED OVER Jobs, like modern highways, are reaching into rural India and changing its social patterns. Tyler Hicks. NYTimesIndian writer Akash Kapur refects on the downsides and upsides of life in the countryside of today’s India. In a poetic, clear-eyed description of the changes, reality from Kapur’s view is that one person wins and another loses, as India experiences “creative destruction” of its culture, social institution and rural economy. via NYTimes