An Undocumented Wonder is the story of how the world’s largest democracy holds its elections by a former Chief Election Commissioner. Summary of the Book The Great Indian Election, The Dance of Democracy. These and other names given to the general elections in India prove that the world’s largest democracy is something the entire planet should be interested in. The Election Commission of India faces problems which only it understands, and only it can solve. No where else on the planet do nearly 800,000 men and women assemble to cast their votes for a democratic government. In this book, S. Y. Quraishi tries to illuminate readers about the pitfalls and hurdles that the election commission faces, and how it has managed to pull through and pull off election after election in the greatest display of democracy that the world has ever seen. About S. Y. Quiraishi Shahabuddin Yaqoob Quraishi is an Indian Administrative Services officer, a former Indian Chief Election Commissioner, and a former ecretary in the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. A graduate of Stephen’s College in Delhi, and a Ph.D. holder in Communications and Social marketing, he is the first Muslim to be the CEC of India. He currently teaches as Honorary Professor at Cluster Innovation Centre, University of Delhi.
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