The American writer and journalist Edgar Snow ( 1905-1972 ), who had been to China and written his book ' Red Star over China ' in 1937, went to China again in 1960 and wrote a book 'Red China 'Today'.
He mentioned there that he found Chinese girls who were poor scullery maids in landlords' houses or prostitutes before the Revolution of 1949 studying in engineering colleges. He wrote that this was real liberation.
We must have our own Revolution, but it must not blindly copy the French, Russian or Chinese models. It must be adapted to the conditions prevailing in India