The main point of elaboration here is that while NRI is a common name referred to people of Indian origin who have been outside India for an extended period of time, NRI is not a monolithic group, especially when one considers the Indian diaspora in different countries like Britain, Europe, Middle East, Canada, or now even in China and Korea. Each of these groups brings the same fundamental cultural connections but deal with different contrasting cultures outside. Thus, there will be slight differences in their NRI lens on India.
This book in no way meets the task of making Indic values and practices the lynchpin of the world but is surely a small step towards that goal by presenting a different take on many pertinent issues. The book is a work in progress and the work is multidimensional that will need contributions from many if not all, people of the entire world.