Authored by NK Ganapaiah, Real Land Reforms talks about the need to produce new wealth for India’s prosperity by expanding agriculture. He proposes the modernization of agriculture, animal husbandry, horticulture, fisheries, forestry, piggery, and poultry to solve national poverty and unemployment. He highlights land burden, fragmentation of holdings, unsound policies on the same, and underutilization of wastelands as grave issues affecting India’s agricultural production. He indicates the government’s unfair treatment of progressive farmers because of the land policies affecting their incomes. Furthermore, he describes how the farmer’s plight heightens because of failed monsoons and a lack of government facilities like those provided to workers in factories and offices. Ganapaiah concludes by highlighting the impracticality of ceiling limits on urban properties and providing practical recommendations for implementing land reforms.