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|University Books Details|
|Number of Pages||632 Pages|
|Authored By||Gurcharan Das|
Gurcharan Das is an Indian born bestselling novelist, philosopher and thinker, who has experienced both the pre-independence and post-independence eras of Indian history.Among novels, he authored, the bestselling novel, The Difficulty of Being Good: On the Subtle Art of Dharma and A Fine Family: A N...View More
Gurcharan Das is an Indian born bestselling novelist, philosopher and thinker, who has experienced both the pre-independence and post-independence eras of Indian history.Among novels, he authored, the bestselling novel, The Difficulty of Being Good: On the Subtle Art of Dharma and A Fine Family: A Novel. He also wrote a book of essays, The Elephant Paradigm India Wrestles With Change and the anthology, Three English Plays: Sahib/Mira/9 Jakhoo Hill.Gurcharan Das has been widely appreciated for his language, especially in India. His work is versatile in nature, but generally follows a factual yet perhaps subtly opinionated style. Although his books might be weighty with intellectual or philosophical matter, Das graceful language rivets the readers thought to the end.Gurcharan Das was born on October 3, 1943, in Lyallpur, which was earlier a part of India. Subsequent to finishing school in Washington D.C., he attended Harvard University, graduated with honors in philosophy, and then went on to study a management program in Harvard Business School. Das had a flourishing career - he went from being CEO of Procter & Gamble India and Vice President for Procter & Gamble India to being Vice President and Managing Director of P & G Worldwide for strategic planning. He retired in 1995 with a desire to write full-time, and at present resides in Delhi with his wife and children.
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Jun 17, 2014
Not what I wanted
Dec 14, 2013
A closer look inside India
Dec 5, 2013
A beautiful analysis of contemporary India and it's economics.
Jul 16, 2013
india unbound-truly lives justifies its title
Jul 4, 2013
Must read to know scocio-economic development of india
Oct 5, 2012
Changed my view towards Top Business Houses of India...a must for MBA'sI am thankful to Mr. Gurucharan Das for such a lovely composition. Why i call composition because the book was less like a text and more of a music composition. Like the rhythm of any music raises and falls and captures you from every corner, like the tones takes you into your control and you happily surrender yourself to the surrounding created by the music and then when it ends, you feel a different world around you, exactly the same way the book takes us to the 1947 and before. It teaches us the every possible situation that resulted our nation to attain independence....independence from pr… (Expand)
Jun 17, 2014
Not what I wantedThe cover design was changed, edition was different. I had specially selected this blue cover. Adding to the irresponsibility, packaging was worst I had seen in flipkart experience. It was loosely packed in with no sign of flipkart name, as if it was shipped by a local vendor. Flipkart please keep track of how your petty partners could affect your brand image.
Jul 1, 2012
Comprehensive history of India's transition from socialism to a liberal economyThis book provides a reasonable argument to questions in our minds as to why our country is still a developing economy.
Apr 29, 2012
An awesome book.I read this book when I was trying to learn the fundamentals of Indian Economy and boy I must say that I got really lucky. The author has explained Indian economy in such a way that I can bet on this book to be the best book for any beginner and even seasoned economist can also learn a lot from it. So if you wondering what is right or wrong with our economy, just go for this book and be assured that you will not regret even a single second spent on this book. Highly Recommended.
Nov 30, 2011
The title says it allI read this book around 3 years ago. And it remains one of my all time favorites.
Dec 14, 2013
A closer look inside IndiaIndia Unbound is one of the most detailed books that takes you through a journey from the British Raj to present day Political and economic insights,It is a must read if you are interested in the knowing socialistic model and its impact along with how and why bureaucracy and corruption has affected and still affects the national growth. It also enlightens you with the great potential strength India has and how it can be used to make India one of the world economic powers.
Dec 5, 2013
A beautiful analysis of contemporary India and it's economics.This book takes one on a journey from the time of Independence to the present day India. The book is about Indian society and the successive government's economic policies. The book discusses the Nehruvian sociology alongside capitalism. Though all this sounds much to do with hard jargon of economics, yet the book will find great admirers among the simplest (non-economic background) of readers who want to understand what went wrong with India after Independence, a country which has a history of 5000 years and has seen some great teachers like Chanakya. The book is a great learning of our past … (Expand)
Jul 16, 2013
india unbound-truly lives justifies its titlean amazing book, worth a read. You will see unfolding of different insights into the history of India and will gain much knowledge about the economic status of present and past india. For all the folks who see patriotism delved deep inside their heart, its a must read for them
Jul 4, 2013
Must read to know scocio-economic development of indiaAwesome piece of writing... books visualizes the scocio-economic history of independent India... very engaging.. worth reading... This book is the quickest way to understand modern India's economic history.
Jun 4, 2013
Such a delightful book!To give you a head's up, this book is going to make you cringe and feel at times awfully angry at the missed opportunities India's socialist fools let pass by! But, then as a balm you see the writer making a case for why Indians are touted as immensely entrepreneurial. Americans and lots of NRIs, have managed to achieve their 'American Dream' through favorable policies but Indians have kept the hope alive in extremely unsuitable economical climate by clinging on their dreams as if it's their dear life!