Anna Hazare has become an icon in India. On Sunday, he broke a 13-day hunger strike against corruption after reaching a compromise with the Indian government.
This came amid two weeks of massive protests led by Hazare as an anti-corruption movement has swept across the country, dealing the ruling Congress Party a serious blow.
So, is this the beginning of a corruption-free era in India? And has Hazare's movement introduced a new element into the country's politics?
Inside Story, with presenter Sami Zeidan, discusses with guests: Mridula Mukherjee, a historian and director of the Nehru Memorial Museum; Marie Lall, a South Asia specialist at the University of London; and Sanjay Nirupam, a member of the Indian parliament with the Congress Party.