The title of the book ‘Prasang’ signifies its relevance to different issues plaguing the country and the world. It pertains to 42 articles of two genres: principles and problems. The principles or policies in life involve love, morality, religion, modelities of development, timelessness, constant change, marriage, holiness of cow, festivity, dhamma of wealth, role of state and so on. The idea is to enlighten you with my sacred thoughts that I practise. I have advocated the need of matriarchal family and sketched the resurgence of women in different walks of life in comparison to the Vedic period. The patriarchal family should go making way to the matriarchal if we want to get rid of modern complexities. I have depicted the characters of two legendary figures Lord Rama and Lord Krishna in contrast. The motto is to imbibe their specialities in our personality. Then there is secret of success key to which is right expectations in order to avoid frustration. I have put in place the ancient dictum that money should be earned by way of righteousness. Today it is being earned by hook or by crook generating problems in life. I have not sermonized. I’m not a preacher. I have just went into the problems of today’s world that stands still in the wake of Conona pandemic. The problems of the country that was before it and will be after it if Covid-19 is wiped out. The economic crisis and the government’s ways to tackle it has been assessed and the Gandhian mode has been mooted as the panacea to which the government is veering round.