Rokda: How Baniyas Do Business
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An Interview with Nikhil Inamdar, Author and Columnist
Dispatched in working days. Availability In Stock. Guaranteed service. However, it needs to be read as what it actually is — a biography of India told through five different stories — how five enterprising individuals whether through luck or gumption and always through the never-give-up Baniya spirit managed to thrive in India not because of, but despite a paralytic unfriendly socio-political business environment.
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On reading the book, one gets the sense that is not really something that can be taught. He adapts. It will take a great deal of psychological evolution for other businessmen and perhaps even Multinationals to react in the same manner. Nikhil Inamdar won me over with his charming story about India through the eyes of five Baniyas.
My personal favorites were the Meru Cabs and Emami group stories. Such stories are indeed rare. A page turner.