Rokda

Rokda  (English, Paperback, Inamdar Nikhil)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Random House, India
    • Genre: Business & Economics
    • ISBN: 9788184005899, 818400589X
    • Pages: 256
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    In Rokda: How Baniyas Do Business, financial journalist Nikhil Inamdar reveals the secrets behind the success stories of the Baniya community in India.

    Summary of the Book

    The Baniya community has always dominated the vast sectors of the economy from steel and mining to telecom and more recently, e-tail. The book features the success stories of a few revolutionary and enterprising men from this community who made it big - Radheshyam Agarwal and Radheshyam Goenka, founders of Emami, Rohit Bansal, co-founder of Snapdeal, Neeraj Gupta, founder of Meru Cabs and V. K. Bansal, the man behind the coaching industry in Kota. Rokda seeks to uncover the indomitable spirit of the Baniya community and reveals what exactly works for them.

    About Nikhil Inamdar

    Nikhil Inamdar is a Mumbai-based financial journalist and author. He was a news presenter with NDTV Profit. He worked for several years as a television correspondent at reputed news channels. He completed his postgraduate degree in broadcast journalism from the United Kingdom. He is currently a consultant columnist at Business Standard Online.

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    • Nikhil Inamdar is a Mumbai based financial journalist. He was a prime time news presenter with NDTV Profit and worked for several years as a television correspondent at other reputed news channels after completing a postgraduate degree in broadcast journalism from the UK. He is currently consultant columnist at Business Standard Online. This is his first book. Nikhil can be reached on email at nikhil385@gmail.com Twitter handle - @nik_inamdar
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    Most pathetic book i have ever read

    I bought this book with the excitement to read about EMAMI brand and its business but the flow of story and the language the writer used also the background which he tries to put prior to the main story is completely ridiculous. Also it sounds like copy of many books of same genre, DHANDA and few.
    It is far far away from it sounds. I am surprised how FLIPKART allowed such low quality book.
    Sorry Nikhil Inamdar ji its waste of money. I wish i could claim the harassment.
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    Shivani%20 Dani

    Certified Buyer, Nagpur

    Nov, 2014

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    Average book

    Nothing spectacular from the book of life of the people . Written in a boring and long way to fill some pages.
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    Pradeep Kumar

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    Jul, 2017

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    Could be way better

    its like a biography, nothing great about it
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    Priyank Shah

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    Jan, 2019

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    Very disappointing. Xerox Copy of "Dhanda".

    Don't judge this book by its cover. It only gives the write-up on a few businessmen written by their PR managers.

    Nothing in it which explains what makes the Banias more successful in business then other communities of India.

    Very disappointed. Total waste of time.
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    Vivek Verma

    Jan, 2015

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