Connect the Dots : Rashmi Bansal

Read here about a fellow blogger’s comments.

Rashmi continues in this book about entrepreneurs similar to the one she talks about in the previous book ‘Stay Hungry Stay Foolish’. I’m half way through the book and there are indeed some interesting stories. 

First observations about the book; It costs just Rs 150, hats off the publisher Ekalavya educations foundation for making the book so acessible for the public at large.

The book is written as a series of independent articles of enterpreneurs who’ve made a significant conribution and were pineoors in their field. Few of the interesting stories are of Prem Ganapathy, Saurav Vyas, Gaurav Rathore, Satyajit Singh and Chetan Maini and Mahima Mehra.  One of the most interesting read was about Satyajit Singh founder of Shatki Sudha Industries. He’s single handedly created an entire industry of Makhana in Bihar.

In the world of business biographies, Rashmi Bansal do have a story to tell that is uniquely indian. Certainly a interesting book to read.  And btw, Rashmi’s quirky use of Hindi many turn many a readers off!

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One Response to Connect the Dots : Rashmi Bansal

  1. rohit says:

    Must be an enjoyable read Connect The Dots by Rashmi Bansal. loved the way you wrote it. I find your review very genuine and orignal, this book is going in by “to read” list.

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