Nearly 200,000 farmers have committed suicide in India over the last 10 years. But the mainstream media hardly covers this issue. Nero's Guests is a story about India's agrarian crisis and the growing inequality seen through the work of the Rural Affairs editor of a Hindu newspaper. Through sustained coverage of the farm crisis, P. Sainath and his colleagues called on a government in denial to take notice and act. Through his writings and lectures, Sainath makes us confront the India we don't want to see, and provokes us to think about who "Nero's Guests" are in today's world.