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Rich Dad Poor Dad (Hindi), the famous text on achieving financial independence, puts the manual within reach of the the Hindi speaking readership.
Summary Of The Book
Rich Dad Poor Dad (Hindi) contrasts the attitudes of two people towards wealth and financial security. One was the author’s own father, the poor dad. He was an educated man who believed in the conventional wisdom of a good education, hard work and saving money to live comfortably.
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The author presents the difference in attitudes between the two in Rich Dad Poor Dad (Hindi). He says that a good education does not really assure a secure financial status. Formal education, he says, does not teach much about the practical aspects of acquiring wealth.
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Robert Kiyosaki is an advocate of entrepreneurship and business education to ensure financial’ freedom. His Rich Dad Poor Dad series of books have helped many people reconstruct their views on wealth creation. Kiyosaki graduated from Hilo High School, and was a helicopter pilot in the Vietnam War. He has invested in Mining, Real Estate, and Solar Energy. His books have sold several million copies across the world. He is married to Kim Meyer and they live in Phoenix, Arizona.
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