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Elections are festivals of any democracy as they give people a chance to celebrate achievements as well as show their resentments while holding the aspirations for the future. Elections are also a very serious activity as it puts a lot of responsibility on shoulders of winners while allowing time for introspection for the losers. The good thing about democracies is that they give an opportunity to realign the things after some time and all the stakeholders can assess themselves. Punjab got this opportunity a few weeks ago and the results once again demonstrated the power of common voter and what he is capable of doing. A healthy and vibrant system has to show that it is breathing and is capable of taking big decisions. For some time now voter had become a little pessimistic about the candidates being selected by the political parties and the overall state of affairs. A passive approach on behalf of common people is unhealthy for a democracy. Punjab being the most progressive state and with large Diaspora looking back in anticipation needed to spread its wings and show that it can soar into the skies again, and that is precisely what the State has done. The result of each assembly constituency depicted what people can do when taken for a ride for successive elections. As usual traditional big parties used every trick in the book but people were at their best. Even the celebrities brought at last moment were defeated by ordinary opponents. Once again Punjab has shown to the country that it can lead even when it comes to good governance. Can this prove to be a turning point and set new paradigms for the future exercises? is a million dollar question. Till now we have been dependent on psephologists, political experts and television commentators for understanding the political narratives. It is a refreshing change to look at the developments from the eyes of an ordinary voter without any hidden agenda. It is very important to document what has happened in Punjab so that future generations can know about it if it turned out to be a historic mandate. I congratulate the author for his in-depth understanding of our political parties and their journey so far. His vast experience in the corporate world and interaction with numerous people had helped him in honing his analytical skills and it seems the author has put those skills to excellent use in this book.