You can find it here: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/30/...hankhnaad/Swaraj-ByArvindKejriwal-English.pdf After reading several articles about his book, I finally decided to take a plunge and understand AK through his book. My crisp understanding about his book: 1) He raises important questions and problems. I agree with most of the problems highlighted by him. - Decentralization - Citizen control over everything 2) Where does the book fail? - Belief in the greatness of the super awesome village panchayats - Distrusting each and every corporate action. As if they are the only culprits - Back to Gandhis idea of self sufficient villages. In the beginning of the book, he highlights that villages should decide where they want to spend money on rather than centre and state govt. earmarking expenditure for their various schemes like MNREGA, food security etc. Later he wants to give even tax collection authority to the villages and each village deciding how to spend its own funds. This last point is the crux of his book. But this raises fundamental questions: - Are villages really an idealistic pinnacle that we should strive for? How would it take care of "tragedy of the commons" problem? - Would such a decentralized system build a modern India capable to take on its numerous adversaries? - Do we need a society with well defined (impersonal)rules where things take care of themselves or a system where villages/RWAs need to meet every week and vote on every trivial or big issue? - Should we replace our one constitution with thousands of constitutions specific to each community? - India definitely needs rapid industrialization to bring people out of poverty. How would he get rid of the super slow decision making process in such a fragmented polity? All in all, AK is completely against the present constitutional system of the country. The book provides a glimpse into his thought process that he uses to come to the conclusions. In the end it boils down to whether you buy his idea of modern India or not.