The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
    The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari (English, Paperback, Robin Sharma)

    The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari  (English, Paperback, Robin Sharma)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Jaico
    • ISBN: 9788179921623, 817992162X
    • Edition: 1st Edition, 2003
    • Pages: 216
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    Robin Sharma through the pages of his book The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari takes us into the core of a spiritual journey that leads us to view our life from a whole new angle.

    Summary Of The Book

    Julian Mantle’s world was always limited to his work, material possession and money. However, his life takes a complete U turn when he is suddenly traumatized with a heart attack. Realization dawns on him and he decides to alter the course of his life. It is then that he decides to give up everything and entail a spiritual journey to the Himalayas in India in search of a more meaningful life.

    From the sages of the Sivana in the Himalayas he garners some newfound knowledge and philosophies, which goes on to change his life forever. When he comes back from his spiritual journey from the Himalayas there is a discernible change in him. He narrates his experience to his fellow colleague John and that is how the entire story and experience of Julian Mantle is related to us.

    The narratives of the spiritual journey that Julian Mantle undertakes take us on a ride to a profound and different perception of life. The book bestows on us the key to living a great, meaningful, healthy and happy life. We are educated on the Seven Virtues of Enlightened learning, which comprises of the need to master the mind, to follow one’s purpose, to live with discipline, to practice Kaizen, to respect time, to embrace the present and to selflessly serve others.

    The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari was an immediate success. It became an International Bestseller with more than three million copies sold worldwide. The book has been translated into a number of foreign languages to reach out to a larger audience.

    About Robin Sharma

    Robin Sharma is an author and lawyer. He has to his credit a number of books; The Leader Who Had No Title, Who Will Cry When You Die: Life Lessons From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, The Saint, The Surfer, And The CEO: A Remarkable Story About Living Your Heart's Desires, Megaliving!, Family Wisdom From The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, and Discover Your Destiny With The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.

    Born in Canada in the year 1965, Robin Sharma is the Founder, Chief Visionary Officer and CEO of a global consultancy firm, Sharma Leadership International Inc. The company’s clients include GE, FedEx, Harvard Business School, Nike, and many Fortune 500 companies.

    He was awarded with the Brand Laureate Brand Personality Award in 2009 and Golden Gavel award in 2011. Robin Sharma did his graduation in law and graduated from Dalhousie University School of Law. He frequents many countries as a speaker. His books have been translated to seventy languages and sold in sixty countries.

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      • 2003
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      • Robin Sharma
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    Statutory warning : Do not overwhelm your life !

    First the facts :

    - It gives you a clear insight into what you should focus on. i.e. not money but your passion and your life. GOOD.
    - It is an extremely popular book and will anyway sell. AGREED.

    Now, My opinion :

    I read this book around 2-3 years back. I was thrilled by the beauty of the "revelations" it suggested. I tried doing what the book suggested. The garden, the lighthouse, the sumo wrestler, the pink wire cable, the stopwatch, the roses and the winding path of diamonds - the seve...

    Shyam Govind

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    6 Nov, 2011

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    This could be the best advice you'll ever receive from one book

    Enormous amount of wisdom is covered here. I finished this thinking that this is one of the best books I've ever read on how to live in this world. I was shocked at the amount of principles covered in this story. I just wasn't expecting what I got from this.

    I read a few reviews where people were criticizing the story. I thought the story was good, with a few weak spots. But the story isn't the main point, it was just the vehicle to deliver the goods.

    I loved this book! This is one that I t...

    Pratik Nandoskar

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    1 Jul, 2011

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    Fable to improve "Standard of Life"

    My expedition to "THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI" by Robin Sharma, more than a reading book is looking inside of the self. I, regret for not reading in past even though brought it long back, in fact left in the middle. It is always better late than never. People in this age are striving hard day and night to improve the “standard of living”, which is subjected with materialistic need and gives short-lived joy. This book acquaints you with the whole-host of the techniques existing form the ages...

    Anurag Sharma

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    17 Oct, 2011

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    Excellent book

    I just finished reading this great book. I felt why I did not read this book 35 years before, many mistakes could have avoided. Robin, thanks a lot for writing this wonderful book, We can be anywhere on planet earth and may be in any profession, this book give defiantly give great guidance to live life better. We can become good fathers, good son, good wife , good citizen and good leader by reading this book. This has impacted my life, I am going to list of things which I am suppose to be doi...

    Niteen Dongre

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    9 Jan, 2013

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    Great book with many useful techniques to improvise

    The book definitely has many useful techniques which can help to improve our lives at every level.

    But we are not living in Himalayas & not everyone is willing to leave the material things for wisdom, so not every technique is practical for an average person.

    The book is surely something that you will cherish if you are willing to improvise.

    Jayesh Singh

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    29 Jul, 2013

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    Not For Me!

    Everything was perfect in my life, and one fine day I decided to read this book. I was reading few pages of it everyday, and after few days I notice that I've lost all the fun in my life, constantly analysing everything a lot more seriously and I had actually become a boring person to myself!

    That's when I decided to stop reading it any further :) But yeah, lot of people say it's good. That's how I got to it in the first place.

    Kashyap M.D

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    12 Apr, 2012

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    The Best of Worst!

    I am reviewing this book even though I have not bought this from Flipkart. I feel it is my moral duty to warn anyone who is thinking of spending money on this crap of a book.

    I don't mind spiritual reads but this is the worst book I have read in my life. Actually, I didn't even complete it, I left it mid-way, I couldn't. It is highly repetitive. The author keeps repeating the same thing in different ways-1. I have a blue pen. 2. I have a pen which is blue.

    The story doesn't even make sense...

    Aditi Ahuja

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    13 Jun, 2014

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    Not good

    Self-help books definitely help you in the short run. But we can't stick to such goals in the long run. Do people of faith follow every religious duty commanded in the book? No. It goes the same. Buy a science book or read literature, history or buy good music instead. This is from my experience of buying spiritual self help books. It's all hogwash and preying on stupidity of the gullible.

    Sheldon John

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    27 Apr, 2017



    If u r a first reader don't buy it bc it is not interesting.

    Flipkart Customer

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    16 Mar, 2017


    Nice book

    nice book and delivered on time... 1 star deducted as received hindi version of the book ( fault of seller )

    ashish nautiyal

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    11 Mar, 2017

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