Arvind Kejriwal, the founder of the common man politics, is true to be called an uncommon man, who came into the active politics not with a big bang but slowly, steadily and firmly not to rule over the people but on their hearts and to teach the real meaning of the democracy. He is not a common man since childhood but taken birth in a common family and lived very commonly but acted so uncommonly to achieve milestone awards like Raman Magsaysay in so early age. The achievement in the Indian politics which is jumbled with a lot of hassles and dangers that the most of us do not dare to tread in it and call it "the last refuge of a scoundrel", "A job of Dirty People" and many more dirty words. But it is Arvind Kejriwal who has disproved these myths joining politics and opening the doors for a common man to enter into it. Donation of his prize money to an NGO, PCRF, a Delhi-based NGO that works for just, transparent, accountable and participatory governance had already shown the glimpse of the goal of Arvind Kejriwal to fight against corruption, not to become a CM. "Parivartan", uses of Right to Information Act in many corruption cases, participation in "Jan Lokpal Bill Andolan with Anna Hazare", are the activities he used to eradicate the corruption earlier. He established the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in 2012 to crush the solid armor of the corrupt politics and the result is on everyone's mouth at the end of 2013. He is the personality who hasn't crossed forty five years of his life but his benchmark activities, rushed the pens of more than fifty years old, from all over the world, to write for him. He is in reality the real hero who realized all the real means to eradicate the corruption, must be a real inspiration for the generations to come.