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How Gujaratis Do Business covers Gujaratis across the globe and identifies the common traits of ambition, knack for business and their ability to work hard that makes them successful businessmen. Certified Buyer , Bangalore. It highlights various points that need to be taken care of if someone wants to grow big – vision, desire to grow, honesty, skillset, extreme hardwork, unflinching dedication and optimism towards your goal. His fire power personality combined with a intuitive business acumen and tremendous problem solving skills made for a gripping and exciting read! One of the stories in Dhandha: Good book for all new entrepreneurs. I would highly recommend this book to readers.

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Out of all the stories, I liked the first one the most which talks about how a poor fellow goes to become a diamond king. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

It is a heartwarming tale indeed. Other stories too are inspiring in terms that these people established themselves, being away from home and still attached to home through various initiatives like Jaydev who rebuilt 2 schools in his hometown. Filled with lots of unnecessary details of the particular business, like what the product is and all that thing that goes into the product. Apart from some serious insight, hardwork and will-power ofcourse! The closely knit community of Gujaratis is known dhandha how gujaratis do business their efficient entrepreneurship and business skills around the world.

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I thought this book would have some referrence to strategies that Gujaratis use in their business – Marketing, Financial Management, Prospecting, etc. Feb 26, Vedasri Siddamsetty rated it really liked it. Get Best Price Request a quote.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Just a moment while we sign dhandha how gujaratis do business in to your Goodreads account. One of the best bisiness ever read in very simple language and understanding, salute to Author: This book does not talk about what Gujaratis do to create a successful venture. Call Send a quick message. I agree to the terms and privacy policy. Educational Books in Ahmedabad. One more thing I learned and loved gujarattis Gujarati people is the trust and resp This book is collection of stories which narrate the success stories of Gujaratis.

Dhandha How Gujaratis Do Business

Shobha Bondre Translated By: Apr 27, Sameer Samar rated it it was amazing. Despite being from fairly conservative backgrounds, and their aversion to meat and liquor, some of these profiled individuals have made their mark in alien lands through consistent labor, often dhandhw double shifts to raise enough capital and taken risks no matter what the odds.

Shalaka Walimbe Each page is inspired and full of motivation i have read many books but left in between,but i have no words to describe this BOOK. They are real life stories, well narrated. Of all the stories gujaeatis incidents narrated, I liked best the anecdote of “The Circle of Life” revolving around the life and business of Mohanbhai Patel.

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Though this book is nicely written, the title is deceiving. Apr 19, Dhairya Parekh rated it liked it. One of the stories in Dhandha: The book also includes an account of dhandha how gujaratis do business life of Dalpatbhai Patel, a hotelier who subsequently became the mayor of Mansfield County. This one’s solid, feel-good, inspiring non-fiction for the masses. Amazing book on Gujratis and their style of doing business. Refresh and try again.

Dec 07, Binit Agrawal rated it it was amazing. First the book is not to the point. I was always intrigued by the fact that ‘Why Gujarati’s are successful in business than others?

It is truly an inspiring book,if i have to summarize the whole book in terms of meaningful take away – 1.