characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar

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characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar µ ❮Reading❯ ➸ Rokda Author Nikhil Inamdar – Berkingmad.co.uk Baniya—a derivative of the Sanskrit word Vanij is a term synonymous with India’s trader class Over the decades these capitalists spread their footprint across vast sectors of the economy from stee Baniya—a deriReading Rokda Author Nikhil Inamdar Berkingmad.co.uk Baniya—a derivative of the Sanskrit word Vanij is a term synonymous with India’s trader class Over the decades these capitalists spread their footprint across vast sectors of the economy from stee Baniya—a derivative of the Sanskrit word Vanij is a term synonymous with India’s trader class Over the decades.

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These capitalists spread their footprint across vast sectors of the economy from steel and mining to telecom and retail And now even e tail Nikhil Inamdar’s Rokda features the stories of a few pioneering men from this mercantile community—Radheshyam Agarwal and Radheshyam Goenka founders of the cosmetic major Emami; Rohit Bansal co founder of Snapdeal; Neeraj Gupta founder of Meru Cabs; and V.

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Rokda by Nikhil InamdK Bansal a humble mathematics tutor whose genius spawned a massive coaching industry in Kota—amongst others Through the triumphs and tribulations of these men in the epoch marking India’s entire post independence struggle with entrepreneurship—from the License Raj to the opening up of the floodgates in and the dawn of the digital era—Rokda seeks to uncover the indomitable spirit of the Baniy.

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  • Aoi

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdPoorly researched there are extremely few instances of insider news behind all the success stories Maybe it is an irony to be reading the book in a time when Meru is doing poorly and Snapdeal is on the verge of a takeover


  • Abhishek

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdThis is a story of 5 bania entrepreneurs and their journeys to riches It is very poorly researched and leaves an insatiated appetite It is an agglomeration of interviews and there too only few characters around the central ones have been


  • Riddhi Kishnadwala

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdThis is a very easy to read book with some really inspiring stories of building businesses from scratch ingenuity perseverance doggedness with some relevant management lessons at its core Even though the stories of Meru and Snapdeal seem a bit outdated with both the companies doing not so well currently the high handedness of its founders having come to the fore It is a fun and enjoyable read without too many business jargons or technicalities This book would definitely go on my second time reading list


  • Tathagat Varma

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdI come from a family with three generations of rich heritage and modest achievements in education I belong to a community that traditionally excels in anything to do with pen and paper ie writing teaching accounting etc We hardly ever find anyone successful in our community with #business or #entrepreneurship So it has always been a big source of learning and inspiration to learn about traditional trading communities that are so successful in


  • Akshata Tare

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdThere are typical characters of the baniya way of life and anyone who has grown up in India will know these by virtue of just being observant The book repeats those ideals with no additional insights as to how each of those characteristics molded the growth of the company It was informative to know about the growth story of certain beloved Indian brands but it could have been condensed to length of a magazine article at most I picked it at an airport and left it there when I was done So meh


  • Arjun

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdThe book entails us into stories of some of the most successful businessmen of the country a pure business oriented taletelling however the book is shallow when it comes to storytelling as against its breadthBook is not a long read however provides a good glimpse of hardships mindsets of the protagonistsPersonally i felt the depth was an issue but that gets compensated when you read about awe inspiring tales


  • Prashant

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdChosen impressive charactersGood one well written need little simpler English chose impressive characterLogic will in regular lifeThanks write such fantastic book


  • Aditi Khanna

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdI throughly enjoyed reading this book Very motivating and teaches a lot


  • Priyanka Batra Harjai

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdBaniya is a caste belonging to Hindu religion Though the author has provided a fair description about the caste in his book but I would like to mention here that this community is very well identified by the masses as the ‘wealthiest’ of all I understand and agree that caste system is now the subject of past then what made the author and publisher choose such a theme to discuss a few cases of entrepreneurship Well the answer is it is in their blood and this is what he elaborates spanning pagesThe choices made by


  • Brijesh Kartha

    characters ✓ Rokda by Nikhil Inamdar Rokda by Nikhil InamdFor me this book was just a collection of businessmen who managed to start a good business Very interesting in itself but not clear with the baniya angle Other than the fact that in some cases there was of a risk taking and work for yourself attitude within the larger community I find that these cases are all about individuals doing good Decent book worth a read